- 1. Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 46, 227 (1985) , “Defect Identification in Silicon Using Electron Nuclear Double Redonance”, C. A. J. Ammerlaan, M. Sprenger, R. van Kemp, D. A. van Wezep.The application of electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) for identification and characterization of point defects in silicon is reviewed. Taking the vacancy and the boron-vacancy complex as examples it is discussed how ENDOR can provide information on the atomic and electronic structure of paramagnetic centers.
- 2. Phys. Rev. B 9, 4351-4361 (1974) , “EPR study of defects in neutron-irradiated silicon: Quenched-in alignment under <110>-uniaxial stress”, Young-Hoon Lee and James W. CorbettThe stress effect in an EPR study is first treated rigorously in terms of the piezospectroscopic tensor, taking account of the local symmetry of a defect. It is found that the degree of alignment (n⊥/n∥) provides incisive information on the structure of a defect; in... (Read more)
- 3. Phys. Rev. 174, 881 (1968) , “Defects in Irradiated Silicon: Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and Electron-Nuclear Double Resonance of the Arsenic- and Antimony-Vacancy Pairs”, Edward L. Elkin and G. D. WatkinsTwo EPR spectra are observed in irradiated silicon (designated Si-G23 and Si-G24) which are identified with the neutral charge states of a lattice vacancy adjacent to a substitutional arsenic or antimony atom, respectively. EPR and ENDOR studies reveal a high degree of similarity between these... (Read more)
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