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Effect of RF Superimposed DC Magnetron Sputtering on Electrical and Bending Resistances of ITO Films Deposited on PET at Low Temperature
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 Title & Authors
Effect of RF Superimposed DC Magnetron Sputtering on Electrical and Bending Resistances of ITO Films Deposited on PET at Low Temperature
Park, Mi-Rang; Lee, Sung-Hun; Kim, Do-Geun; Lee, Gun-Hwan; Song, Pung-Keun;
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 Abstract
Indium tin oxide (ITO) films were deposited on PET substrate by RF superimposed DC magnetron sputtering using ITO (doped with 10 wt% ) target. Substrate temperature was maintained below without intentionally substrate heating during the deposition. The discharge voltage of DC power supply was decreased from 280 V to 100 V when superimposed RF power was increased from 0 W to 150 W. The electrical properties of the ITO films were improved with increasing of superimposed RF power. In the result of cyclic bending test, relatively high mechanical property was obtained for the ITO film deposited with RF power of 75 W under DC current of 0.75 A which could be attributed to the decrease of internal stress caused by decrease in both deposition rate and plasma impedance.
 Keywords
Indium Tin Oxide (ITO);RF super-imposed DC sputtering;Magnetron sputtering;Flexible substrate;Bending test;
 Language
Korean
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