Defect-mediated nanostructures and luminescence centres in silicon
Research over the past decade has indicated that ion implantation provides an attractive way of forming nanocrystals in solids that exhibit some exciting new material properties. However, the size and size distribution of these nanoparticles are both very difficult parameters to control, especially when a subsequent thermal anneal is needed to form well-defined precipitates. This usually leads to somewhat uncontrolled growth by the Ostwald ripening effect. In addition, ion implantation is known...[Show more]
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