In this work, we propose a method to quantify the density of interfacial states at the oxide/semiconductor interface using only Hall concentration and low frequency capacitance-voltage data. We discuss the advantages of the proposed method over commonly used admittance techniques in characterizing highly disordered interfaces between the high-k dielectric and high mobility substrates. This gated Hall method is employed to characterize high-k/IIIV interface quality in metal-oxide semiconductor high electron mobility transistor structures with high mobility InGaAs channels.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)