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EFFECT OF TRANSISTOR DESIGN PARAMETERS ON RADIATION RESPONSE (SURFACE EFFECTS).
Quarterly rept. no. 3, 15 Jun-15 Sep 65,
HUGHES AIRCRAFT CO NEWPORT BEACH CA MICROELECTRONICS LAB
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Concluding experimental irradiation data were taken on four groups of Silicon bars, each containing five samples ranging in thickness between .003 in. and .012 in. The four groups duplicated surface conditions of mechanical polish, etch, sandblast, and oxide processed into the transistor lots tested in the first two quarters. After irradiation, the effective lifetime of each bar was determined. Surface recombination velocity for each surface treatment was then calculated by plotting 1effective minority carrier lifetime as a function of 1c-sq. where c is the bar thickness. The development of the equations for induced photocurrent for the planar configuration was expanded. Author
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