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High rate reactive deposition of TiO2films using two sputtering sources

Authors
Journal
Vacuum
0042-207X
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
84
Issue
12
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/j.vacuum.2009.12.013
Keywords
  • Tio2Film
  • Reactive Sputtering
  • High-Rate Deposition
  • Photo-Catalytic Film

Abstract

Abstract We propose a new high-rate reactive sputter-deposition method with two sputtering sources for fabricating TiO 2 films. One source operates in a metal mode sputtering condition and supplies titanium atoms to the substrate. The other source operates in oxide mode and works as an oxygen radical source for supplying oxygen radicals to the substrate surface for promoting oxidization of titanium atoms. Each sputtering source is separated with a mesh grid from the deposition chamber, and Ar and oxygen gas are introduced separately through the titanium supply and oxygen radical sources, respectively. By using this reactive sputtering system, a deposition rate above 80 nm/min can be obtained for the deposition of TiO 2 films with rutile structure.

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