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Sunday, March 6, 2016

#338 Effect of hydrogen on silicon's electrical conductivity

Questions regarding interactions between alien elements (other than purposly introduced dopants) and electronic properties of semiconductors continue to be relevant. So, it addition to what was already said in this blog two years ago (see post #281), here is a reference that considers a mechanism according to which hydrogen penetrating silicon  may alter its electrical conductivity.

Posted by Jerzy Ruzyllo at 07:29 PM | Semiconductors | Link



Semi1source.com/blog is the personal blog of Jerzy Ruzyllo. With over 35 years of experience in academic research and teaching in the area of semiconductor engineering (currently holding position of a Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State University), he has a unique perspective on the developments in this progress driving technical domain and enjoys blogging about it.



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