Significant improvements on Ge nMOSFET can be achieved by a novel low temperature supercritical phase fluid treatment with H2O2 cosolvent. Thanks to the reduction of oxygen vacancy and unstable oxidation states, devices with the proposed treatment exhibit a low equivalent oxide thickness of 0.67 nm, 2-order reduction on gate leakage current, 7 times improvement on on-current, very low subthreshold swing of 79 mV/dev, high on/off current ratio, small hysteresis of 43.3 mV, low interface trap density, excellent uniformity and reliability characteristics.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Ieee Electron Device Letters|
|State||Published - May 2021|
- cosolvent effect
- Ge nMOSFET
- oxygen vacancy
- supercritical fluid treatment