In Situ Characterization of Thin Film Growth

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  • Author : Gertjan Koster
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 296 pages
  • ISBN : 0857094955
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In Situ Characterization of Thin Film Growth

In Situ Characterization of Thin Film Growth
  • Author : Gertjan Koster,Guus Rijnders
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 05 October 2011
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Advanced techniques for characterizing thin film growth in situ help to develop improved understanding and faster diagnosis of issues with the process. In situ characterization of thin film growth reviews current and developing techniques for characterizing the growth of thin films, covering an important gap in research. Part one covers electron diffraction techniques for in situ study of thin film growth, including chapters on topics such as reflection high-energy electron diffraction (RHEED) and inelastic scattering techniques. Part two focuses on

In Situ Real Time Characterization of Thin Films

In Situ Real Time Characterization of Thin Films
  • Author : Orlando Auciello,Alan R. Krauss
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 14 June 2021
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An in-depth look at the state of the art of in situ real-time monitoring and analysis of thin films With thin film deposition becoming increasingly critical in the production of advanced electronic and optical devices, scientists and engineers working in this area are looking for in situ, real-time, structure-specific analytical tools for characterizing phenomena occurring at surfaces and interfaces during thin film growth. This volume brings together contributed chapters from experts in the field, covering proven methods for in situ

Ion Beams as a Means of Deposition and In situ Characterization of Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures

Ion Beams as a Means of Deposition and In situ Characterization of Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1992
GET THIS BOOK Ion Beams as a Means of Deposition and In situ Characterization of Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures

Ion beam-surface interactions produce many effects in thin film deposition which are similar to those encountered in plasma deposition processes. However, because of the lower pressures and higher directionality associated with the ion beam process, it is easier to avoid some sources of film contamination and to provide better control of ion energies and fluxes. Additional effects occur in the ion beam process because of the relatively small degree of thermalization resulting from gas phase collisions with both the ion

Ion Beam based Characterization of Multicomponent Oxide Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures

Ion Beam based Characterization of Multicomponent Oxide Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1992
GET THIS BOOK Ion Beam based Characterization of Multicomponent Oxide Thin Films and Thin Film Layered Structures

Fabrication of thin film layered structures of multi-component materials such as high temperature superconductors, ferroelectric and electro-optic materials, and alloy semiconductors, and the development of hybrid materials requires understanding of film growth and interface properties. For High Temperature Superconductors, the superconducting coherence length is extremely short (5--15 Å), and fabrication of reliable devices will require control of film properties at extremely sharp interfaces; it will be necessary to verify the integrity of thin layers and layered structure devices over thicknesses comparable

In Situ Monitoring and Characterization of Superhard Thin Film Growth Under Non Equilibrium Conditions

In Situ Monitoring and Characterization of Superhard Thin Film Growth Under Non Equilibrium Conditions
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 2021
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We have developed new approaches to synthesize superhard/ultrastrong thin films and coatings by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of unimolecular precursors, and to monitor and characterize the film-growth process in situ and in real time. To this end, we have designed and constructed an ultrahigh vacuum CVD chamber fitted with energy-dispersive x-ray reflectivity (XRR) and multiple- beam optical stress sensor (MOSS) for in situ monitoring of surface morphology and stress evolution of the films under growth. Both of these techniques

Atmosphere Influence on in Situ Ion Beam Analysis of Thin Film Growth

Atmosphere Influence on in Situ Ion Beam Analysis of Thin Film Growth
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1994
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In situ, nondestructive surface characterization of thin-film growth processes in an environment of chemically active gas at pressures of several mTorr is required both for the understanding of growth processes in multicomponent films and layered heterostructures and for the improvement of process reproducibility and device reliability. The authors have developed a differentially pumped pulsed ion beam surface analysis system that includes ion scattering spectroscopy (ISS) and direct recoil spectroscopy (DRS), coupled to an automated ion beam sputter-deposition system (IBSD), to

Development and Application of In Situ Real Time and Ex Situ Characterization Techniques to Study the Growth of High Temperature Superconducting HTSC Films and Interfaces

Development and Application of In Situ  Real Time and Ex Situ Characterization Techniques to Study the Growth of High Temperature Superconducting  HTSC  Films and Interfaces
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 14 June 1997
GET THIS BOOK Development and Application of In Situ Real Time and Ex Situ Characterization Techniques to Study the Growth of High Temperature Superconducting HTSC Films and Interfaces

The objectives of this program are: (1) To demonstrate Time of Flight Ion Scattering and Recoil (ToF-ISARS) Spectroscopy and Spectroscopic Ellipsometry (SE) for in-situ and real time characterization of HTSC thin films and processes. (2) To study HTSC thin film processes and interface reactions.

Studies of Thin film Growth Adsorption and Oxidation by in Situ Real time and Ex Situ Ion Beam Analysis

Studies of Thin film Growth  Adsorption  and Oxidation by in Situ  Real time  and Ex Situ Ion Beam Analysis
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1993
GET THIS BOOK Studies of Thin film Growth Adsorption and Oxidation by in Situ Real time and Ex Situ Ion Beam Analysis

We have developed a time-of-flight (TOF) ion scattering and direct recoil spectrometer (ISS/DRS) to study the surface composition and reconstruction of metals, metal-oxides, and semiconductors, and to provide in situ characterization of the thin-film deposition process. In situ, real-time study of Pb, Zr, and Ru ultrathin films produced by ion beam sputter deposition is presented as demonstration of pulsed ion beam surface analysis (PIBSA) as a means of characterizing monolayer and submonolayer growth, both in UHV and in mTorr

In situ Characterization of Growth and Interfaces in A Si

In situ Characterization of Growth and Interfaces in A Si
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1992
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This report describes the in-situ characterization of growth and interfaces in amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) devices. The growth of a-Si:H by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) is complex and involves many gas-phase and solid-surface chemical and physical processes, which are influenced by charged particle bombardment, ultraviolet light exposure, etc. The research consisted of two broad components. The first involved preparing a-Si:H by optimum'' PECVD and exposing the film to atomic hydrogen in-situ at the growth temperature. The processes