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Title: Theory of the single contact electron beam induced current effect
Authors: Lau, K. T.
Ong, Vincent K. S.
Ma, Jianguo
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2000
Source: Ong, V. K. S., Lau, K. T., & Ma, J. G. (2000). Theory of the single contact electron beam induced current effect. IEEE Transactions nn Electron Devices, 47(4), 897-899.
Series/Report no.: IEEE transactions and electron devices
Abstract: All publications on the single contact electron beam induced current (SC-EBIC) technique so far have been concerned with the application of the technique. This paper seeks to examine the theory behind the technique and supports it with experimental observation. It will be shown that the technique can be used, not only on electron and ion beam machines, but also on any scanning equipment that is capable of generating electron-hole pairs.
ISSN: 0018-9383
DOI: 10.1109/16.831013
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