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Etch induced microwave losses in titanium nitride superconducting resonators
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10.1063/1.4729623
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

(a) Sketch of a coplanar waveguide structure. Here, G denotes the gap between the ground plane and the centerstrip, W the width of the center strip, D the depth of the trench, and T the thickness of the TiN film. The inset shows the top corner of the CPW center strip and illustrates the position of substrate-vacuum (S-V), conductor-vacuum (C-V), and conductor-substrate (C-S) interfaces in the cross-section of the CPW. (b) Extracted internal loss as a function of internal voltage of the resonators described in Table II. The different markers represent the different resonators: () F1, () F2,() Cl1, () Cl2, () Cl3, and () IM. The lines are fits of Eq. (1) by the use of the calculated electric field in region S-V (solid) and region C-S (dashed).

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FIG. 2.

SEM images of different etched samples. (a) Trenched F-etch F1. (b) Trenched Cl-etch Cl1. (c) Non trenched Cl-etch Cl3. (d) Trenched ion milled IM. From the cross sections, it is clear that the F-etched resonator has an undercut profile that is not observed for the Cl-etched resonators. It can also be seen that the ion-milled profile has re-deposited material on the top and sides of the TiN film.

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FIG. 3.

Calculated filling factors of the substrate-vacuum (S-V), conductor-vacuum (C-V), and conductor-substrate (C-S) interfaces for resonators F1, F2, Cl1, Cl2, and Cl3. Only a minor part of the total electric energy is stored at the interfaces with ∼90% of the total electric energy is stored in the bulk of the Si substrate and only ∼10% is stored in the vacuum. The difference in measured loss between the two Cl-etched resonator Cl1 and Cl3 is well explained by the difference in filling factors of the S-V and C-S interfaces.

Tables

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Table I.

Parameters for the different etches used in the experiment. An 8 in. ion gun was used for the ion mill.

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Table II.

Extracted parameters for the different resonators (see Fig. 1(a)). The parameters of the different etches are given in Table I. The geometric inductance L g and kinetic inductance L k are calculated through the method of Sheen et al. 21 The best fit is obtained assuming a penetration depth of 245 nm, close to that previously obtained for TiN films.13 The capacitance is obtained from FEM calculations.

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Scitation: Etch induced microwave losses in titanium nitride superconducting resonators
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/100/26/10.1063/1.4729623
10.1063/1.4729623
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