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Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for the Deposition of Oxides Thin Films at High Rates

PULPYTEL, J. BHATT, S. KRČMA, F. MAZÁNKOVÁ, V. AREFI-KHONSARI, F.

Originální název

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for the Deposition of Oxides Thin Films at High Rates

Anglický název

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for the Deposition of Oxides Thin Films at High Rates

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The atmospheric pressure plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition is one of hot topics in the field of plasma applications during last years especially due to considerably high growth rates and lower costs. This work deals with the deposition of silicon oxide from hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) thin films using an atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) system in open air conditions. A sinusoidal high voltage with a frequency between 19-23 kHz at power up to 1000 W was applied between two tubular electrodes separated by a dielectric material. The main gas flow consisted of dry air which was introduced through the torch at a flow rate of 108 l/h. The jet, characterized by Tg ~600-800K, was mostly laminar (Re ~1200) at the nozzle exit and became partially turbulent along the torch axis (Re ~3300). The spatially resolved emission spectra showed OH, N2, N2+ and CN molecular bands and O, H, N, and Cr lines as well as the NO2 chemiluminescence continuum (450-800 nm). Thin films with good uniformity on the substrate were obtained at high deposition rate, between 800-1000 nm/s, and AFM results revealed that coatings are relatively smooth (Ra ~2 nm).

Anglický abstrakt

The atmospheric pressure plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition is one of hot topics in the field of plasma applications during last years especially due to considerably high growth rates and lower costs. This work deals with the deposition of silicon oxide from hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) thin films using an atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) system in open air conditions. A sinusoidal high voltage with a frequency between 19-23 kHz at power up to 1000 W was applied between two tubular electrodes separated by a dielectric material. The main gas flow consisted of dry air which was introduced through the torch at a flow rate of 108 l/h. The jet, characterized by Tg ~600-800K, was mostly laminar (Re ~1200) at the nozzle exit and became partially turbulent along the torch axis (Re ~3300). The spatially resolved emission spectra showed OH, N2, N2+ and CN molecular bands and O, H, N, and Cr lines as well as the NO2 chemiluminescence continuum (450-800 nm). Thin films with good uniformity on the substrate were obtained at high deposition rate, between 800-1000 nm/s, and AFM results revealed that coatings are relatively smooth (Ra ~2 nm).

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@inproceedings{BUT35287,
  author="Jerome {Pulpytel} and Sudhir {Bhatt} and František {Krčma} and Věra {Mazánková} and Farzaneh {Arefi-Khonsari}",
  title="Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for the Deposition of Oxides Thin Films at High Rates",
  annote="The atmospheric pressure plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition is one of hot topics in the field of plasma applications during last years especially due to considerably high growth rates and lower costs. This work deals with the deposition of silicon oxide from hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) thin films using an atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) system in open air conditions. A sinusoidal high voltage with a frequency between 19-23 kHz at power up to 1000 W was applied between two tubular electrodes separated by a dielectric material. The main gas flow consisted of dry air which was introduced through the torch at a flow rate of 108 l/h. The jet, characterized by Tg ~600-800K, was mostly laminar (Re ~1200) at the nozzle exit and became partially turbulent along the torch axis (Re ~3300). The spatially resolved emission spectra showed OH, N2, N2+ and CN molecular bands and O, H, N, and Cr lines as well as the NO2 chemiluminescence continuum (450-800 nm). Thin films with good uniformity on the substrate were obtained at high deposition rate, between 800-1000 nm/s, and AFM results revealed that coatings are relatively smooth (Ra ~2 nm).",
  booktitle="HAKONE XII - Book of Contributed Papers",
  chapter="35287",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="467--471",
  type="conference paper"
}