Electrical properties of indium-tin-oxide films treated with an intense ion beam current
- Electrical properties of indium-tin-oxide films treated with an intense ion beam current
- 곽진석; 김동호; 유승훈; 이종훈; 권진혁; 전찬욱; 손필국[손필국]
- THIN-FILMS; OPTICAL-PROPERTIES; PLASTIC SUBSTRATE; ITO FILMS; DEPOSITION
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- KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC
- JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY, v.63, no.6, pp.1156 - 1159
- The authors investigated the electrical properties of low-temperature-deposited indium-tin-oxide (ITO) films treated with an argon-ion beam (AIB) at high current density and low energy. Experimental data showed that ITO films on PET substrates treated in this manner had higher conductivity than the PET films treated thermally. X-ray diffraction indicated that the AIB ITO films had a poly-crystalline-like structure and that amorphous regions were present in PET substrates. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) showed that the AIB ITO film surfaces had smaller cracks and exhibited dense bonding, presumably caused by instantaneous melting of ITO films by the high-current AIB beam. Consequently, the authors speculate that the effects of ion-beam treatment are driven by surface heating due to atomic collisions.
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