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Опубликовано 2010-00-00 Опубликовано на SciPeople2010-01-13 13:05:55 ЖурналSemiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics

Intrinsic defects in nonstoichiometric b-SiC nanoparticles studied by pulsed magnetic resonance methods
D.V. Savchenko, A. Pöppl, E.N. Kalabukhova, E.F. Venger, M.P. Gadzira, G.G. Gnesin / Дария Савченко
Аннотация Nonstoichiometric b-SiC nanoparticles (np-SiC) have been studied by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and pulsed magnetic resonance methods including field swept electron spin echo (FS ESE), pulsed electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) and hyperfine sublevel correlation spectroscopy (HYSCORE). Four ESE signals related to the paramagnetic centers labeled D1, D2, D3, D4 with g = 2.0043, g = 2.0029, g = 2.0031, g = 2.0037 were resolved in FS ESE spectrum due to their different spin relaxation times. As deduced from the study of the superhyperfine structure of the D2 defect by FS ESE, pulse ENDOR and HYSCORE methods the dominant paramagnetic center is a carbon vacancy (VC) localized in b-SiC crystalline phase of the np-SiC. The parameters of the D2 center coincide with those found for the VC in np-SiC obtained by laser pyrolysis method. Three other defects were identified by comparison of their EPR parameters with the microstructure of the np-SiC. The D1 defect was attributed to the VC vacancy located in b-SiC crystalline phase. The D3 defect is identified with the carbon dangling bonds located in the carbon excess phase. The D4 defect was assigned to a threefold-coordinated Si atom bonded with one nitrogen atom, resulting in the formation of the local bonding Si-Si2N configuration in a-Si3N4 phase.
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