Publication detail

Thin Film Deposition of HMDSO for Barrier Applications in Archaeological Artefacts Preservation

PROCHÁZKA, M. BLAHOVÁ, L. KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Thin Film Deposition of HMDSO for Barrier Applications in Archaeological Artefacts Preservation

English Title

Thin Film Deposition of HMDSO for Barrier Applications in Archaeological Artefacts Preservation

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work is focused on protective HMDSO thin films for encapsulating cleaned metallic archaeological artefacts, preventing the corrosion from destroying these historical items. Thin films were deposited via PECVD method. For testing samples, oxygen transmission rate measurement was the most important one. FTIR and XPS analyses were performed to determine the composition of thin films. Optimal setup for barrier coatings was determined.

English abstract

This work is focused on protective HMDSO thin films for encapsulating cleaned metallic archaeological artefacts, preventing the corrosion from destroying these historical items. Thin films were deposited via PECVD method. For testing samples, oxygen transmission rate measurement was the most important one. FTIR and XPS analyses were performed to determine the composition of thin films. Optimal setup for barrier coatings was determined.

Keywords

thin film, oxygen transmission rate, HMDSO, barrier coatings

Released

25.08.2013

Location

Budapest

ISBN

978-615-5270-04-8

Book

5th Central European Symposium on Plasma Chemistry – Book of Abstracts

Pages from

198

Pages to

199

Pages count

2

BibTex


@misc{BUT101814,
  author="Michal {Procházka} and Lucie {Blahová} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Thin Film Deposition of HMDSO for Barrier Applications in Archaeological Artefacts Preservation",
  annote="This work is focused on protective HMDSO thin films for encapsulating cleaned metallic archaeological artefacts, preventing the corrosion from destroying these historical items. Thin films were deposited via PECVD method. For testing samples, oxygen transmission rate measurement was the most important one. FTIR and XPS analyses were performed to determine the composition of thin films. Optimal setup for barrier coatings was determined.",
  booktitle="5th Central European Symposium on Plasma Chemistry – Book of Abstracts",
  chapter="101814",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="198--199",
  type="abstract"
}