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12. Measured Paschen law for silane, hydrogen, nitrogen, and argon. (Redrawn from K. M. H. D. Thesis, Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht. ) gas mixture used. This law relates the product p L and the breakdown voltage Vb (or minimum sustaining voltage) of the discharge" Vb -- C~ pL (15) C2 + In p L with C1 and C2 constants that are dependent on the gas mixture. For large p L the breakdown voltage is proportional to p L. 1-10 Torr cm [ 117]. Measurements on argon, silane, hydrogen, and nitrogen [ 185, 186] are shown in Figure 12.

However, this high flexibility comes with high investment costs. Two types of multichamber systems can be distinguished, the cluster configuration and the in-line configuration. The cluster configuration is more or less an enlarged copy of a laboratory-scale system, and offers the greatest flexibility. Transport and isolation chambers can be shared by many deposition chambers, and, depending on the actual configuration, production can be continued even while some reactors are down. A cassette of substrates (batch) can be processed completely automatically, which increases throughput of the production system.

V) FIG. 9. 9]. Note that the slope is independent of the gas used. is assumed that the potential variation over the complete discharge is harmonic: Vsp(t) - Vsg(t) = VRF sin cot + Vdc (9) A further assumption is that the time-averaged current is zero, because of the capacitive coupling of the power supply to the electrodes. With this model unequalsize electrode systems can be modeled, by using an area ratio ot = Ag/Ap. The ratio between Vdc and VRF has been calculated for 1 < c~ < 10, and is in excellent agreement [ 174, 175] with experimental data [ 176, 177].

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