Metal treatment – Stock – Ferrous
148174, 427 86, G02F 113, H01L 21205
The invention relates to a process for the production of a substrate for an electrically controlled device such as a display screen, said substrate integrating non-linear elements and control elements of the elementary display points. The invention relates to the production of a substrate, in its active part, has non-linear elements associated with each image element and produced from amorphous silicon and, in its peripheral part, polycrystalline silicon controlled elements. Initially the substrate has amorphous silicon layers, the peripheral crystallization being obtained by annealing in a temperature gradient furnace.
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Corbin John K.
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