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These data extended previous measurements by 2 orders of magnitude at low temperatures. Haller: Semiconductor Science and Technology, 2006, 21, 758-62 [170] Ge: Sn Diffusion The diffusion of Sn in intrinsic Ge was studied, at 555 to 930C, by means of secondary ion mass spectrometry. The Sn was in-diffused, under vacuum, from the gas phase or from thin films. In both cases, the pure metal was used as a source of Sn. 26(eV)/kT] It was concluded that Sn in Ge diffused via a mono-vacancy mechanism.

It was concluded that only one undetermined, but simple, diffusion mechanism operated under the conditions used. Willoughby: Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 1981, 128[10], 2224-8 [100] GaAs: Ga Diffusion The diffusion of implanted Zn was studied, at 625 to 850C, by means of secondary ion mass spectrometry. A substitutional-interstitial diffusion mechanism was suggested to explain how deviations of the local Ga interstitial concentration from its equilibrium value regulated Zn diffusion.

Shaw: Physica Status Solidi A, 1984, 86[2], 629-35 [126] GaAs: Sn Diffusion The diffusive behavior of Sn was studied at 800 to 1000C. Kudo: Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 1975, 14[5], 717-8 [127] GaAs: Te Diffusion The diffusive behavior of Te was studied at 1000 to 1150C. Khludkov: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR – Neorganicheskie Materialy, 1974, 10[2], 228-30 [128] GaAs: V Diffusion The diffusion of V was studied in V-doped GaAs layers grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition using secondary ion mass spectroscopy.

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