Growth of AlN Crystal Using Reactive Sputtering Method With Variation of Nitrogen Gas Pressure and Substrate Temperature

dianita warda dani


Today’s semi-conductor technology continues to develop, both in terms of material discovery, manufacturing technique, as well as implementation and the development. In this research, the researcher will utilize the AlN synthesis with a reactive sputtering method on the substrate SiO2 that has done with variation substrate temperature of (200, 250, 300oC), and the nitrogen gas pressure of 10, 15 and 20 mBar. This study successfully synthesize nanomaterial AlN with a hexagonal crystal system and shows the wurtzite phase is formed. While morphology AlN formed composed of particles - spherical shaped particles. From this research it is known that raising the temperature of the substrate produces more uniform morphology and homogeneous, the surface roughness is formed from 15,4 to 84 nm and obtained the crystal size is 64-87 nm. While the addition of nitrogen gas pressure causes the better crystallinity. The research obtained AlN with Optical Transversal wave type at a wavenumber of 600-670 cm-1. While the growth of AlN crystal growth of AlN is best obtained on the parameters of the substrate temperature 290 °C and nitrogen gas pressure of 20 mbar.

Teks Lengkap:

PDF (English)


Shi, Zhongqi Shi (2014). “Combustion synthesis of AlN nanowhiskers with differentmetallic catalysts” Journal of Crystal Growth, 323:286-289.

Yoon, Jong-Hwan. (2014). “Alternative vapor-liquid-solid process in Au-assisted growth of silica nanowires”. Materials Letters, 123:131-134.

Yu, Leshu, Lv, Y., Zhang, X., Zhang, Y., Zou, R., dan Zhang, F. (2011). “Vapor-liquid-solid growth route to AlN nanowires on Au-coated Si substrate by direct nitridation of Al powder”. Journal of Crystal Growth, 334:57-61.

Wei, Z.Q., Zhang, (2014). “Effects of sputtering pressure on nanostructure and nanomechanical properties of AlN films prepared by RF reactive sputtering”, Vol 2, 2845−2855.

Mortet, V dkk (2003). “Aluminium nitride films deposition by reactive triode sputtering for surface acoustic wave device applications”. Surface Coatings and Technology. 176:88–92

Planck Van, R. P. Devaty, and W. J. Choyke,(2009) “Infrared reflectance of thin aluminum nitride films on various substrates”, Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 62, pp. 750-752.


  • Saat ini tidak ada refbacks.