TitleBarry patent notebook (#415)
AuthorBarry, Michael L.
Biographical NotesMichael (Mike) L. Barry served as a Member of Technical Staff in the Material and Processes Department of the R & D Lab from circa 1965 to circa 1987. A 1968 organization chart shows him in the Silicon Processes section reporting to W. Shepherd. His major research activity over this period was related to the chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of oxide to produce a material commonly known as Vapox and the specific applications of phosphovapox. During his Fairchild career Barry was named as inventor on at least one U.S. Patent, and published a minimum of 10 internal R&D Technical Reports (TR) and 5 technical papers in professional journals.
ExtentApproximately 47 dated entries over 152 pages.
Dimensions12 x 10 inches
DescriptionThe first entry in this volume discloses a pressure transducer with an FET built into the silicon diaphragm. This entry is out of context with the remainder of the volume that records the results of failure analysis and experiments on the processing and applications of Vapox, chemical vapor deposited silicon oxide, and its behavior in the presence of aluminum. Numerous Polaroid microphotographs of silicon surfaces, hand-plotted graphs and Engineering Data sheets of measured electrical characteristic are pasted onto the pages. Other projects include the use of Vapox as an insulator for the multi-chip hybrid (SAM) memory plane (p. 115) and diffusion services for SCR development by W. Kauffman (p. 124).
This is one of 6 notebooks issued to the author: the others are Barry (808), (1083), (80-2276), and (85-3122).
PatentsThe author is named as inventor on 2 U.S. patents assigned to Fairchild:
U.S. patent 3736193, “Single crystal-polycrystalline process for electrical isolation.” Filed 1969-06-29. Issued 1973-05-29.
U.S. patent 4762728, “Low temperature plasma nitridation process.” Filed 1985-11-26. Issued 1988-08-09.
Collection TitleFairchild Semiconductor notebooks and technical papers
PublicationsThe author contributed to the following R&D Technical Reports (TR) and conference papers during his service at Fairchild:
TR292 Deposition and properties of Vapox (1967-03-03).
TR354 Advances in doped oxides as diffusion sources (1968-08-13).
TR367 Properties of phosphovapox part I: deposition and structural properties (1968-11-11).
TR377 Doped oxides as diffusion sources I: boron into silicon (1968-15-05).
TR436 A continuous process for the deposition of silicon oxide from the oxidation of silane (1969-11-04).
TR461 Doped oxides as diffusion sources II: phosphorus into silicon (1970-05-20).
TR469 Diffusion from doped oxides (1970-05-01).
TR511 Processing effects on Qss of poly-silicon/thermal/oxide/silicon structures (1971-05-10).
TR528 The combination of silicon nitride .and aluminum anodization for semiconductor device passivation (1971-09-16).
TR541 Studies of electrochemical voiding of thin-film nichrome resistors (1972-10-04).
*Barry, M.L., A continuous process for the deposition of silicon oxide from the oxidation of silane. The Electrochemical Society, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Second International Conference, vol. 2 (1970): 595-560.
*Barry, M.L., Diffusion from doped-oxide sources: silicon device processing. N.B.S. Special Publication 337m. (1970): 175.
*Barry, M.L., Doped oxides as diffusion sources II: phosphorus into silicon. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 117, iss. 11 (1970): 1405-1410.
* Barry, M.L. and Manoliu, J., Further Verification of a Model for Diffusion from Doped Oxides. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 117, iss. 2 (1970): 258-259.
*Barry, M. L. and Olofsen, P., Advances in doped oxides as diffusion sources. Solid State Technology, vol. 2, no. 10 (1968): 39-42.
*Barry, M. L. and Olofsen, P., Doped oxides as diffusion sources I: boron into silicon. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 116, iss. 6 (1969): 854-860.
* This paper is included in a three volume bound set of “Fairchild Research Published Technical Papers” assembled by Bruce Deal in 1988 (copy in the CHM Fairchild collection).