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Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology
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The Korea Association of Crystal Growth
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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Apr 2005
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2005
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Growth and effect of thermal annealing for
single crystal thin film by hot wall epitaxy
Moon Jongdae ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 1~9
A stoichiometric mixture of evaporating materials for AgGaS₂ single crystal thin films was prepared from horizontal electric furnace. To obtain the single crystal thin films, AgGaS₂ mixed crystal was deposited on thoroughly etched semi-insulating GaAs(100) substrate by the hot wall epitaxy (HWE) system. The source and substrate temperatures were 590℃ and 440℃, respectively. The temperature dependence of the energy band gap of the AgGaS₂ obtained from the absorption spectra was well described by the Varshni's relation, E/sub g/(T) = 2.7284 eV - (8.695×10/sup -4/ eV/K)T²/(T + 332 K). After the as-grown AgGaS₂ single crystal thin films was annealed in Ag-, S-, and Ga-atmospheres, the origin of point defects of AgGaS₂ single crystal thin films has been investigated by the photoluminescence (PL) at 10 K. The native defects of V/sub Ag/, V/sub s/, Ag/sub int/, and S/sub int/ obtained by PL measurements were classified as a donors or accepters type. And we concluded that the heat-treatment in the Ag-atmosphere converted AgGaS₂ single crystal thin films to an optical n-type. Also, we confirmed that Ga in AgGaS₂/GaAs crystal thin films did not form the native defects because Ga in AgGaS₂ single crystal thin films existed in the form of stable bonds.
Parametric study of diamond/Ti thin film deposition in microwave plasma CVD
Cho Hyun ; Kim Jin Kon ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 10~15
Effects of CH₄/H₂ flow rate ratio, chuck bias and microwave power on the structural properties and particle densities of diamond thin films deposited on Ti substrates in microwave plasma CVD were examined. High quality diamond thin films were deposited on Ti substrates in 2∼3 CH₄ Vol.% conditions due to the preferential formation of sp³-bonus ana selective removal of sp²-bonus in the CH₄/H₂ mixtures, and the mechanism for the formation of diamond particles on Ti was analysed. Diamond particle density increased with increasing negative chuck bias to Ti substrate due to bias-enhanced nucleation of diamond and the threshold voltage was found at ∼-50 V. With increasing microwave power the evolution from micro-crystalline graphite layer to diamond layer was observed.
Fabrication of 8YSZ-
solid oxide full cell (SOFC) electrolyte by a spark plasma sintering method
Kim Jae Kwang ; Choi Bong Geun ; Yang Jae Kyo ; Choa Yong Ho ; Shim Kwang Bo ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 16~20
In order to improve electrical conductivity and mechanical properties of 8YSZ SOFC electrolyte material, we used Al₂O₃ as an additive and applied the spark plasma sintering (SPS) method. The sintered bodies were densified above 96 ％ of theoretical density at 1200℃ and possessed microstructures composed of homogeneous grains less than 1 ㎛ in size. The addition of Al₂O₃ improved fracture toughness and bending strength by inhibiting grain growth of 8YSZ and increased total ionic conductivity because grain interior conductivity appeared to remain constant and grain boundary conductivity increased. It was assumed that the dissolution of Al₂O₃ into 8YSZ which was inevitable problem at commercial sintering method was effectively prohibited by the SPS technique with a relatively low sintering temperature and the reaction between Al₂O₃ and SiO₂ present at grain boundary to produce the crystalline Al/sub 2-x/Si/sub l-y/O/sub 5/ phase, resulting in the increase of grain boundary conductivity.
Design of ceramics powder compaction process parameters (Part Ⅰ : Finite element analysis)
Jung S. C. ; Keum Y. T. ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 21~26
In order to simulate the powder compaction process and to assess the effects of packing randomness and particle arrangement 2-dimensional model of rod array compaction using quasi-random multiparticle array is introduced. The elastic modulus of porous ceramics is computed by the homogenization method. With 3 Al₂O₃ and 3 Al particles the compaction processes associated with the porosities are simulated by the explicit finite element method, based on the elastic modulus found by the homogenization method. The simulation results are compared with both previous analytical ones and experimental measurements. Finally, in order to find the relationship between the friction coefficient of powder particles and the relative density, the sensitivity analysis is performed.
Design of ceramics powder compaction process parameters (Part Ⅱ : Optimization)
Kim J. L. ; Keum Y. T. ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 27~33
In this study, the process parameters in ceramics powder compaction are optimized for getting high relative densities of ceramic products. To find optimized parameters, the analytic models of powder compaction are firstly prepared by 2-dimensional rod arrays with random green densities using a quasi-random multiparticle array. Then, using finite element method, the changes in relative densities are analyzed by varying the size of Al₂O₃ particle, the amplitude of cyclic compaction, and the coefficient of friction, which influence the relative density in cyclic compactions. After the analytic function of relative density associated process parameters are formulated by aid of the response surface method, the optimal conditions in powder compaction process are found by the grid search method. When the particle size of Al₂O₃ is 22.5 ㎛, the optimal parameters for the amplitude of cyclic compaction and the coefficient of friction are 75 MPa and 0.1103, respectively. The maximum relative density is 0.9390.
Effect of pH level and slurry particle size on the chemical mechanical planarization of langasite crystal wafer
Cho Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 34~38
Effects of pH level and slurry particle size on material removal rate and planarization of langasite single crystal wafer have been examined. Higher material removal rate was obtained with lower pH level slurries while the planarization was found to be determined by average particle size of colloidal silica slurries. Slurries containing 0.045 ㎛ amorphous silica particles showed the best polishing effect without any scratches on the surface. Effective particle number has a strong effect on the surface planarization and the removal rate, so that the lower effective particle numbers produced low removal rate but the better planarization results.
A comparison of fracture rate of artificial light-weight aggregates by various drying, breaking, and forming methods
Park Jiyun ; Kim Yootaek ; Lee Ki-Gang ; Kang Seunggu ; Kim Jung-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, volume 15, issue 1, 2005, Pages 39~44
A sheet type of green body was made with the mixture of 60 wt% red clay, 20 wt% fly ash, and 20 wt% stone sludge. Indentations were made on the surfaces of sheets to investigate fracture rate of 1 to 5 mm artificial light-weight aggregates by various drying, breaking, and forming methods. Drying methods of green bodies were natural, electric oven, microwave, and fast drying by torch. Breaking methods of green bodies were ballmill Ⅰ, ballmill Ⅱ, free dropping in the box, and mechanical breaking with roller mill. The depth and width of indent on the surface of the sheet were varied and the thickness of green bodies was also changed to investigate effects of indentation on fracture rates. The highest fracture rate of 42 % among the various drying methods was obtained by microwave drying for 210 sec and the highest fracture rate of 65 % among the various breaking method was obtained by ballmill Ⅱ method. In forming method, an yield of larger aggregates than Ф = 5 mm decreased and that of smaller aggregates than Ф = 5 mm in creased with increasing depth of indentation (only in 3 mm thick green body)and with increasing thickness of green body. The size of aggregates was most homogeneous (by judging from the measurement of aspect ratio of 1 to 5 mm aggregates.) when 3 mm thick green body was rapidly dried by torch and was broken by ballmill Ⅱ method.