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Dielectric properties of thin films based on CeO2 and TeO2.

Walid Issa Khleif

Dielectric properties of thin films based on CeO2 and TeO2.

by Walid Issa Khleif

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Published by Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English


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ContributionsBrunel University. Department of Physics.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,99p. :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20761487M

  The model used to describe the ferroelectric properties of the thin film is shown in Fig. simplicity but without loss of generality, we assume that the z-direction is perpendicular to the surface and the polarization is along the N-layer film with symmetrical surface is number of pseudo-spin layers included in the STL is n s.   Most of the previous studies have either focused only on the in-plane dielectric constant or have done the analysis of dielectric properties for a specific 2D material. 20,21,22,23 An extensive.

The PbS thin films subjected to study are characterized by X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and dielectric studies. The scope of the present work is to study the dielectric properties of PbS thin films as a function of the frequency and the temperatures. The electronic. P ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, 6 (10) PP () (TFT) for liquid-crystal display (LCD) and other emerging display systems,16 33 34 The application of SiN x,SiC y,andSiN xC y also extends into the green energy field,15,16 primarily in solar cell applications. For exam-ple, microcrystalline and amorphous SiC.

Jagaran Acharya, Jamie Wilt, Bo Liu and Judy Z. Wu, "Dielectric properties of ultrathin Al/Al 2 O 3 /Al trilayers fabricated with an integrated in situ sputtering and atomic layer deposition", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10, , DOI: /acsami.7b; Maogang Gong, Puja Adhikaru, Youpin Gong, Ti Wang, Qingfeng Liu, Bhupal Kafle, Wail- Yim Ching, Wai-lun Chan, and Judy. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF DIELECTRIC AND SEMICONDUCTOR THIN FILMS 3 Analytic solutions can be given if we assume that the incident wave is a pure wave and that the boundary layers are regular. In more complicated situations, numerical solutions are nec-.


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Dielectric properties of thin films based on CeO2 and TeO2 by Walid Issa Khleif Download PDF EPUB FB2

Beryllium oxide (BeO) thin films were grown on a p-type Si substrate by plasma enhanced atomic layer deposition (PEALD) using diethylberyllium as a precursor and O 2 plasma. The PEALD BeO exhibited self-saturation and linear growth rates. The dielectric properties of PEALD were compared with those of thermal atomic layer deposition (ThALD).Author: Yoonseo Jang, Seung Min Lee, Do Hwan Jung, Jung Hwan Yum, Eric S.

Larsen, Christopher W. Bielawski. Researchers "doped" BST thin films with magnesium, analyzing the "structure, microstructure, surface morphology and film/substrate compositional quality" of the result.

The Mg doped BST films showed "improved dielectric properties, low leakage current, and good tunability", meriting potential for use in microwave tunable devices. Recently, Arvind et al. has reported the electrical and dielectric properties of spin-coated TiO 2 thin films and have shown that the °C annealed films gives the optimum performance.

In the present work, we have used sol-gel spin-coating for the preparation of TiO 2 thin films Cited by: Ba6−3xNd8+2xTi18O54 with x= (BNT, or simply, BNT) dielectric thin films with a thickness of nm have been prepared on Pt-coated silicon substrates by pulsed laser deposition (PLD) at.

Herein we report the dielectric properties of CeO2 films deposited from tetrakis (1-methoxymethylpropanolate)cerium. The resulting films exhibit permittivities in the range 25–42 at 1MHz with. Polymeric thin films are widely used in both capacitors and electronic packaging because of their attractive electrical properties, relatively high thermal stability, and ease of processing.

Most polymeric dielectric materials have dielectric strength around. A new type of transparent thin films, based on two-phase materials of CeO2–SiO2, was developed.

The films were prepared on indium tin oxide (ITO)-coated glass via a sol-gel process. Introduction. Nanomaterials have attracted considerable attention in a broad range of advanced applications in multidisciplinary fields including material science and biology, based on the chemical composition, size, shape and surface dependent properties of nanoparticles [1,2].It is well known that material properties changes when (i) particle size reduces to nano-scale or (ii) materials.

