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The effects of the glass substrate on the properties of rf glow discharge amorphous Si:H thin films

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Koo, Y.C. ; Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A4, Canada ; Perrin, R. ; Aust, K.T. ; Zukotynski, S.
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The quality of a rf glow discharge deposited a‐Si:H thin film is affected by the substrate material. As a result of ion bombardment, some of the reactive species from the glass substrate are introduced into the deposition chamber by desorption. These species are then adsorbed back into the surface with the decomposed gas and form impurities in the film. The presence of Na‐Si and K‐Si impurities in the a‐Si:H film lowers the electrical conductivity and decreases the film stability.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:63 ,  Issue: 7 )