Selective Photoinduced Condensation Technique for Producing Semiconducting Compounds.
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A process for producing a variety of organic-inorganic luminescent and semiconductive compounds or materials in the form of a film deposited directly on the surface of a substrate by ultraviolet photoinduced condensation from gaseous reactants such as antimony pentafluoride SbF5n and organic or inorganic halogen-containing compounds. The process provides a new class of antimony Sb doped luminescent and semiconductive materials which can be produced on any arbitary size or shape substrate, or even on existing substrates of other semiconductive materials or chips, to form semiconductive devices. The process may be used in photoinducing luminescent panel displays or microelectronic circuits, such as integrated electrical or optical circuits. Author
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