Effects of ultra-high-pressure annealing on characteristics of vacancies in Mg-implanted GaN studied using a monoenergetic positron beam

Hideki Sakurai
Hideki Sakurai
Tetsuo Narita
Tetsuo Narita
Kacper Sierakowski
Kacper Sierakowski

Scientific reports, pp. 173492020.

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Abstract:

Vacancy-type defects in Mg-implanted GaN were probed by using a monoenergetic positron beam. Mg ions were implanted into GaN to obtain 0.3-μm-deep box profiles with Mg concentrations of 1 × 10 cm. The major defect species in an as-implanted sample was determined to be Ga-vacancy related defects such as a complex between Ga and N vacancies...More

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