Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Low and High Dielectric Constant Materials: Materials Science, Processing, and Reliability Issues
Hazara S. Rathore
The Electrochemical Society, 1997 - Science - 262 pages
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Page 237 - Corrosion defects observed during this characterization had a random and systematic distribution. Random defects were suspected to be due to local areas of higher copper concentration within the metal alloy or higher Cl-bearing...
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Page 210 - ... stress relief through slightly more nitrogen incorporation. Both N2O and NO oxynitrides have shown excellent interface endurance under electrical stress compared to control oxide (Fig. 3). NO-based oxynitrides have the lowest interface state generation due to the high level of nitrogen at the SiO2-Si interface which reduces interfacial strain through the replacement of strained Si-O bonds by Si-N bonds and it also replaces weak Si-H bonds by strong Si-N bonds making bond-breaking under electrical...