New Analysis Approach to the Characteristics of Excimer Laser Annealed Polycrystalline Si Thin Film by use of the Angle wrapping

엑시며 레이저에 의해 형성된 다결정 실리콘 박막의 Angle wrapping에 의한 깊이에 따른 특성변화

  • Published : 1998.10.01

Abstract

Amorphous silicon films of large area have been crystallized by a line shape excimer laser beam of one dimensional scanning with a gaussian profile in the scanning direction. In order to characterize the crystalline phase transition of thickness variables in excimer laser annealing(ELA), angle wrapping method was used. And also to characterize the residual stresses of crystalline phase transition in the case of angle wrapped-crystalline silicon on corning 7059 glass, polarized raman spectroscopies were measured at various laser energy density and substrate temperature. The residual stress varies from $9.0{\times}10^9$ to $9.9{\times}10^9$, and from $9.9{\times}10^9$ to $1.2{\times}10^10$dyne/${cm}^2$ of the substrate temperature at room temperature and varies from $8.1{\times}10^9$ to $9.0{\times}10^9$, and from $9.0{\times}10^9$ to $9.9{\times}10^9$dyne/${cm}^2$ of the substrate temperature at $400^{\circ}C$ as a function of direction from surface to substrate. According to the direction from the surface in liquid phase to the interface and from the interface to near the substrate in solid phase of recrystallized Si thin film, respectively. Thus, the stress is increased from(Liquid phase to solid phase) with phase transition.

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