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Опубликовано 2009-00-00 Опубликовано на SciPeople2009-09-04 11:44:55 ЖурналPhys. Status Solidi B

Spin-Coupling and Hyperfine Interaction of the Nitrogen Donors in 6H-SiC
D.V. Savchenko, E.N. Kalabukhova, V.S. Kiselev, J. Hoentsch, A. Pöppl / Дария Савченко
Аннотация The X-, Q-band field-sweep electron spin echo (FS ESE) study of n-type 6H SiC wafers shows besides the well known hyperfine (hf) triplet lines of 14N on two quasi-cubic (Nc1, Nc2) and hex-agonal (Nh) sites additional triplet lines (Nx) of comparatively low intensity with a g-tensor of about the average value of the Nc2 and Nh spectrum at 4.2 K. The Nx triplet has half of the hf splitting with respect to the nitrogen residing at cubic sites Nc2. Pulsed electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) measure-ments performed on the Nx EPR triplet line demonstrate that there is an efficient spin-coupling between Nh and Nx nitrogen re-lated centers. The Nx triplet lines were attributed to distant donor Nc–Nh pairs between nitrogen atoms residing at quasi-cubic and hexagonal sites having a total electron spin S = 1, which were found before in n-type 4H SiC. Based on Q-band FS ESE and X-band pulsed ENDOR measurements the values of the hf interac-tion for Nc1, Nc2 were reassigned with respect to the assignment accepted hitherto. The super hyperfine (shf) interaction with neighboring atoms of nitrogen on the quasi-cubic lattice sites was studied by FS ESE and pulsed ENDOR. The new shf lines due to 29Si and 13C atoms with large shf interaction which were not observed previously were found in nitrogen FS ESE and ENDOR spectra. One of them, with the largest shf splitting (23.12 MHz), were attributed to the 29Si atoms along the c-axis in nearest-neighbor positions of nitrogen on the quasi-cubic sites which unambiguously confirms that nitrogen substitute carbon lattice site in 6H SiC.
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