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42 JAMES. SOME ADVANCES IN SEMICONDUCTORS In recent times attention has been paid to the problem of surface defects which often appear on epitaxial silicon. Open and closed triangular defects made up of shallow grooves are seen and small pyramidal outgrowths are sometimes observed. Booker and Stickler12 have studied the triangular defects very thoroughly and have explained them in terms of stacking faults occuring at the substrate-epitaxial layer interface. The pyramidal outgrowths have been shown to be due to silicon carbide.
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