Published: 01 January 1983
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The effect of multiple reflections when analyzing the infrared spectra for oxygen measurements in silicon wafers is important. It may cause errors up to 20% when ignored. The procedure and calculations to derive oxygen concentration from the spectra by taking into account this effect is described in detail. The effect of back-surface finish on the measurements is also discussed.
Oxygen concentration in silicon, silicon wafers, multiple reflection, infrared spectra, absorption coefficient, back-surface finish
Wacker Siltronic Corporation, Portland, Ore.