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A simulator for local anodic oxidation of silicon surfaces

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A simulator for local anodic oxidation of silicon surfaces
Models for the local anodic oxidation of silicon using scanning tunneling microscopy and non-contact atomic force microscopy are implemented in a generic process simulator, using the Level Set method. The advantage of the presented implementation is the ease with which further processing steps can be simulated in the same environment. An empirical model for the width of the oxide when using scanning tunneling microscopy is also presented and implemented with the simulator. An oxide dot is simulated for both processes, with a height of 1nm and widths of 5.6nm and 85nm, respectively. The simulator allows for a Gaussian or Lorentzian profile for the final surface deformation.
Lado Filipovic, Hajdin Ceric, Johann Cervenka, Sie
Added 13 Dec 2011
Updated 13 Dec 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where CCECE
Authors Lado Filipovic, Hajdin Ceric, Johann Cervenka, Siegfried Selberherr
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