The donor nature of muonium in undoped, heavily n-type and p-type InAs


King P. D. C. , Veal T. D. , McConville C. F. , King P. J. C. , Cox S. F. J. , Celebi Y. G. , ...Daha Fazla

Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, cilt.21, 2009 (SCI Expanded İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

Özet

The charge state of muonium has been investigated in p-type doped, nominally undoped (low n-type) and heavily n-type doped InAs. The donor Mu(+) state is shown to be the dominant defect in all cases. Consequently, muonium does not simply counteract the prevailing conductivity in this material. This is consistent with the charge neutrality level lying above the conduction band minimum in InAs.