Publication: Electrical transport properties in Ge hyperdoped with Te
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In this work we have successfully hyperdoped germanium with tellurium with a concentration peak of 10(21) cm(-3). The resulting hyperdoped layers show good crystallinity and sub-bandgap absorption at room temperature which makes the material a good candidate for a new era of complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor-compatible short-wavelength-infrared photodetectors. We obtained absorption coefficients ci higher than 4.1 x 10(3) cm(-1) at least up to 3 mu m. In this study we report the temperature-dependency electrical properties of the hyperdoped layer measured in van der Pauw configuration. The electrical behaviour of this hyperdoped material can be explained with an electrical bilayer coupling/decoupling model and the values for the isolated hyperdoped layer are a resistivity of 4.25 x 10(-3) Omega.cm with an electron-mobility around -100 cm(2) V-1 s(-1).
© 2022 IOP Publishing Ltd. Authors wish to acknowledge assistance from CAI de Técnicas Físicas (Unidad de Implantación Iónica) and CAI de Técnicas Químicas (Espectroscopía Raman y Correlación) from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid with the Ion Implantations and Raman measurements, respectively. We also acknowledge Servicio de Nanotecnología y Análisis de Superficies del CACTI de la Universidad de Vigo for ToF-SIMS measurements and ICTS-CNM from Madrid for the SEM images. This work was partially supported by the Projects MADRID-PV2 (P2018/EMT-4308) funded by the Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid with the support from FEDER Funds and Projects SCCell (PID2020-116508RB-I00), HyperPHIR (PID2020-117498RB-I00) and SCALED (PID2019-109215RB-C42), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. D Caudevilla would also acknowledge the Grant PRE2018-083798, financed by MICINN and European Social Fund. F Pérez-Zenteno would also like to acknowledge Grant 786327 form Mexican grants program CONACyT.