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Title:  INFLUENCE OF ANNEALING TEMPERATURE ON SILVER THIN FILMS DEPOSITED BY DC MAGNETRON SPUTTERING METHOD
Type: PAPER
Author(s): MASHAIEKHY JAHANBAKHSH,SHAFIEIZADEH ZAHRA,NAHIDI HOSSEIN
 
 
 
Name of Seminar: NATIONAL VACUUM CONFERENCE IRAN
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  PAZHOHESHKADE OLOM VA SANAYE GHAZAEE
Date:  2012Volume 5
 
 
Abstract: 

IN THIS STUDY, THIN FILMS OF NICKEL AND SILVER HAVE BEEN DEPOSITED ON GLASS SUBSTRATE BY UNBALANCED MAGNETRON SPUTTERING METHOD WITH 50 AND 100NM THICKNESSES, RESPECTIVELY. NICKEL WAS USED FOR INCREASING SILVER ADHESION TO GLASS SUBSTRATE. SAMPLES WERE ANNEALED AT TEMPERATURES OF 100, 200 AND 300OC. SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPY (STM) WAS USED FOR INVESTIGATING SURFACE MORPHOLOGY OF SAMPLES. STM RESULTS DEMONSTRATE THAT INCREASING TEMPERATURE LEAD TO AN INCREASE IN GRAIN SIZE OF SILVER SURFACE.

 
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