Interactions between Thick Film Superconductors and Various Metal Substrates
Article publication date: 1 January 1992
Interactions between stainless steel and silver and gold based thick film conductors and YBa2Cu3O7 thick film superconductors were studied by SEM and EDX. The stainless steel reacted with the superconducting layer, forming a Ba‐Fe‐O compound on the interface, while BaO‐depleted YBa2Cu3O7 compound transformed into insulating Y2BaCuO5 compound. When YBa2Cu3O7 is fired on a gold thick film conductor, a thin layer of Y2BaCuO5 compound forms between the conductor and the superconducting film. In the case of a thin Ag conductor, BaO diffused through the silver film and reacted with alumina ceramic to the depth of a few μm. When a thicker silver layer (40–50 μm) was used, diffusion did not occur.
Hrovat, M., Bernik, S. and Kolar, D. (1992), "Interactions between Thick Film Superconductors and Various Metal Substrates", Microelectronics International, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 5-6. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb044462
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