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DEVIATIONS FROM PARABOLIC GROWTH IN THE THERMAL OXIDATION OF SILICON
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3.This is true only if the Engel‐Hauffe mechanism can be neglected [see e.g., O. Kubaschewski and B. E. Hopkins, Oxidation of Metals and Alloys, (Butterworths, London, 1962), p. 254].
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5.While this manuscript was being prepared, B. E. Deal and A. S. Grove, as well as W. Pliskin expressed similar ideas at the Silicon Interface Specialists Conference in Las Vegas, Nov. 15, 1965.
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