Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices

E. F. Bezerra, A. G. Souza Filho, J. Mendes Filho, V. Lemos, V. N. Freire, Yoshifumi Ikoma, F. Watanabe, T. Motooka

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Theoretical calculations are performed on the role of smooth interfaces in the Raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices. The dispersion relations were obtained using a linear chain model with the alloyed interface δ-(3C-SiC)0.5(Si)0.5 described in the virtual crystal approximation. A modified bond-polarizability model was used to calculate the Raman spectra. The main results are the enhancement of the Raman spectra and the appearance of new peaks in between those related to the Si quasi confined and the 3C-SiC-confined modes with increasing number δ of interfacial monolayers (3C-SiC)0.5(Si)0.5. Some of the smooth interface related Raman peaks have intensity comparable with those of an abrupt Si/3C-SiC superlattice.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)H5.38.1-H5.38.4
JournalMaterials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings
Volume640
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2001

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Superlattices
superlattices
Raman scattering
Raman spectra
Monolayers
Crystals
augmentation
approximation
crystals

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Bezerra, E. F., Souza Filho, A. G., Mendes Filho, J., Lemos, V., Freire, V. N., Ikoma, Y., ... Motooka, T. (2001). Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices. Materials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings, 640, H5.38.1-H5.38.4.

Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices. / Bezerra, E. F.; Souza Filho, A. G.; Mendes Filho, J.; Lemos, V.; Freire, V. N.; Ikoma, Yoshifumi; Watanabe, F.; Motooka, T.

In: Materials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings, Vol. 640, 01.01.2001, p. H5.38.1-H5.38.4.

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Bezerra, EF, Souza Filho, AG, Mendes Filho, J, Lemos, V, Freire, VN, Ikoma, Y, Watanabe, F & Motooka, T 2001, 'Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices', Materials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings, vol. 640, pp. H5.38.1-H5.38.4.
Bezerra EF, Souza Filho AG, Mendes Filho J, Lemos V, Freire VN, Ikoma Y et al. Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices. Materials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings. 2001 Jan 1;640:H5.38.1-H5.38.4.
Bezerra, E. F. ; Souza Filho, A. G. ; Mendes Filho, J. ; Lemos, V. ; Freire, V. N. ; Ikoma, Yoshifumi ; Watanabe, F. ; Motooka, T. / Interface effects on the raman spectra of Si/3C-SiC superlattices. In: Materials Research Society Symposium-Proceedings. 2001 ; Vol. 640. pp. H5.38.1-H5.38.4.
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