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Diffusion of atomic silicon in gallium arsenide
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5.The temperature of the rapid thermal annealing furnace is determined with a thermocouple. The absolute temperature of the furnace is controlled to The heating rate is 220 °C/s and the cooling rate is approximately 80 °C/s.
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8.The free‐carrier concentration obtained by integration of the C‐V profile agrees with the value of a Hall measurement of the same epitaxial layer grown side by side on a semi‐insulating GaAs substrate.
9.It is necessary to differentiate between the full width at half‐maximum and the standard deviation of a Gaussian probability distribution. The full width at half‐maximum equals 2.36 times the standard deviation. For a 30‐Å‐wide C‐V profile the intrinsic broadening is determined to be
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