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(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
29.04.2020 Bulletin 2020/18

(21)Application number: 11000917.2

(22)Date of filing:  04.02.2011
(51)International Patent Classification (IPC): 
H01L 29/778(2006.01)
H01L 29/10(2006.01)
H01L 29/423(2006.01)

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Enhancement mode III-nitride transistors with single gate dielectric structure

Verstärkungsmodus-Transistoren aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III mit dielektrischer Struktur mit einem einzigen Gate

Transistors de nitrure III en mode d' enrichissement avec structure simple diélectrique de porte


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(30)Priority: 12.02.2010 US 337929 P
31.01.2011 US 201113017970

(43)Date of publication of application:
24.08.2011 Bulletin 2011/34

(73)Proprietor: Infineon Technologies Americas Corp.
El Segundo, CA 90245 (US)

(72)Inventor:
  • Briere, Michael, A.
    A, Redondo Beach CA 90278 (US)

(74)Representative: JENSEN & SON 
366-368 Old Street
London EC1V 9LT
London EC1V 9LT (GB)


(56)References cited: : 
JP-A- 2011 014 789
US-A1- 2008 135 880
US-A1- 2007 026 587
US-A1- 2008 179 762
  
      
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    Description

    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION


    1. FIELD OF THE INVENTION



    [0001] The present invention relates generally to a class of transistors based on III-nitride materials, and relates more particularly to enhancement mode III-nitride transistors.

    2. BACKGROUND ART



    [0002] Transistors based on III-nitride heterojunction structures typically operate using piezoelectric polarization fields to generate a two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) that allows for high current densities with low resistive losses. The 2DEG is formed at an interface of III-nitride materials and, due to the 2DEG, conventional III-nitride heterojunction transistors typically conduct without the application of a gate potential. Thus, transistors that are formed using III-nitride heterojunction structures tend to be nominally on, or depletion mode transistors.

    [0003] III-nitride heterojunction transistors are desirable for power applications due to relatively high breakdown voltage, high current density, and low on resistance. However, the nominally on nature of conventional III-nitride heterojunction transistors can introduce problems when used in power applications. For example, in power applications it is desirable to avoid conducting current through III-nitride heterojunction transistors before control circuitry is fully powered and operational. Accordingly, it would be desirable to provide III-nitride heterojunction transistors that are nominally off, or enhancement mode transistors to, for example, avoid current conduction problems during start-up and other circuit conditions.

    [0004] US2007/026587 A1 discloses a III-nitride semiconductor device which includes a charge gate insulation body.

    [0005] US 2008/135880A1 discloses a nitride semiconductor heterojunction field effect transistor with normally-off operation.

    [0006] Thus, there is a need in the art for an effective III-nitride transistor configured as an enhancement mode, or nominally off transistor.

    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION



    [0007] An enhancement mode III-nitride transistor with a single gate dielectric structure as set forth in the claims is provided.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



    [0008] 

    Figure 1 shows a cross-sectional view of a III-nitride transistor, according to an embodiment of the invention.

    Figure 2 shows a cross-sectional view of a III-nitride transistor, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention.

    Figure 3 shows a cross-sectional view of a III-nitride transistor, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention.

    Figure 4 shows a cross-sectional view of a III-nitride transistor, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention.


    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION



    [0009] The present invention is directed to enhancement mode III-nitride transistors with a single gate dielectric structure. The following description contains specific information pertaining to the implementation of the present invention. One skilled in the art will recognize that the present invention may be implemented in a manner different from that specifically discussed in the present application. Moreover, some of the specific details of the invention are not discussed in order not to obscure the invention.

    [0010] The drawings in the present application and their accompanying detailed description are directed to merely exemplary embodiments of the invention. To maintain brevity, other embodiments of the present invention are not specifically described in the present application and are not specifically illustrated by the present drawings.

    [0011] Referring to Figure 1, Figure 1 shows a cross-sectional view of transistor 100, according to an embodiment of the invention. In the present embodiment transistor 100 is an enhancement mode III-nitride transistor. Transistor 100 comprises a III-nitride heterojunction high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) and includes substrate 106, transition body 108, III-nitride body 110, III-nitride body 112, current carrying electrodes 116 and 118, and gate structure 120.

