Resonant and non resonant spin dependent photoconductivity is observed in(100) silicon films grown on sapphire by CVD and MBE techniques. The CVD films are either in their as-grown state or have undergone single or double solid phase epitaxial regrowth. For all samples, a resonant decrease in photoconductivity is observed at a field of about 0.34 T for a microwave frequency of about 9.7 GHz and at about 3.3 mT when the frequency is about 92 MHz. For all samples the maximum fractional change in photoconductivity is approximately 10-4 independent of magnetic field strength.
|Materials science forum
|Trans Tech Publications
|17th International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors
|18/07/93 → 23/07/93