2 edition of deposition of metal films from organometallic compounds. found in the catalog.
deposition of metal films from organometallic compounds.
David Leslie Perry
Written in English
Ph. D. thesis. Typescript.
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Chemical Vapor Deposition of Metal‐Containing Thin‐Film Materials from Organometallic Compounds James T. Spencer Department of Chemistry, and the W.
Keck Center for Molecular Electronics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New YorkCited by: This book offers detailed, up- to-date coverage of the chemistry behind the vapor deposition of different metals from organometallic precursors. Deposition of metal films from organometallic compounds.
book nine chapters, the CVD of metals including aluminum, tungsten, gold, silver. The deposition of metal silicide thin films can be undertaken using volatile organometallic complexes. Organometallic vapor phase epitaxy or metal-organic chemical vapor phase epitaxy has a number of potential advantages over conventional chemical vapor deposition and molecular beam epitaxy technologies, and a number of novel thin film materials may be made from Cited by: Photochemical vapor deposition of mixed-metal thin films from organometallic precursors containing heteronuclear metal-metal bonds.
Materials Letters10 (), Cited by: Organometallic compounds are a general class of metal precursors that are used for chemical vapor deposition of metal films and nanoparticle nucleation in the gas : James T.
Spencer. Thin Solid Films, 67 () L L28 Elsevier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne--Printed in the Netherlands L25 Letter Deposition of metal fllm~ by the controlled decomposition of organometallic compomads on surfaces PATRICIA M. GEORGE AND J.
BEAUCHAMP Arthur Amos Noyes Laboratory of Chemical Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.
(U.S.A.). Abstract. This review describes the principles and practice of atomic layer deposition (ALD) for thin-film growth emphasising recent progress in precursor chemistry. Various types of metal-containing precursors including conventional volatile inorganic compounds and chelates are introduced with the main emphasis on true organometallics where the metal alkyls and cyclopentadienyl compounds seem most suitable for ALD deposition.
Vacuum/volume 35/numbers /pages to / Printed in Great Britain X/85$+ Pergamon Press Ltd Chemical vapour deposition of metal silicides from organometallic compounds with silicon-metal bonds B J Aylett and A A Tannahill, Department of Chemistry, Queen Mary College, University of London, London El 4NS, UK The formation of thin.
Despite the ready deposition of WO 3 films from tungsten carbonyl precursors, their use on industrial scale requires scrubbing of the reactor effluent to scavenge the highly toxic carbon monoxide byproduct of deposition. Thus, other tungsten organometallic compounds have been examined as precursors.
Microelectronics and Reliability Pergamon Press Vol. 6, pp. Printed in Great Britain THE VAPOUR PHASE DEPOSITION OF METALS AND THEIR COMPOUNDS: APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRONICS R.
BUCK U.K.A.E.A., Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, Aldermaston, Berkshire Al~tract--The electronic applications of metal-containing chemical compounds are outlined.
Robert H. Crabtree, Ph. D., is Whitehead professor in the Department of Chemistry at Yale has served on the editorial boards of Chemical Reviews, New Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Molecular Catalysis, and Organometallics and has received numerous awards for his research accomplishments including the Centenary Prize of the Royal Society of Chemistry () and the.
ROBERT H. CRABTREE, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Chemistry at Yale University. He has served on the editorial boards of Chemical Reviews, New Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Molecular Catalysis, and Organometallics and has received numerous awards for his research accomplishments including the Organometallic Chemistry Prize of Royal Society of Chemistry.
Material synthesis by the transformation of organometallic compounds (precursors) by vapor deposition techniques such as chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and atomic layer deposition (ALD) has been in the forefront of modern day research and development of new materials.
While atomic layer deposition (ALD) has become a well-established fabrication method for thin oxide films on such geometries, attempts to develop ALD processes for elemental metal films have met with only mixed success.
The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals, Seventh Edition is an insightful book that will appeal to all advanced undergraduate and graduate students in organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and bioinorganic chemistry, as well as any practicing chemist in those s: 1.
The deposition of thin metal films is of great importance in a variety of technological areas. A method which is gaining increasing attention is Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD or OMVPE). Despite widespread use of CVD, little systematic work has been done to evaluate new source complexes.
Thermodynamic studies are particularly important, since these factors control whether the. Organometallic compounds, with their metal–carbon bonds (e.g., WMe 6), lie at the interface between classical organic and inorganic chemistry in dealing with the interaction between inorganic metal species and organic molecules.
In the related metal–organic compound area. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Metal-Containing Thin-Film Materials from Organometallic Compounds. , DOI: /ch3.
Interactions of organometallic compounds with metal surfaces can be used to produce metal films and coatings as well as to modify the properties of metal catalysts for hydrocarbon conversion. The literature is reviewed, and results are evaluated characterizing the interaction of metal carbonyl clusters with surfaces of supported metals under.
The compounds have been investigated as new possible precursors for metal–organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD). Compounds 1 and 2 are solids, while 3 and 4 are liquids. The deposition of metal thin films can be undertaken using volatile organometallic complexes.
Metal-organic chemical vapor deposition has a number of potential advantages over conventional chemical vapor deposition and molecular beam epitaxy technologies, and a number of novel thin film materials can be made from organometallic compounds.Applied Organometallic Chemistry publishes Full Papers, Reviews, Mini Reviews and Communications of scientific research in all areas of organometallic and metal-organic chemistry involving main group metals, transition metals, lanthanides and actinides.
All contributions should contain an explicit application of novel compounds, for instance in.A second organometallic compound is an organometallic compound for manufacturing an iridium film or an iridium oxide film by a chemical vapor deposition process, wherein the organometallic compound for chemical vapor deposition is alkylcyclopentadienyl(1,5-cyclooctadiene)iridium having a substituent of any alkyl group of n-propyl group, iso.