|Title:||Ultrafast synthesis of continuous Au thin films from chloroauric acid solution using an atmospheric pressure plasma jet||Authors:||Wu T.-J.
|Issue Date:||2015||Journal Volume:||5||Journal Issue:||121||Start page/Pages:||99654-99657||Source:||RSC Advances||Abstract:||
Au can be easily formed by thermal calcination via the reduction of chloroauric acid. However, a conventional hot-plate or furnace calcination procedure often results in a piecewise and island-like film. In this study, the rapid synthesis of continuous Au thin films from spin-coated chloroauric acid precursor films is demonstrated by using an atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ). The sheet resistance decreases from 2.175 to 0.997 £[ sq-1 as the APPJ processing time increases from 7 to 60 s. This ultrafast synthesis of continuous Au thin films is made possible by the synergistic effect of the highly energetic/reactive nitrogen species and the heat generated by APPJs. ? The Royal Society of Chemistry 2015.
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