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making of contacts on explored plates and crystals

Contacts on the polished crystals superimposed electrochemical sedimentation of gold from zolotohloristovodorodnoj acids, at the plus effects (Vakh, a spectrum) shaped the attrition-resistant contacts gained magnetronnym by a pulverisation of gold.

To manufacturing of structures p-i-n type have applied thermal diffusion of indium. The sequence of technological operations is given in drawing 4.1.

The Detector with protective silikonovym a coat on sides

Drawing 4.1. Sequence of technological operations of making of contacts on plates and crystals. Performances of an initial crystal μe = 1000-1200sm2Ib • with; μh = 100 - 140sm2/in • with; τe = τh = 10^6с; p = ιo9o.w ∙ sm

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A source: SMIRNOV Alexander Aleksandrovich. Electrophysical performances of detecting structures on the basis of CdTe and CdZnTe. The dissertation on competition of a scientific degree of the candidate of physical and mathematical sciences. Tver - 2018. 2018

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