    [0012] As shown in Figure 1, III-nitride body 110 can be formed over transition body 108 comprising, for example, AlN, which itself is formed over substrate 106. Transition body 108 can comprise a series of layers including GaN, AlGaN, AlN, and InGaAlN in various orders, and can relieve stress due to mismatch between a hetero-epitaxial layer and substrate 106. Substrate 106 can comprise materials such as silicon carbide, silicon, sapphire and other suitable substrate materials. Substrate 106 can also comprise a bulk III-nitride material (e.g. bulk GaN) that is compatible with III-nitride body 110, in which case transition body 108 can be eliminated.

    [0013] In Figure 1, III-nitride body 110 of transistor 100 comprises III-nitride material, such as GaN and III-nitride body 112 comprises III-nitride material, such as AlGaN. As shown in Figure 1, III-nitride body 110 is disposed over substrate 106 and III-nitride body 112 is disposed on III-nitride body 110 forming a conduction channel at an interface having two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) 114. For example, III-nitride material in III-nitride body 110 can have a different in-plane lattice constant than III-nitride material in III-nitride body 112 such that the conduction channel including 2DEG 114 can form. It should be apparent that other III-nitride materials can be used to form transistor 100, such that, an interface of the III-nitride materials permits formation of the conduction channel having 2DEG 114 for current conduction.

    [0014] During operation of transistor 100, current can be conducted between electrode 116 (which is preferably ohmically coupled to III-nitride body 112), and electrode 118 (which is also preferably ohmically coupled to III-nitride body 112) through the conduction channel having 2DEG 114. In some embodiments transistor 100 comprises a power transistor and electrodes 116 and 118 comprise power electrodes. Gate structure 120 is disposed between electrode 116 and electrode 118 to control current flow in the conduction channel having 2DEG 114. Conventional HEMTs are typically depletion mode transistors wherein, for example, upon start up, current can freely flow between current carrying electrodes through a conduction channel. However, in many applications it is desirable to provide an enhancement mode transistor.

    [0015] In the present embodiment, transistor 100 includes gate structure 120 to cause an interrupted region of the conduction channel having 2DEG 114, whereby transistor 100 is rendered an enhancement mode transistor. As shown in Figure 1, gate structure 120 includes gate electrode 123, which can comprise conductive material, and can be electrically insulated by gate dielectric layer 125 and thus can be capacitively coupled to III-nitride body 112. In transistor 100, gate structure 120 has a single gate dielectric layer 125 thereunder, for example, a silicon oxide layer, or a silicon nitride layer. As shown in Figure 1, gate dielectric layer 125 is on III-nitride body 112 and on gate electrode 123.

    [0016] In the present embodiment, gate structure 120 includes gate dielectric layer 125 to cause the interrupted region of the conduction channel having 2DEG 114. More particularly, a negative charge confined within gate dielectric layer 125 can interfere with 2DEG 114 in the conduction channel to cause the interrupted region. For example, in some embodiments the charge confined within gate dielectric layer 125 can be a negative charge such that electrons forming 2DEG 114 are repelled from the conduction channel to cause the interrupted region of the conduction channel. In other embodiments a positive charge confined within gate dielectric layer 125 can interfere with 2DEG 114 in the conduction channel to cause the interrupted region.

    [0017] The charge confined within gate dielectric layer 125 interferes with 2DEG 114 in the conduction channel to set or program the threshold voltage of transistor 100 by repelling or attracting electrons respectively from or to the conduction channel. For example, in the present embodiment a particular amount of charge is confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to set the threshold voltage of transistor 100, whereby transistor 100 can be rendered an enhancement mode transistor, such that transistor 100 would be a depletion mode transistor without the charge. In other embodiments a particular amount of charge can be confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to set the threshold voltage of an already enhancement mode transistor 100. In yet other embodiments, a particular amount of charge can be confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to set the threshold voltage of an already depletion mode transistor 100 or to provide a depletion mode transistor 100, which would otherwise be an enhancement mode transistor.

    [0018] Thus, as described above, the charge can be confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to cause the interrupted region of the conduction channel. As the present invention is directed toward a transistor, such as a power transistor, the charge is confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to maintain the set threshold voltage throughout operation of transistor 100. Furthermore, the charge is confined within gate dielectric layer 125 to maintain the set threshold voltage over an extended period, for example, over the operational lifetime of transistor 100.

