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Deposition of SiOx films by means of atmospheric pressure microplasma jets

@article{Benedikt2011DepositionOS,
  title={Deposition of SiOx films by means of atmospheric pressure microplasma jets},
  author={Jan Benedikt and R udiger Reuter and Dirk Ellerweg and Katja Rugner and Achim von Keudell},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
  year={2011}
}
Atmospheric pressure plasma jet sources are currently in the focus of many researchers for their promising applications in medical industry (e.g. treatment of living tissues), surface modification or material etching or synthesis. Here we report on the study of fundamental principles of deposition of SiOx films from microplasma jets with admixture of hexamethyldisiloxane [(CH3)3SiOSi(CH3)3, HMDSO] molecules and oxygen. The properties of the deposited films, the composition of the plasma as… 
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