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Thermal Stability and C- V Characteristics of Ni- Polycide Gates (니켈 폴리사이드 게이트의 열적안정성과 C-V 특성)

  • Jeong, Yeon-Sil;Bae, Gyu-Sik
    • Korean Journal of Materials Research
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    • v.11 no.9
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    • pp.776-780
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    • 2001
  • $SiO_2$ and polycrystalline Si layers were sequentially grown on (100) Si. NiSi was formed on this substrate from a 20nm Ni layer or a 20nm Ni/5nm Ti bilayer by rapid thermal annealing (RTA) at $300~500^{\circ}C$ to compare thermal stability. In addition, MOS capacitors were fabricated by depositing a 20nm Ni layer on the Poly-Si/$SiO_2$substrate, RTA at $400^{\circ}C$ to form NiSi, $BF_2$ or As implantation and finally drive- in annealing at $500~800^{\circ}C$ to evaluate electrical characteristics. When annealed at $400^{\circ}C$, NiSi made from both a Ni monolayer and a Ni/Ti bilayer showed excellent thermal stability. But NiSi made from a Ni/Ti bilayer was thermally unstable at $500^{\circ}C$. This was attributed to the formation of insignificantly small amount of NiSi due to suppressed Ni diffusion through the Ti layer. PMOS and NMOS capacitors made by using a Ni monolayer and the SADS(silicide as a dopant source) method showed good C-V characteristics, when drive-in annealed at $500^{\circ}C$ for 20sec., and$ 600^{\circ}C$ for 80sec. respectively.

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Electrical Properties of Nickel Polycide Gate (니켈 폴리사이드 게이트의 전기적 특성)

  • 정연실;김시중;김주연;배규식
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers Conference
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    • pp.449-452
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    • 1999
  • NiSi were formed from either Ni monolayer or Ni/Ti bilayer and the SADS method was applied to fabricated PMOSFET with Ni-polycide gate electrodes. PMOSFET made from Ni monolayer showed thermal stability unto 300~40$0^{\circ}C$ for 600sec., and excellent C-V characteristics for long time of drive-in anneal than PMOSFET made from Ni/Ti bilayer. This was attributed to easier decomposition and subsequent Ni diffusion to SiO$_2$ layer, probably due to the presence of Ti unreducing process

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Soild-state reaction in Ti/Ni multilayers

  • ;;;;Y.V.Kudryavtsev;B.Szymanski
    • Proceedings of the Korean Vacuum Society Conference
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    • pp.140-140
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    • 1999
  • Ti/Ni multilayered films (MLF) are ideal for neutron optics particularly in neutron guides and focusing devices. This system also possesses the tendency of amorphization through a solid-state reaction (SSR). This behaviors are closely related to the electronic structures and both magneto-optical (MO) and optical properties of metals depend strongly on their electron energy structures. Mutual inter-diffusion of the Tin and Ni atoms in the MLF caused by a low temperature annealing should decrease the thickness of pure Ni, as well as change the chemical and atomic order in the reactive zone. The application of the MO spectroscopy to the study of SSR in the MLF allows us to obtain an additional information on the changes in the atomic and chemical orders in the interface region. The optical one has no restriction on the magnetic state of the constituent sublayers. Therefore, the changes in magnetic, MO and optical properties of the Ti/Ni MLF due to SSR can be expected. To the best of our knowledge, the MO and optical spectroscopies were not used for this purpose. SSR has been studied in the series of the Ti/Ni MLFs with bilayer periods of 0.65-22.2nm and constant ratio of the Ti to Ni sublayers thickness by using MO and optical spectroscopies as well as an x-ray diffraction. The experimental MO and optical spectra are compared with the computer-simulated spectra, assuming various interface models. The relative changes in the x-ray diffraction spectra and MO properties of the Ti/Ni MLF caused by annealing are bigger for the multilayers with "thick" sublayers, or the SSR with the formation of amorphous alloy takes place mainly in the Ti/Ni multilayers with "thick" sublayers, while in the nominal threshold thickness of the Ni-sublayer for the observation of the equatorial Kerr effect in the as-deposited and annealed Ti/Ni MLFs of about 3.0 and 4.5nm thick is explained by the formation of amorphous alloy during the deposition or the formation of the nonmagnetic alloyed regions between pure components as a result of the SSR. For the case of Ti/Ni MLF the MO approach is more sensitive for the determination of the thickness of the reacted zone, while x-ray diffraction is more useful for structural analyses.structural analyses.

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