Iridium Metal as Potential Substrates for Experiments in Space View Full Text


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DATE

2004

AUTHORS

Li Yan , John A. Woollam

ABSTRACT

Due to its unique properties, Iridium is currently being considered by NASA as a substrate (optically thick Ir on ultra-smooth fused silica) for the study of contamination layers deposited in the space environment. Extremely smooth thin films of iridium were deposited in this work onto super-polished fused silica substrates, using DC magnetron sputtering in an argon plasma. The influence of deposition process parameters on film micro-roughness was investigated. Moreover, Ir film optical constants were determined using variable angle spectroscopic ellipsometry, over the spectral range from vacuum ultraviolet to middle infrared (140 nm-35 μm). Because the Ir films were optically thick and the surface roughness were measured by atomic force microscopy, and then accounted for in the optical model, the as-determined film optical constants are expected to be the best available for Ir bulk metals, minimally affected by surface over-layers or microstructure. More... »

PAGES

307-317

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TITLE

Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment

ISBN

1-4020-1690-5

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