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Effects of ion and nanosecond-pulsed laser co-irradiation on the surface nanostructure of Au thin films on SiO2 glass substrates

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Title: Effects of ion and nanosecond-pulsed laser co-irradiation on the surface nanostructure of Au thin films on SiO2 glass substrates
Authors: Yu, Ruixuan Browse this author
Shibayama, Tamaki Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Meng, Xuan Browse this author
Takayanagi, Shinya Browse this author
Yatsu, Shigeo Browse this author
Ishioka, Junya Browse this author
Watanabe, Seiichi Browse this author
Issue Date: 14-Apr-2014
Publisher: AIP Publishing
Journal Title: Journal of Applied Physics
Volume: 115
Issue: 14
Start Page: 143104-1
End Page: 143104-8
Publisher DOI: 10.1063/1.4871016
Abstract: Ion irradiation and short-pulsed laser irradiation can be used to form nanostructures on the surfaces of substrates. This work investigates the synergistic effects of ion and nanosecond-pulsed laser co-irradiation on surface nanostructuring of Au thin films deposited under vacuum on SiO2 glass substrates. Gold nanoparticles are randomly formed on the surface of the substrate after nanosecond-pulsed laser irradiation under vacuum at a wavelength of 532 nm with a repetition rate of 10 Hz and laser energy density of 0.124 kJ/m(2). Gold nanoparticles are also randomly formed on the substrate after 100-keV Ar+ ion irradiation at doses of up to 3.8 x 10(15) ions/cm(2), and nearly all of these nanoparticles are fully embedded in the substrate. With increasing ion irradiation dose (number of incident laser pulses), the mean diameter of the Au nanoparticles decreases (increases). However, Au nanoparticles are only formed in a periodic surface arrangement after co-irradiation with 6000 laser pulses and 3.8 x 10(15) ions/cm(2). The periodic distance is similar to 540 nm, which is close to the wavelength of the nanosecond-pulsed laser, and the mean diameter of the Au nanoparticles remains at similar to 20 nm with a relatively narrow distribution. The photoabsorption peaks of the ion-or nanosecond-pulsed laser-irradiated samples clearly correspond to the mean diameter of Au nanoparticles. Conversely, the photoabsorption peaks for the co-irradiated samples do not depend on the mean nanoparticle diameter. This lack of dependence is likely caused by the periodic nanostructure formed on the surface by the synergistic effects of co-irradiation.
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