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  1. In this work, β-Ga 2 O 3 fin field-effect transistors (FinFETs) with metalorganic chemical vapor deposition grown epitaxial Si-doped channel layer on (010) semi-insulating β-Ga 2 O 3 substrates are demonstrated. β-Ga 2 O 3 fin channels with smooth sidewalls are produced by the plasma-free metal-assisted chemical etching (MacEtch) method. A specific on-resistance (R on,sp ) of 6.5 mΩ·cm 2 and a 370 V breakdown voltage are achieved. In addition, these MacEtch-formed FinFETs demonstrate DC transfer characteristics with near zero (9.7 mV) hysteresis. The effect of channel orientation on threshold voltage, subthreshold swing, hysteresis, and breakdown voltages is also characterized. The FinFET with channel perpendicular to the [102] direction is found to exhibit the lowest subthreshold swing and hysteresis.
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  2. High crystalline quality thick β-Ga2O3drift layers are essential for multi-kV vertical power devices. Low-pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPCVD) is suitable for achieving high growth rates. This paper presents a systematic study of the Schottky barrier diodes fabricated on four different Si-doped homoepitaxial β-Ga2O3thin films grown on Sn-doped (010) and (001) β-Ga2O3substrates by LPCVD with a fast growth rate varying from 13 to 21  μm/h. A higher temperature growth results in the highest reported growth rate to date. Room temperature current density–voltage data for different Schottky diodes are presented, and diode characteristics, such as ideality factor, barrier height, specific on-resistance, and breakdown voltage are studied. Temperature dependence (25–250 °C) of the ideality factor, barrier height, and specific on-resistance is also analyzed from the J–V–T characteristics of the fabricated Schottky diodes.

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