AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS.

John A Woollam, George H. Bu-Abbud, Jae Oh, Paul G. Snyder, Joel D. Lamb, David C. Ingram, A. K. Rai

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Hard, semitransparent amorphous hydrogenated carbon films have been under investigation as possible dielectric materials in high frequency solid state electronics, as well as for optical coatings and coatings for computer disks. These films are called 'Diamondlike' by some authors, and can be prepared by several techniques including plasma and ion beam deposition. The properties of these films depend on deposition parameters, and are related to the concentration of hydrogen in the film, as well as to the energy and fluence of energetic species present during deposition. This paper is a review of recent progress in the preparation, characterization, and application of these materials. New results of optical, interfacial (with InP), and combined proton recoil/Rutherford backscattering/ellipsometric studies are presented. Results of Mil Spec testing of film adherence and integrity under extremes of temperature, moisture, and chemical environment are reported.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)289-303
Number of pages15
JournalProceedings - The Electrochemical Society
Volume86-3
StatePublished - Jan 1 1986

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Dielectric films
Carbon films
Optical coatings
Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy
Electronic states
Ion beams
Protons
Moisture
Plasmas
Coatings
Hydrogen
Testing
Temperature

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Woollam, J. A., Bu-Abbud, G. H., Oh, J., Snyder, P. G., Lamb, J. D., Ingram, D. C., & Rai, A. K. (1986). AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS. Proceedings - The Electrochemical Society, 86-3, 289-303.

AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS. / Woollam, John A; Bu-Abbud, George H.; Oh, Jae; Snyder, Paul G.; Lamb, Joel D.; Ingram, David C.; Rai, A. K.

In: Proceedings - The Electrochemical Society, Vol. 86-3, 01.01.1986, p. 289-303.

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Woollam, JA, Bu-Abbud, GH, Oh, J, Snyder, PG, Lamb, JD, Ingram, DC & Rai, AK 1986, 'AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS.', Proceedings - The Electrochemical Society, vol. 86-3, pp. 289-303.
Woollam JA, Bu-Abbud GH, Oh J, Snyder PG, Lamb JD, Ingram DC et al. AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS. Proceedings - The Electrochemical Society. 1986 Jan 1;86-3:289-303.
Woollam, John A ; Bu-Abbud, George H. ; Oh, Jae ; Snyder, Paul G. ; Lamb, Joel D. ; Ingram, David C. ; Rai, A. K. / AMORPHOUS HYDROGENATED DIAMONDLIKE CARBON DIELECTRIC FILMS. In: Proceedings - The Electrochemical Society. 1986 ; Vol. 86-3. pp. 289-303.
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