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Hydrogen plasma-enhanced thermal donor formation in n-type oxygen-doped high-resistivity float-zone silicon.

(2002) APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 81(10). p.1842-1844
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SIMOEN, E, C CLAEYS, R JOB, et al. “Hydrogen Plasma-enhanced Thermal Donor Formation in N-type Oxygen-doped High-resistivity Float-zone Silicon.” APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 81.10 (2002): 1842–1844. Print.
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SIMOEN, E., CLAEYS, C., JOB, R., ULYASHIN, A., FAHRNER, W., De Gryse, O., & Clauws, P. (2002). Hydrogen plasma-enhanced thermal donor formation in n-type oxygen-doped high-resistivity float-zone silicon. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 81(10), 1842–1844.
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SIMOEN, E, C CLAEYS, R JOB, AG ULYASHIN, WR FAHRNER, Olivier De Gryse, and Paul Clauws. 2002. “Hydrogen Plasma-enhanced Thermal Donor Formation in N-type Oxygen-doped High-resistivity Float-zone Silicon.” Applied Physics Letters 81 (10): 1842–1844.
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SIMOEN, E, C CLAEYS, R JOB, AG ULYASHIN, WR FAHRNER, Olivier De Gryse, and Paul Clauws. 2002. “Hydrogen Plasma-enhanced Thermal Donor Formation in N-type Oxygen-doped High-resistivity Float-zone Silicon.” Applied Physics Letters 81 (10): 1842–1844.
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SIMOEN E, CLAEYS C, JOB R, ULYASHIN A, FAHRNER W, De Gryse O, et al. Hydrogen plasma-enhanced thermal donor formation in n-type oxygen-doped high-resistivity float-zone silicon. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 2002;81(10):1842–4.
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E. SIMOEN et al., “Hydrogen plasma-enhanced thermal donor formation in n-type oxygen-doped high-resistivity float-zone silicon.,” APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, vol. 81, no. 10, pp. 1842–1844, 2002.
@article{162182,
  author       = {SIMOEN, E and CLAEYS, C and JOB, R and ULYASHIN, AG and FAHRNER, WR and De Gryse, Olivier and Clauws, Paul},
  issn         = {0003-6951},
  journal      = {APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {1842--1844},
  title        = {Hydrogen plasma-enhanced thermal donor formation in n-type oxygen-doped high-resistivity float-zone silicon.},
  volume       = {81},
  year         = {2002},
}

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