    [0019] In one embodiment, gate dielectric layer 125, having a single dielectric layer in the present embodiment, can be grown with the charge and then heated. Thus, for example, a single dielectric layer of silicon nitride or silicon oxide can be grown with negative charge. Gate dielectric layer 125 can also be formed by implanting dopants, for example, Fluorine, Bromine, Iodine, Chlorine, or the like into the single dielectric layer made of silicon nitride or silicon oxide. For example, Fluoride ions can be implanted into silicon nitride or silicon oxide gate dielectric layer 125. In some embodiments heat can then be applied to allow for damage recovery and charge migration. Thus, the charge is dispersed throughout gate dielectric layer 125.

    [0020] In transistor 100, application of appropriate voltage to gate electrode 123 can restore the interrupted region under gate structure 120. More particularly, in the present embodiment, gate electrode 123 can attract electrons to the conduction channel to restore the interrupted region. Thus, upon application of an appropriate voltage to gate electrode 123, current can be conducted between electrode 116 (which can be ohmically coupled to III-nitride body 112), and electrode 118 (which can also be ohmically coupled to III-nitride body 112) through the conduction channel having 2DEG 114. As such, the present embodiment can achieve a nominally off (or enhancement mode) III-nitride transistor that can be turned on by application of an appropriate voltage to gate electrode 123.

    [0021] Thus, by providing gate dielectric layer 125 as described above, current-voltage characteristics of transistor 100 can be modified to obtain a nominally off device rather than a nominally on device. Accordingly, transistor 100 can operate in enhancement mode, rather than depletion mode, and can permit the use of transistor 100 as a high power switch that need not be compensated during start-up to avoid conducting current while control circuitry is powering up. Furthermore, because transistor 100 can comprise an enhancement mode device, transistor 100 can be used to control power delivery on start-up as well. That is, transistor 100 can be used as a logic power element to control power flow at start-up and during normal operation of a circuit.

    [0022] It should be understood that transistor 100 according to the present invention can be formed over substrate 106 in any known manner (e.g. over transition body 108 formed on substrate 106) as a discrete power transistor, or can be formed with other transistors on a common substrate as a part of an integrated circuit.

    [0023] Referring now to Figure 2, Figure 2 shows a cross-sectional view of transistor 200, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention. Transistor 200 includes substrate 206, transition body 208, III-nitride body 210, III-nitride body 212, and current carrying electrodes 216 and 218, corresponding to substrate 106, transition body 108, III-nitride body 110, III-nitride body 112, and current carrying electrodes 116 and 118 in Figure 1.

    [0024] Transistor 200 also includes gate structure 221 comprising gate dielectric layer 222 on a portion of III-nitride body 212, gate dielectric layer 224 on gate dielectric layer 222, and gate electrode 226 on gate dielectric layer 224. Thus, in contrast to the embodiment described above which had only a single gate dielectric layer (gate dielectric layer 125), transistor 200 includes two gate dielectric layers. Field and/or passivation layer 227 can be provided as shown. According to one example gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224 can be selected to create a charge trap therebetween. Thus, as opposed to being confined within at least one of gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224, in some examples the charge can be trapped at an interface between gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224.

    [0025] In some examples gate dielectric layer 222 can be silicon nitride and gate dielectric layer 224 can be silicon oxide. In other examples, gate dielectric layer 222 can be silicon oxide and gate dielectric layer 224 can be silicon nitride. It will be appreciated that other configurations are be possible.

    [0026] As described above, the charge can be confined within at least one of gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224 or the charge can be trapped at an interface between gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224. Where the charge is trapped at an interface between gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224, similar to transistor 100 as described above, the amount of charge trapped can be selected to cause an interrupted region of the conduction channel having 2DEG under gate electrode 226, thereby rendering transistor 200 an enhancement mode transistor. An application of an appropriate voltage to gate electrode 226 can restore the interrupted region and render transistor 200 on similar to transistor 100 as described above. Thus, a nominally off (or enhancement mode) switchable transistor can be obtained.

    [0027] The charge can be confined within at least one of gate dielectric layers 222 and 224 similar to gate dielectric layer 125 described above. In order to trap the charge, in one example, after fabrication, a bias can be applied to gate electrode 226 to generate negative charge. This can cause current to flow through gate dielectric layer 222 (e.g., through a tunneling mechanism), upon application of a sufficiently high applied electric field. This effect can be enhanced if the bias is applied while transistor 200 is heated. The application of heat can generate charge, which is trapped between gate dielectric layer 222 and gate dielectric layer 224. Temperature, applied voltage and time can be adjusted to affect the amount of charge that is generated and trapped.

