Electrical Properties and Annealing Behavior of Nitrogen Doped 6H-SiC Crystals Irradiated by Heavy Neutron
Nitrogen doped 6H-SiC single crystals were irradiated by whole spectral neutrons with a fluence of 1.67 × 1020 n/cm2 at 60–80 . The specimens were isochronally annealed from room temperature to 1 600 . The influences of irradiation and annealing on the electrical properties of the sample were investigated. The massive defects and damages in the sample are induced by the irradiation, resulting in the enormous increase of the resistivity and the decreases of dielectric constant and dielectric loss. The results show that there are two characteristic temperatures in the evolution process of defects and electric properties on the annealing, i.e., 1 000 and 1 400 , respectively. At the annealing temperature of < 1 000 , the resistivity of irradiated sample slightly increases, while the dielectric constant and the dielectric loss decrease with the increase of annealing temperature. At the annealing temperature of > 1 000 , the resistivity decreases. The resistivity decreases, but the dielectric constant and the dielectric loss increase at the annealing temperature of > 1 400 . These phenomena could be explained through an irradiation damage model based on that the interstitial atoms and vacancies are dominating defects in the irradiated crystal. Also, the dielectric constant of nitrogen doped 6H-SiC is 3.5 × 104. This peculiar property is mainly formed due to the electronic long range migration polarization.
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Publication date: 01 June 2013
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