'Atomic layer etching in close-to-conventional plasma etch tools'

Read the article in JVST by Andy Goodyear and Dr Mike Cooke, Oxford Instruments

Atomic layer etching using plasma is a cyclical etching process of gas dosing and surface bombardment that removes material layer by layer, and has the potential to remove single atomic layers.

In this newly published article in JVST, the authors consider how a conventional plasma etcher can be modified to perform this style of recipe and give results for silicon etching using a chlorine/argon plasma. The need for precise control of ion bombardment energy and gas dose is highlighted.

Read the full article...


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