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Surface transfer doping of diamond by MoO3: A combined spectroscopic and Hall measurement study
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FIG. 1.

Energy band diagram showing the surface transfer doping process in hydrogen-terminated diamond using MoO as a surface acceptor. The energy levels are measured by PES and the detailed procedure used for this process is described elsewhere. 9 In the energy band diagram, IP represents ionization potential, EA represents electron affinity, and WF represents work function.

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FIG. 2.

(a) PES core level spectra of C1 with photon energy of 350 eV. (b) Secondary electron emission cut-off with photon energy of 60 eV for hydrogen-terminated diamond with increasing MoO coverage. The diamond C 1 peak position and work function value (extracted from the cut-off position in (b) as a function of MoO coverage are plotted in (c) and (d), respectively. (e) PES core level spectra of Mo 3 with photon energy of 350 eV. An example of the least square peak fitting for the Mo 3 peaks is shown for 4 Å coverage of MoO.

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FIG. 3.

Fabrication process for Van der Pauw Hall measurement structures: 1. Diamond surface hydrogen-termination, 2. deposition of 80 nm thick Au layer, 3. electrical isolation via Au etch and O plasma, 4. Au etch for VDP ‘active’ region and ohmic contact formation, 5. completed VDP structure, 6. 400 °C anneal, and 7. deposition of 100 nm thick MoO layer.


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Table I.

VDP measurements prior to and post MoO deposition.


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Scitation: Surface transfer doping of diamond by MoO3: A combined spectroscopic and Hall measurement study