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New developments in processing cathodic arc plasmas
1997 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' New developments in processing cathodic arc plasmas ' Filtering of plasmas by curved solenoidal ducts is well established as a method of removing macroparticles. By analyzing the interactions of planar probes with the drifting plasma of the cathodic arc, new insights have been obtained into the operation of these ducts. Theoretical modeling of these interactions suggests, and experiment confirms, that the use of a separate biased electrode on the inside of the duct gives enhanced transmission without drawing excessive electron current. Theoretical modeling of a negatively biased planar electrode lying parallel to the drift velocity as well as experiment both show that ions are captured effectively onto the electrode producing a macroparticle free film at good deposition rates. The application of pulsed high voltage to the substrate placed at the exit of the duct is treated theoretically, and a model is proposed which gives a good agreement with the experimental concentration profile for a silicon surface coated and simultaneously implanted with titanium.
Cathodic Arc Plasmas
Curved Solenoidal Ducts
Separate Biased Electrode
Negatively Biased Planar Electrode
Macroparticle Free Film
Pulsed High Voltage
Plasma Materials Processing
Engineered Materials, Dielectrics And Plasmas