1 Structural, Chemical and Optical Properties of Cerium Dioxide Film Prepared by Atomic Layer Deposition on TiN and Si Substrates S. Vangelista 1, R. Piagge2, S. Ek3,T. Sarnet3, G. Ghidini2, C. Martella and A. Lamperti1 1CNR -IMM MDM Laboratory, Via C. Weihong Liu, Hong Wang, Di Zhou, Kecheng Li, Dielectric Properties of Low‐Firing Bi2Mo2O9 Thick Films Screen Printed on Al Foils and Alumina Substrates, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, /jx, 93, 8, (), ().

In thick film the screen-printed capacitor dielectric is typically 20–50 μm thick. The same topology may also be applied in thin-film processes, but then the dielectric layer is only –1 μm thick.

In fully integrated thin-film processes, the MIM version (Fig. 1(b)) is usually used. Here, the capacitor is embedded in a planar multilayer. CeO 2 –TiO 2 –ZrO 2 thin films were prepared using the sol–gel process and deposited on glass and ITO-coated glass substrates via dip-coating technique.

The samples were heat treated between and °C. The heat treatment effects on the electrochromic performances of the films were determined by means of cyclic voltammetry measurements. The electrical properties of CeO2 thin films have also been studied with the Conductive AFM mode.

is the potential dielectric candidate for the Si-based devices due to its stable chemical. The dielectric constant is for curve (a) without SiO 2 buffer. The dielectric constants are and for curves (b) and (c) with LPD-SiO 2 and thermal oxide buffer, respectively. The lower dielectric constant is from the series of amorphous LPD-TiO 2 and SiO 2 buffer.

The SiO 2 buffer layer should decrease the effective dielectric constant. The relative dielectric constant of LiF thin films vapor-deposited in advanced vacuum is a function of layer thickness. This correlation is explained by increase in mean thickness of porous.

Thin film technology is very important in today's high‐tech industry. TiO 2 is a high‐k dielectric material. Problems with thin film deposition arise when the thickness of the thin layers approaches a few hundred nm to less than nm. High quality thin films within these dimensions are difficult to obtain.

Issues of adhesion, crystal mismatch, crystal orientation, surface roughness. Dielectric properties and leakage current characteristics of the Al 2 O 3 thin films, deposited by reactive sputtering at room temperature, have been investigated with variations of the O 2 content in the sputtering gas and the film thickness.

The Al 2 O 3 films of nm thickness were amorphous without depending on the O 2 contents of % in the sputtering gas.

Herein, the effect of the insertion of a thin dielectric HfO 2:Al 2 O 3 (HAO) layer at different positions in the Pt/Ba(Zr Ti )O 3 –(Ba Ca )TiO 3 (BCZT)/Au structure on the energy storage performance of the capacitors is investigated. A high storage performance is achieved through the insertion of a HAO layer between BCZT and Au layers.

Dielectric properties have been studied as well by capacitance–voltage and current–voltage measurements on metal-oxide-semiconductor capacitors of several areas. The Pr 2 O 3 films have shown a dielectric constant ε=23–25 and a leakage current density of.

Epitaxial (BaTiO3)(CeO2) films have been deposited in vertically aligned nanocomposite form on SrTiO3/TiN buffered Si substrates to achieve high-quality ferroelectrics on Si.

The thin TiN seed layer promotes the epitaxial growth of the SrTiO3 buffer on Si, which in turn is essential for the high-quality growth of the vertically aligned nanocomposite structure. We report on the measurement of the frequency-dependent complex permittivity, ɛ(ω)=′ɛ(ω)-iɛ″(ω), over the frequency range, 30 MHz to 6 GHz, of silicon wafers and of thin dielectric films formed on silicon.

Measurements, as a function of temperature and time treatments, were obtained by means of an HP Network Analyzer and dielectric probe and the resulting ɛ′(ω)andɛ″(ω)plots.Focus has been made on the determination of dielectric constant of thin dielectric layer (SnO 2 thin film) using surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technique and exploiting it for the detection of NH 3 gas.

SnO 2 thin film has been deposited by rf-sputtering technique on gold coated glass prism (BK-7) and its SPR response was measured in the Kretschmann configuration of attenuated total.1 Thin Film growth of Solid State materials A.S Bhattacharyya1, 2*, P. Prabhakar1, R.P. Kumar1, S.

Sharma3, 1, 1, 1Centre for Nanotechnology; 2 Centre of Excellence in Green and Efficient Energy Technology (CoE-GEET) and 3Centre for Water Engineering and Management, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi –India.