TW439151B - Method for forming conductive layer using atomic layer deposition process - Google Patents

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TW439151B
TW439151B TW87106228A TW87106228A TW439151B TW 439151 B TW439151 B TW 439151B TW 87106228 A TW87106228 A TW 87106228A TW 87106228 A TW87106228 A TW 87106228A TW 439151 B TW439151 B TW 439151B
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Yun-Sook Chae
Chang-Soo Park
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Abstract

A method for forming a conductive layer using an atomic layer deposition process. A sacrificial metal atomic layer is formed on a semiconductor substrate by reacting a precursor containing a metal with a reducing gas, and a metal atomic layer where metal atoms dissolved from a metal halide gas is deposited is formed on a semiconductor substrate by reacting the sacrificial metal atomic layer with a metal halide gas. Also, a silicon atomic layer may be additionally formed on the metal atomic layer using a silicon source gas, to thereby alternately stack metal atomic layers and silicon layers.
TW87106228A 1997-12-31 1998-04-23 Method for forming conductive layer using atomic layer deposition process TW439151B (en)

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