Control and diagnostics of inductively coupled plasmas for chemical vapour deposition of nanocomposite carbon nitride-based films
Tsakadze, E., Ostrikov, K., Tsakadze, Z., Jiang, N., Ahmad, R., & Xu, S. (2002) Control and diagnostics of inductively coupled plasmas for chemical vapour deposition of nanocomposite carbon nitride-based films. International Journal of Modern Physics B, 16(6-7), pp. 1143-1147.
Control and diagnostics of low-frequency (∼ 500 kHz) inductively coupled plasmas for chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of nano-composite carbon nitride-based films is reported. Relation between the discharge control parameters, plasma electron energy distribution/probability functions (EEDF/EEPF), and elemental composition in the deposited C-N based thin films is investigated. Langmuir probe technique is employed to monitor the plasma density and potential, effective electron temperature, and EEDFs/EEPFs in Ar + N2 + CH4 discharges. It is revealed that varying RF power and gas composition/pressure one can engineer the EEDFs/EEPFs to enhance the desired plasma-chemical gas-phase reactions thus controlling the film chemical structure. Auxiliary diagnostic tools for study of the RF power deposition, plasma composition, stability, and optical emission are discussed as well.
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