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Since these techniques require the electron beam to stay in the area of interest for much longer time to collect a CL spectrum, the degradation of a sample develop chronologically as a gradually decrease in the CL intensity regarding exposure of such sample area to the high energy electron beam. 3. Results and Discussion Intensity and wavelength distribution of CL spectra By analyzing the CL images, we have found that the photon energies at peak wavelength derived from the selected high and low CL intensity area spread within 30, 80 and 40 meV for UV, Blue and Green LEDs, respectively as shown in Fig.
25pn is used. A 300pm wide multi-zone, implanted JTE termination is used to achieve high blocking voltage '. Implantations are simultaneously annealed at 1600°C in argon ambient. Al/Ni/Al and Ti/Ni/Al stacks were deposited and sintered at 1050°C for 2 minutes in argon to form the p- and n-contacts. m thick PECVD SiO2 (re-oxidized at 1100°C) passivation layer is used. Fig. 1 shows the representative best static forward and reverse current voltage (I-V) characteristics of the diodes. 5v @ JF=100A/cm2 suggests a carrier lifetime sufficient to achieve a moderate level of conductivity modulation of the lightly doped drift layer.
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