PRODUCTION OF SUPERCONDUCTING THICK-FILMS THROUGH CATION CHELATED ORGANIC PRECURSORS

1992-01-01
A process involving dissolution of cations from oxides and carbonates in a polyhydroxyl alcohol solution has been made real, which enables us to produce high-Tc superconducting Y-Ba-Cu-O thick films of desired thickness. It was demonstrated that 5–30 μm thick films of Y-Ba-Cu-O system can be successfully synthesized from the oxides and carbonates by painting onto different substrates, namely siliconwafer, single crystal quartz and α-alumina. Also it was shown that the substrate material played ultimate role on the superconducting behaviour of the films and adhesivity of these films.
Citation Formats
A. M. Özenbaş and M. YAVUZ, “PRODUCTION OF SUPERCONDUCTING THICK-FILMS THROUGH CATION CHELATED ORGANIC PRECURSORS,” 1992, vol. 209, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/70238.