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Author Chung-Tai Sung
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Department Materials Engineering
Year 2007 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 73
Title Effect of focused ion beam post-treatment on the diamond-like carbon films synthesized by RF plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition
Keyword
  • ITO
  • DLC
  • pre-treatment
  • H2
  • FIB
  • FIB
  • H2
  • pre-treatment
  • DLC
  • ITO
  • Abstract Diamond-like carbon (DLC) films were deposited on both ITO glass and Si substrates by RF plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition and the effects of post-treatment of focused ion beam (FIB) on the structure and properties of DLC films were investigated. Before the deposition of DLC films, the substrate was pre-treatment with Ar or H2 plasma at different powers. For the FIB post-treatment, the effects of incidence energy, beam size, treatment time and incidence angle were studied. Surface roughness, morphology and structure of DLC films after various treatments were measured.
      Experiments of plasma pre-treatment indicate that the surface roughness and resistivity of ITO glass did not show obvious change when the power of H2 plasma was lower than 40W. However, significant increases of surface roughness and resistivity were observed when the power was larger than 40W, indicating that the ITO coating was damaged. For the FIB post- treatment of DLC deposited on ITO substrate, no obvious changes of the surface roughness, G band position and ID/IG ratio were found for the low incidence energy (15kV). However, for the high incidence energy (30kV) with a small beam size (22nm), ID/IG ratio increased but the surface roughness remained relatively constant. For the high incidence energy (30kV) with a large beam size (750nm and 2000nm), surface roughness was found to increase only at the beam size of 750nm. For the DLC deposited on Si substrate, the ID/IG ratio was found to increase after FIB post-treatment with high incidence energy (30kV), large beam size (750nm and 2000nm) and increased scan number (10 scans).
    Advisor Committee
  • Shinn-Shyong Tzeng - advisor
  • Jhe-hong Wei - co-chair
  • Jyong-syun Syu - co-chair
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    Date of Defense 2008-07-30 Date of Submission 2008-08-28


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