Novel semiconductor substrate for high-speed integrated circuit manufacture

Novel semiconductor substrate for high-speed integrated circuit manufacture

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High-resistivity layers formed beneath silicon surface layers by using proton implantation and annealing are described. Three-step annealing is suggested to form a buried layer of higher resistivity. Experiments show that the quality of the top layers has been improved, with an increase in surface mobility.


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