Effects of substrate temperature on the microstructure of YBa2Cu3O7-δ films grown on (001) Y-ZrO2 substrates
Alarco, J. A., Brorsson, G., Ivanov, Z. G., Nilsson, P. Å., Olsson, E., & Löfgren, M. (1992) Effects of substrate temperature on the microstructure of YBa2Cu3O7-δ films grown on (001) Y-ZrO2 substrates. Applied Physics Letters, 61(6), pp. 723-725.
High-quality YBa2Cu3O7-δ films grown on (001) single-crystal Y-ZrO2 substrates by pulsed laser deposition have been studied as a function of substrate temperature using transmission electron microscopy. A transition from epitaxial films to c-axis oriented polycrystalline films was observed at 740°C. An intermediate, polycrystalline, BaZrO3 layer was formed from a reaction between the film and the substrate. A dominant orientation relationship of  YBCO//int. layer//YSZ and  YBCO//int. layer//YSZ was observed. The formation of grain boundaries in the films resulted in an increased microwave surface resistance and a decreased critical-current density. The superconducting transition temperature remained fairly constant at about 90 K.
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