Papers by Author: Chia Ching Wu

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Authors: Chao Chin Chan, Yuan Tai Hsieh, Cheng Yi Chen, Wen Cheng Tzou, Chia Ching Wu, Chang Fu Yang
Abstract: Sr0.6Ba0.4Nb2O6 (SBN) thin films were prepared by radio frequency (RF) sputtering onto the SiO2/Si/Al and Pt/Ti/Si substrates to form the MFIS and MFM structures. Their deposition rates increased with decreasing oxygen concentration and with increasing RF power. Their optimal deposition parameters were the substrate temperature of 500°C, chamber pressure of 10 mTorr, oxygen concentration of 40%, and RF power of 120W, respectively. The rapid temperature annealing (RTA) process had large effects on the grain growth of the SBN thin films. The effects of different RTA temperatures on the leakage current density - electrical field curves and the capacitance - voltage curves of the SBN thin films were also investigated.
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Authors: Chien Chen Diao, Chao Chin Chan, Chia Ching Wu, Cheng Fu Yang
Abstract: “GfE Coating Materials Company” had developed a novel AZOY transparent conducting oxide (TCO) material that used ZnO as raw material and contained a small amount of Y2O3 and Al2O3. In this study, the AZOY material developed by GfE company is used as the based TCO material and we will develop the influences of substrate temperatures on the characteristics of AZOY TCO films by RF sputtering method, under optimal O2/argon ratio and depositing pressure. After deposition, the sheet resistance of AZOY films is measured with a four point probe, and surface morphology and cross-sections are studied using a field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM). And finally, the UV-Vis spectrophotometer is used to find the transmittance of AZOY TCO films.
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Authors: Chien Chen Diao, Chia Ching Wu, Cheng Fu Yang, Chao Chin Chan
Abstract: In this study, 0.95 (Na0.5Bi0.5)TiO3-0.05 BaTiO3 + 1 wt% Bi2O3 (NBT-BT3) composition sintered at 1200oC for 2h is used as target to deposit the NBT-BT3 thin films. The excess 1wt% Bi2O3 is used to compensate the vaporization of Bi2O3 during the deposition process. Ferroelectric NBT-BT3 thin films are deposited on SiO2/Si and Pt/Ti/SiO2/Si substrates using RF magnetron sputter method using the ceramic target fabricated by ourselves. After depositing under the optimal parameters, the thin films are then heated by a conventional thermal annealing (CFA) process conducted in air at temperatures ranging from 600- 800oC for 60min. The morphologies of NBT- BT3 thin films are observed using SEM the crystalline structures of NBT-BT3 thin films are investigated using XRD patterns. The large memory window and stable leakage current density examination reveals that NBT-BT3 thin films annealed on 600oC are better than other thin films under different CTA temperatures. Finally, the top view and cross-sectional images of SEM, memory windows, leakage currents and polarization characteristics of NBT-BT3 thin films are also well developed.
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