It is demonstrated that knowing the location and shape of the metal-like bridge is vital for understanding the mechanism and constructing a physical model of polarity-dependent electrical mass transfer in silicon. A model of a silicon structure with the metal-like bridge is described. Experimental results on the determination of the location and shape of the bridge by the angle-lap method and the model are presented. They imply that the bridge is formed in the bulk and has an almost cylindrical shape. This enables us to formulate fundamental concepts of a qualitative physical model for the phenomenon.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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