English, Article edition: EFFECTS OF TECHNICAL PARAMETERS ON THE PULSED LASER DEPOSITED FERROELECTRIC FILMS YAFAN ZHAO; CHUANZHONG CHEN; MINGDA SONG; ...

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  • EFFECTS OF TECHNICAL PARAMETERS ON THE PULSED LASER DEPOSITED FERROELECTRIC FILMS
Author
  • YAFAN ZHAO
  • CHUANZHONG CHEN
  • MINGDA SONG
  • JIE MA
  • DIANGANG WANG
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  • article
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  • Pulsed laser deposition (PLD), which is a novel technique in producing thin films in the recent years, shows unique advantages for the deposition of ferroelectric films. Effects of technical parameters on the pulsed laser deposited ferroelectric films, including substrate temperature, oxygen pressure, post-annealing, buffer layer, target composition, energy density, wavelength, target-to-substrate distance, and laser pulse rate, are systematically reviewed in order to optimize these parameters. Processing-microstructure-property relationships of ferroelectric films by PLD are discussed. The application prospect is pointed as well.
  • Ferroelectric film, pulsed laser deposition, parameters
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:13:y:2006:i:05:p:687-695
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  • English
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