In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis

Daniel L. Rokusek, Christopher R. Wagener, Martin Nieto-Perez, Jean P. Allain

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Abstract

Directed radiation synthesis and modification of materials with multi-component surfaces can lead to the creation of ordered nanostructures. These structures can induce changes in the mechanical and electronic properties of the materials. Ion-induced nanostructures can also change the function (e.g. reflectivity at 13.5-nm) of transition-metal extreme ultraviolet (EUV) reflective coatings (e.g. Ru, Pd, Rh). The effect of ion incident angle on stability of surface structures and their effects on surface properties are investigated. This work presents results for two cases to compare ion-induced structure versus chemical/elemental state. The two cases are Ar+ irradiated III-V compound semiconductor surfaces (e.g. GaSb and InP) and energetic Sn+ particles at normal and grazing incidence. In the first case, XPS spectra are used to illustrate changes in surface composition. Results are compared to simulated data. The second case uses LEISS spectra to monitor changes in surface composition and changes in EUV reflectivity. Both cases serve as motivation for a new experimental facility called PRIHSM.

LanguageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMaterials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments
Pages208-213
Number of pages6
Volume1137
StatePublished - 2008
Externally publishedYes
EventNano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments - Boston, MA, United States
Duration: Dec 1 2008Dec 5 2008

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OtherNano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments
CountryUnited States
CityBoston, MA
Period12/1/0812/5/08

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Surface structure
Nanostructures
Ions
synthesis
electronics
ions
reflectance
Reflective coatings
Electronic properties
Surface properties
Transition metals
Mechanical properties
III-V semiconductors
Radiation
grazing incidence
surface properties
incidence
transition metals
mechanical properties
coatings

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Rokusek, D. L., Wagener, C. R., Nieto-Perez, M., & Allain, J. P. (2008). In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis. In Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments (Vol. 1137, pp. 208-213)

In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis. / Rokusek, Daniel L.; Wagener, Christopher R.; Nieto-Perez, Martin; Allain, Jean P.

Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments. Vol. 1137 2008. p. 208-213.

Research output: ResearchConference contribution

Rokusek, DL, Wagener, CR, Nieto-Perez, M & Allain, JP 2008, In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis. in Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments. vol. 1137, pp. 208-213, Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments, Boston, MA, United States, 12/1/08.
Rokusek DL, Wagener CR, Nieto-Perez M, Allain JP. In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis. In Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments. Vol. 1137. 2008. p. 208-213.
Rokusek, Daniel L. ; Wagener, Christopher R. ; Nieto-Perez, Martin ; Allain, Jean P./ In-situ surface characterization of mechanical and electronic behavior during ionInduced nanostructure synthesis. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Nano- and Microscale Materials-Mechanical Properties and Behavior under Extreme Environments. Vol. 1137 2008. pp. 208-213
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