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Thermal resistance at Al-Ge2Sb2Te5 interface
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FIG. 1.

Measured relative change of reflectivity using the TRPP for Al-GST according to the sample temperature.

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FIG. 2.

Experimental data (circles) and simulation (line) using the known GST thermal conductivity and the identified TBR for the 3 crystalline states in the ns; inset is the relative sensitivity of relatively to the TBR at the Al-GST interface according to the GST state and considering thermal properties in Table I .

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FIG. 3.

Identified TBR at the Al-GST interface according to the sample temperature (blue diamond), high temperature asymptotic DMM theoretical values (red squares), and high temperature asymptotic DMM theoretical values with interfacial layer (grey dot).

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FIG. 4.

ToF-SIMS for the as-deposited (ad) amorphous GST with Al capped layer and the annealed sample at 400 °C (GST in phase). Dashed line locates the perfectly flat ideal interface and the gray area evidenced the interface width.

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FIG. 5.

Normalized acoustic vibrations in the 0-25 ps time range for Al on GST according to the GST crystalline phase and temperature. Measurement (blue cross) and simulation (red line).


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Table I.

Band-gap , grain size , phonon group longitudinal ( ), and transverse ( ) velocities, specific heat per unit volume (), Debye temperature ( ) for GST (α, , and ), Al and GST atomic density (), density (ρ), thermal conductivity , and acoustic impedance ().

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Table II.

Measured TBR (from identification based on the heat transfer model and TRPP data), theoretical phonon transmission coefficient ( ), calculated thermal resistance at the interface ( ) using the asymptotic relation at high temperature, measured average roughness () on GST alone and on Al, measured oscillation frequency (), acoustic reflection coefficients ( ), phonon transmission coefficient ( ) from acoustic TRPP data and massless spring ( ) per unit length of the interfacial layer.


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Scitation: Thermal resistance at Al-Ge2Sb2Te5 interface