    [0028] In one example, at least one of gate dielectric layers 222 and 224 can be grown with negative charge and then heated to allow the charge to migrate and become trapped between the two insulation bodies. Thus, for example, silicon nitride can be grown with negative charge for this purpose.

    [0029] In another example, Fluorine, Bromine, Iodine, Chlorine, or the like atoms can be implanted in at least one of the gate dielectric layers 222 and 224, followed by the application of heat in order to allow charge to migrate to the interface of gate dielectric layers 222 and 224.

    [0030] In addition to being an enhancement mode transistor, transistor 200 is capable of having its threshold voltage set to a variety of desired threshold voltages similar to transistor 100 as described above. That is, the threshold voltage can be set by the selection of an appropriate amount of charge to be trapped between or confined within gate dielectric layers 222 and 224.

    [0031] Also similar to transistor 100 described above, the charge is confined within or trapped between gate dielectric layers 222 and 224 to maintain the set threshold voltage throughout operation of transistor 200. Furthermore, the charge is confined within or trapped between gate dielectric layers 222 and 224 to maintain the set threshold voltage over an extended period, for example, over the operational lifetime of transistor 200. Furthermore, instead of only two gate dielectric layers, other layers, such as multiple gate dielectric layers can be stacked in order to reach a desired threshold voltage. Thus, transistor 200 can include under gate electrode 226, for example, any one or a combination of the following:

    Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride;

    Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide;

    Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride;

    Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide;

    Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride;

    Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide/Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide; and

    any combination of the above.



    [0032] Referring to Figure 3, Figure 3 shows a cross-sectional view of transistor 300, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention. Transistor 300 includes substrate 306, transition body 308, III-nitride body 310, III-nitride body 312, current carrying electrodes 316 and 318, gate electrode 326, gate dielectric layer 322, and gate dielectric layer 324, which correspond to substrate 206, transition body 208, III-nitride body 210, III-nitride body 212, current carrying electrodes 216 and 218, gate electrode 226, gate dielectric layer 222, and gate dielectric layer 224 in Figure 2.

    [0033] Transistor 300 is similar to transistor 200, however, in transistor 300 gate dielectric layer 322 includes recess 328, gate dielectric layer 324 is formed over at least the bottom and the sidewalls of recess 328, and gate electrode 326 is be formed at least inside recess 328 over gate dielectric layer 324. In transistor 300, charge can be trapped between gate dielectric layer 322 and gate dielectric layer 324, preferably along the bottom and the sidewalls of recess 328. As a result, the area devoted to charge entrapment can be increased without increasing the lateral area covered by gate structure 321.

    [0034] Referring now to Figure 4, Figure 4 shows a cross-sectional view of transistor 400, which can correspond to an enhanced view of transistor 300, according to an example that does not form part of the presently claimed invention. Transistor 400 includes III-nitride body 410, III-nitride body 412, gate electrode 426, gate dielectric layer 422, and gate dielectric layer 424, which correspond to III-nitride body 310, III-nitride body 312, gate electrode 326, gate dielectric layer 322, and gate dielectric layer 324 in Figure 3.

    [0035] In transistor 400, a plurality of spaced recesses, such as recesses 430 and 432, are formed in gate dielectric layer 422 instead of only one recess (e.g. recess 328 in Figure 3) in order to further increase interface area between gate dielectric layer 422 and gate dielectric layer 424, and thus allow for larger charge trapping capacity between the two bodies.

    [0036] Thus, as described above, according to various embodiments the present invention can provide for a transistor including a single gate dielectric layer having a charge to cause an interrupted region of a conduction channel of the transistor. In some embodiments the charge can be confined within the single gate dielectric layer. The transistor can further include a gate electrode operable to restore the interrupted region of the conduction channel. Thus, embodiments of the present invention can provide for an enhancement mode III-nitride transistor, which can, for example, be used as a power switch in power applications without the need to be compensated during start-up to avoid conducting current while control circuitry is powering up.

