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Relation of cathode voltage to stress for DC magnetron sputtered SiO2 films

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This investigation explored the relation of cathode voltage to stress of magnetron sputtered SiO2 films. Films deposited at potentials from 320 to 500 volts had corresponding film stresses of 195 MPa to 272 MPa.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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