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Publication Citation: Absolute Silicon Photodiodes for 160 nm to 254 nm Photons

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Author(s): L R. Canfield; Robert E. Vest; R Korde; H Schmidtke; R Desor;
Title: Absolute Silicon Photodiodes for 160 nm to 254 nm Photons
Published: January 01, 1998
Abstract: Silicon n-on-p photodiodes with 100% internal efficiency have been studied in the 160 nm to 254 nm range. Preliminary values for the quantum yield of silicon, a fundamantal property, are determined. Using these values, a trap detector for absolute flux measurement in this region, is presented. The stability under intense 193 nm irradiation, a property of importance in lithography, has been measured, and the diodes tested were found to be several orders of magnitude more stable than p-on-n diodes tested by other investigators at this wavelength. Spatial on-uniformities of the n-on-p diodes were found to be less than one percent at 254 nm and 161 nm wavelengths.
Citation: Metrologia
Volume: 35
Keywords: photodiode,quantum yield,radiometry,silicon,trapdetector,ultraviolet
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