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Near-ultraviolet optical absorption behavior of multilayer films
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10.1063/1.2207723
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FIG. 1.

(a) The percent transmission as a function of wavelength for multilayers, single layer , and films on fused silica substrates. (b) Enlargement of (a) near the fundamental optical absorption edge.

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The optical absorption coefficient as a function of energy for multilayers and single layer (SL) on fused silica substrates.

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HRTEM images of (a) film A showing its three bilayers of each. layers are light and layers are dark. (b) Film B taken in contrast at severe underfocus, showing its six bilayers of each. layers are darker and layers are light. In addition, the intralayer columnar structure can be resolved. (c) A high resolution image showing a typical nanocrystallite within a layer, including a central grain with a [001] zone axis, planar defects (e.g., the feature between the arrows), and {110} steps (e.g., the feature enclosed by the oval) (from Ref. 34).

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(a) Plan view XRD rutile (110) peak for as-grown multilayers. (b) Cross-sectional view electron diffraction patterns of companion films B and C on oxidized Si showing rings from rutile nanocrystallites (from Ref. 37).

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Raman signal intensity vs wave number for multilayers on gold-coated glass substrates. Peaks are attributed to rutile modes: (1) , (2) , (3) , and (4) . Dashed line is Au substrate signal.

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vs for multilayers and single layer on fused silica substrates. recorded in the insert were calculated from regression lines through the data to .

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(a) normalized by the volume fraction of , , in a bilayer vs . (b) normalized by the effective volume fraction of vitreous rutile VF(Ti–O–Ti) vs , showing overlap with single layer . Values of VF(Ti–O–Ti) are given in Table II.

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Table I.

Architecture of multilayers.

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Table II.

The nominal volume fraction and the effective volume fraction of vitreous rutile VF(Ti–O–Ti) for multilayers.

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Scitation: Near-ultraviolet optical absorption behavior of TiO2–Al2O3 multilayer films
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/99/12/10.1063/1.2207723
10.1063/1.2207723
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