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Ionized Assisted Deposition of Organic Films for Optoelectronic Applications
Final rept., 1 Mar-20 Dec 1991
HAMPTON UNIV VA
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This project Ionized assisted Deposition of Organic Films for Optoelectronic Applications has as the first year prime objective to deposit 2- methyl-4-nitroaniline MNA films on glass substrates. The experimental apparatus was operational with the exception of a suitable substrate holder and integration of the time of flight mass spectrometer into the system. In the 10 months of this project, we have designed and installed a liquid nitrogen cooled substrate holder and shutter. The time of flight mass spectrometer is complete and needs only to be calibrated. This is a straightforward process involving admitting a known gas such as Ar into the system and noting the time delay for its mass peak on the oscilloscope.
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