The Physics and Chemistry of SiO2 and the Si-SiO2 Interface 2
Proceedings of the Electronics and Dielectrics Science Divisions of the Electrochemical Society's Second Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of the SiO2 and the Si-SiO2 Interface held in St. Louis, Missouri, May 18-21, 1992
Deal, B.E., Helms, C.R. (Eds.)
1993, XVI, 503 p.
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The first international symposium on the subject "The Physics and Chemistry of Si02 and the Si-Si02 Interface," organized in association with the Electrochemical Society, Inc. , was held in Atlanta, Georgia on May 15- 20, 1988. This symposium contained sixty papers and was so successful that the sponsoring divisions decided to schedule it on a regular basis every four years. Thus, the second symposium on "The Physics and Chemistry of Si02 and the Si02 Interface was held May 18-21, 1992 in St. Louis, Missouri, again sponsored by the Electronics and Dielectrics Science and Technology Divisions of The Electrochemical Society. This volume contains manuscripts of most of the fifty nine papers presented at the 1992 symposium, and is divided into eight chapters - approximating the organization of the symposium. Each chapter is preceded with an introduction by the session organizers. It is appropriate to provide a general assessment of the current status and understanding of the physics and chemistry of Si02 and the Si02 interface before proceeding with a brief overview of the individual chapters. Semiconductor devices have continued to scale down in both horizontal and vertical dimensions. This has resulted in thinner gate and field oxides as well as much closer spacing of individual device features. As a result, surface condition, native oxide composition, and cleaning and impurity effects now provide a much more significant contribution to the properties of oxides and their interfaces.
Thermal Oxidation Mechanisms and Modeling: Silicon Oxides and Oxidation; A.M. Stoneham. Novel Oxidation Methods and Characterization: New Approach to Chemically Enhanced Oxidation; R.J. Jaccodine. Deposition and Properties of SiO2: Low Temperature Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Dioxide Films; G.S. Chakravarthy, et al. Chemical Properties of Si Surfaces Related to Oxidation and Oxide Deposition: Pre-Gate Oxide Si Surface Control; M. Morita, T. Ohmi. Chemical, Structural, and Microroughness Effects at the SiSiO2 Interface: Dependence of Surface Microroughness on Types of Silicon Substrates; T. Ohmi, et al. Novel Structures, Processes, and Phenomena: Properties of Simox and Related Systems; S. Cristoloveanu, T. Ouisse. Defects and Hot-Carrier Induced Damage in SiSiO2 Systems: Radiation and Hydrogen Induced Effects in Silicon-Silicon Dioxide Systems. 56 additional articles. Index.