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    Alp Findikoglu, Sascha Kreiskott, Riele, P. te Riele, V. Matias

    Role of beam divergence and ion-to-molecule flux ratio in ion-beam-assisted deposition texturing of MgO

    Journal of Materials Research, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 501-504


    DOI: 10.1557/jmr.2004.19.2.501

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    The effect of process conditions on the biaxial texture of MgO films grown by ion-beam-assisted deposition (IBAD) was studied. The texture showed a strong dependence on the Ar+/MgO flux ratio, but a weak dependence on the divergence of Ar+ beam. One hundred-nanometer-thick epi-MgO on less than 10-nm-thick textured IBAD-MgO films that were grown on 7-nm-thick Y2O3 layers on fused silica, metal alloy tape, and polished Si substrates showed biaxial texture with in- and out-of-plane orientation distributions of less than 4° and 2°, respectively. These results strengthen the notion that the IBAD technique could serve as a universal technological process to integrate amorphous and polycrystalline substrates with various oxide and semiconductor films that need to be grown with good biaxial texture.

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    B. Gibbons, Alp Findikoglu, Sascha Kreiskott, L. Bronisz, Peterson, D., V. Matias

    Accelerated coated conductor program at Los Alamos national laboratory

    IEEE Transactions on Appiled Superconductivity, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 2488-2491


    DOI: 10.1109/TASC.2003.811828

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    In order to accelerate research and development of coated conductors (CC), a new facility has been developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) with labs dedicated to scaled-up fabrication and characterization of CC. These laboratories include facilities for metal tape preparation, ion-beam assisted deposition (IBAD) of template layers, superconductor deposition by laser ablation (PLD), as well as materials characterization including low-temperature transport measurements. The work builds on the prior successes of the LANL CC program, such as the benchmark results of critical currents over 300 A on 1-cm-wide short samples deposited via IBAD and PLD. The new labs have recently been completed and include the ability for reel-to-reel tape processing and characterization. Fabrication of long lengths of tape (>10 m) allow for high-throughput experimentation by linear combinatorial design. This facility is also made to enable collaboration with industrial and other partners.