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The rapid condensation processes also allow for a variety of metal-atom substitutions within the amorphous matrix, including but not limited to Al, Ca, Ce, and La. HafSOx thin lms and several atomically mixed compositions at thicknesses of 150 250 nm were studied as dielectrics in metal insulator metal (MIM) capacitor structures. Such MIM structures were constructed by depositing the insulator on Ta metal, (cf., Fig. 4.4) and by adding an array of Al contacts of 1.2 mm diameter via thermal evaporation. At a frequency of 1 kHz, dielectric permittivities of 9 12, and loss tangents <1% have been established for all variations, exhibiting little dependence on composition. Breakdown elds of 4 6 MV cm 1 have been demonstrated with leakage currents < 10 nA cm 2 at 1 MV cm 1. Selected materials have been evaluated as gate dielectrics within TFT structures, where the other component lms of the TFTs have been deposited by conventional vapor methods. For this application, the dielectric must provide effective modulation of current in the adjacent semiconductor layer; any signi cant mobile charge in the dielectric will hamper operation. In the example provided here, La atoms were included in the matrix (HafSOx:La) in an attempt to nominally raise solution pH without premature particle agglomeration, thereby lowering levels of residual chloride and minimizing mobile charge in the dielectric. Operational characteristics of a resulting TFT are illustrated in Fig. 4.5a. These results represent the rst successful incorporation of a solution-deposited oxide gate dielectric in a functioning inorganic TFT. The device behaves in a qualitatively ideal manner. Current levels are effectively modulated with applied gate voltage; and at each gate voltage, drain current increases predictably until saturation. More importantly, gate leakage currents are so low that a large on/off ratio ( 107) in the transfer curve (Fig. 4.5b) can be attributed to effective switching rather than to undesirable current across the dielectric. Transfer and measured gate leakage (IG) curves, such as those given in Fig. 4.5b, are only occasionally reported in the literature; yet they represent a fundamental contribution to establishing the veracity of a reported TFT function. The ordinate ID, here and in any I V curve for a transistor, simply represents the total drain current, which originates from both the desired charge ow through the semiconductor channel and any unwanted leakage through the dielectric. As a result, a device with a poor dielectric and a high gate leakage current can produce apparent ideal transistor behavior similar to that illustrated in Fig. 4.5a. In such devices, derived parameters such as channel mobility may be erroneously derived. The combined characteristics of HafSOx lms make them effective dielectrics. Smooth interfaces and homogeneous morphology, permittivity of approximately 10, and low leakage currents collectively allow moderate voltage operation, while alleviating energy losses from gate leakage. The preparation temperature of 325 C is relatively low, considering that organic sol-gel precursors usually require heating to 500 C and/or oxygen plasma ashing for conversion to oxides.
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