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Title: SR phase contrast imaging to address the evolution of defects during SiC growth
Authors: Y. Hwu
Mikhail Yu
Tatiana S. Argunova
Gutkin MY
J. H. Je
Evgeniy N
Mokhov
Sergey S. Nagalyuk
Contributors: Tatiana S. Argunova, Mikhail Yu. Gutkin MY, J. H. Je, Evgeniy N. Mokhov, Sergey S. Nagalyuk, Y. Hwu
Date: 2011-04
Issue Date: 2018-07-10T01:25:14Z
Publisher: PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI A-APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE
Abstract: Abstract: Sliced SiC boule grown by physical vapor transport is investigated using synchrotron white beam phase contrast imaging combined with Bragg diffraction. The evolution of defects is revealed. In the early growth stage, foreign polytype inclusions not only induce massive generation of full‐core dislocations and dislocated micropipes but also attract them, forming slit‐type pores at the boundaries of inclusions.

In the intermediate stage, when inclusions stop to grow and become overgrown by the matrix, the pore density significantly reduces, which is attributed to their transformation into new micropipes. In the later stage, the micropipe density decreases, providing evidence for their partial annihilation and healing. Mechanisms for the evolution from inclusions to pores and finally to micropipes during the crystal growth are further discussed.
Relation: 208(4) pp.819-824
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/47278
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