    [0037] From the above description of the invention it is manifest that various techniques can be used for implementing the concepts of the present invention without departing from its scope. Moreover, while the invention has been described with specific reference to certain embodiments, a person of ordinary skill in the art would appreciate that changes can be made in form and detail without departing from the scope of the invention. Thus, the described embodiments are to be considered in all respects as illustrative and not restrictive. It should also be understood that the invention is not limited to the particular embodiments described herein but is capable of many rearrangements, modifications, and substitutions without departing from the scope of the invention.


    Claims

    1. A III-nitride transistor (100) comprising:

    a conduction channel (114) formed between first and second III-nitride bodies (110, 112), said conduction channel (114) including a two-dimensional electron gas;

    a single gate dielectric layer (125) having a charge confined within to cause an interrupted region in said conduction channel (114);

    a gate electrode (123) operable to restore said interrupted region of said conduction channel (114),

    characterised in that said charge is a dispersed throughout said single gate dielectric layer (125)


     
    2. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said transistor (100) is an enhancement mode transistor.
     
    3. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said single gate dielectric layer (125) is a silicon nitride layer.
     
    4. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said single gate dielectric layer (125) is a silicon oxide layer.
     
    5. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said first III-nitride body comprises AlGaN (112).
     
    6. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said second III-nitride body (110) comprises GaN.
     
    7. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said single gate dielectric layer (125) is on said first III-nitride body (112) and under said gate electrode (123).
     
    8. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said single gate dielectric layer (125) is ion implanted with said charge.
     
    9. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 3, wherein said single gate dielectric layer (125) is grown with said charge.
     
    10. The III-nitride transistor (100) of claim 1, wherein said charge is a negative charge.
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100), Folgendes umfassend:

    einen Leitungskanal (114), der zwischen einem ersten und einem zweiten Körper aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (110, 112) ausgebildet ist, wobei der Leitungskanal (114) ein zweidimensionales Elektronengas umfasst;

    eine einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125), die eine in ihr eingeschlossene Ladung aufweist, um einen unterbrochenen Bereich in dem Leitungskanal (114) zu bewirken;

    eine Gate-Elektrode (123), die betriebsfähig ist, um den unterbrochenen Bereich des Leitungskanals (114) wiederherzustellen,

    dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass die Ladung überall in der einzelnen Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) verteilt ist.


     
    2. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Transistor (100) ein Verstärkungsmodustransistor ist.
     
    3. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei die einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) eine Siliziumnitrid-Schicht ist.
     
    4. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei die einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) eine Siliziumoxid-Schicht ist.
     
    5. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei der erste Körper aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III AlGaN (112) umfasst.
     
    6. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei der zweite Körper aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (110) GaN umfasst.
     
    7. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei die einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) auf dem ersten Körper aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (112) und unter der Gate-Elektrode (123) ist.
     
    8. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei die einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) mit der Ladung Ionenimplantiert ist.
     
    9. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 3, wobei die einzelne Gate-Dielektrikumsschicht (125) mit der Ladung gewachsen ist.
     
    10. Transistor aus einem Nitrid der Gruppe III (100) nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Ladung eine negative Ladung ist.
     


    Revendications

    1. Transistor (100) de nitrure III, comprenant :

    un canal (114) de conduction formé entre des premier et deuxième corps (110, 112) en nitrure III, le canal (114) de conduction comprenant un gaz d'électrons à deux dimensions ;

    une couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille ayant une charge confinée en son sein pour donner une région interrompue dans le canal (114) de conduction ;

    une électrode (123) de grille pouvant fonctionner pour restaurer la région interrompue du canal (114) de conduction ,

    caractérisé en ce que la charge est un dispersé dans la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille.


     
    2. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel le transistor (100) est un transistor en mode d'enrichissement.
     
    3. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille est une couche de nitrure de silicium.
     
    4. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille est une couche d'oxyde de silicium.
     
    5. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel le premier corps en nitrure III comprend de l'AlGaN (112).
     
    6. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel le deuxième corps (110) en nitrure III comprend du GaN.
     
    7. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille est sur le premier corps (112) en nitrure III et sous l'électrode (123) de grille.
     
    8. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille est implantée par ion par la charge.
     
    9. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 3, dans lequel la couche (125) unique de diélectrique de grille est mise en croissance par la charge.
     
    10. Transistor (100) de nitrure III suivant la revendication 1, dans lequel la charge est une charge négative.
     




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