Synthesis of Strontium Oxide Whiskers with Preferential <111> Orientation by Atmospheric Chemical Vapor Deposition


  •  Keiji Komatsu    
  •  Morito Tanabe    
  •  Ikumi Toda    
  •  Shigeo Ohshio    
  •  Hiroyuki Muramatsu    
  •  Hidetoshi Saitoh    

Abstract

Highly oriented strontium oxide (SrO) whiskers were obtained using a chemical vapor deposition technique at atmospheric pressure. The SrO whiskers were synthesized on a single-crystalline Si(100) substrate from strontium bis-dipivaloylmethanate, Sr(C11H19O2)2. The presence of face-centered cubic (fcc) SrO structures was confirmed. The hexagonal SrO whiskers were preferentially oriented in the <111> direction upon increasing deposition time. This phenomenon is based on equilibrium figure in the <111> direction of fcc crystals.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-0585
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-0593
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: quarterly

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