TITLE

Spectroscopic study on rotational and vibrational temperature of N2 and N2+ in dual-frequency capacitively coupled plasma

AUTHOR(S)
Xiao-Jiang Huang; Yu Xin; Lei Yang; Quan-Hua Yuan; Zhao-Yuan Ning
PUB. DATE
November 2008
SOURCE
Physics of Plasmas;11/1/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p113504
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
By using optical emission spectroscopy, the vibrational and rotational temperatures of N2 and N2+ in capacitively coupled plasma (CCP) discharges driven by dual-frequency 41 MHz and 2 MHz are investigated. The vibrational and rotational temperatures are measured based on the N2+ first negative system and N2 second positive system overlapped molecular emission optical spectrum, using the method of comparing the measured and calculated spectra with a least-square procedure. The influence of the rotational and vibrational temperatures with input power of the high frequency (HF) and low frequency (LF) as well as the gas pressure is discussed. It is found that the vibrational or rotational temperatures of N2 and N2+ are decoupled in dual-frequency CCP discharge. The influence of the LF power on N2+ rotational and vibrational temperature is much more than that of N2, while the influence of HF power is just opposite to the case of LF power. The reason for this is thought to be the variation of electron temperature when applying HF or LF power. Additionally, the increase of gas pressure makes the difference between the vibrational and rotational temperature decrease.
ACCESSION #
35541225

 

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