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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Effects Of Surfactants On The Growth Characteristics Of Electroless Copper Films|
Dos Santos Filho S.G.
|Abstract:||This article reports on the effect of surfactants, such as Triton X-100, and polyethylene glycol with molecular weight 1000 (PEG-1000) on the growth characteristics of electroless copper films deposited onto smooth gold surfaces using a copper aqueous solution with formaldehyde as a reducing agent, and EDTA as complexing agent, deposition rate, density, resistivity, surface morphology of electroless copper films were investigated with the aid of some characterization techniques (profilometer, four point probe resistance, atomic force microscopy). It was found that PEG-1000 can be used to electroless copper deposition in order to get smooth copper surfaces with RMS roughness lower than 30nm for thicknesses lower than 2μm.|
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