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Carrier Recombination and Trapping in Heteroepitaxial Si/Spinel
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7.The decay does vary somewhat with ionization depth, suggesting some depth dependence in the defect characteristics.
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8.see Ref. 20 therein.
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10.The minority‐carrier diffusion length may be at least comparable to the film thickness if the measured lifetimes are surface or interface dominated.
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