Interaction of Pb defects at the (111)Si/SiO2 interface with molecular hydrogen: Simultaneous action of passivation and dissociation

@inproceedings{Stesmans2000InteractionOP,
  title={Interaction of Pb defects at the (111)Si/SiO2 interface with molecular hydrogen: Simultaneous action of passivation and dissociation},
  author={A. Stesmans},
  year={2000}
}
The simultaneous action of passivation and dissociation during thermochemical interaction of trivalent interfacial Si traps (Pb’s;Si3≡Si⋅) with molecular hydrogen has been analyzed. A unified description is attained through solution of the simultaneous set of the first-order rate equations describing passivation and dissociation, under the restriction that the H2 concentrations at the interface and in the ambient are continuously equal. The analysis is given allowance by the recently attained… CONTINUE READING

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