RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY OF STRUCTURAL DEFECTS RELATED WITH SILVER ATOMS IN SILICON

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RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY OF STRUCTURAL DEFECTS RELATED WITH SILVER ATOMS IN SILICON

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Utamuradova Sharifa Bekmuradovna, Naurzalieva Elmira Mahambetyarovna

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. Vibrational and structural properties of silicon doped with silver atoms were investigated using Raman spectroscopy. It has been established that the introduction of silver atoms in silicon increases the interatomic distance in the crystal lattice, which, in turn, shifts the positions of the vibration peak to lower ones.

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Raman Spectroscopy
silver
interstitial and substitutional defects.

Authors

Utamuradova Sharifa Bekmuradovna, Naurzalieva Elmira Mahambetyarovna

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