Difference between revisions of "Optical Film Thickness (Filmetrics)"

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'''TOOL DECOMISSIONED - Used the [[Optical Film Thickness & Wafer-Mapping (Filmetrics F50)|<u>Filmetrics F50</u>]] instead. 2022-05-13'''
 
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=About=
 
This tool is for thickness and optical property measurements of films on substrates. The technique used is white light reflection. Data is taken with normal incidence reflection of white light (400 nm – 850 nm) from the surface. The data is modeled and the optical parameters are adjusted to give a best least-squared fit to the data. The accuracy of the technique will depend on the thickness of the film and the optical models used for the fitting of the data. For a more complete description go to [http://www.filmetrics.com/ Filmetrics].
 
This tool is for thickness and optical property measurements of films on substrates. The technique used is white light reflection. Data is taken with normal incidence reflection of white light (400 nm – 850 nm) from the surface. The data is modeled and the optical parameters are adjusted to give a best least-squared fit to the data. The accuracy of the technique will depend on the thickness of the film and the optical models used for the fitting of the data. For a more complete description go to [http://www.filmetrics.com/ Filmetrics].
  
 
=Equipment Specifications=
 
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*400-850 nm reflection spectrum
 
*400-850 nm reflection spectrum
 
*150 A to 50 um thickness only measurement
 
*150 A to 50 um thickness only measurement

Latest revision as of 07:27, 13 May 2022

TOOL DECOMISSIONED - Used the Filmetrics F50 instead. 2022-05-13
Optical Film Thickness (Filmetrics)
Filmmetrics.jpg
Tool Type Inspection, Test and Characterization
Location REMOVED FROM LAB
Supervisor Ning Cao
Supervisor Phone (805) 893-4689
Supervisor E-Mail ningcao@ece.ucsb.edu
Description Thin-Film Reflectometry
Manufacturer Filmetrics
Model Filmetrics F20


About

This tool is for thickness and optical property measurements of films on substrates. The technique used is white light reflection. Data is taken with normal incidence reflection of white light (400 nm – 850 nm) from the surface. The data is modeled and the optical parameters are adjusted to give a best least-squared fit to the data. The accuracy of the technique will depend on the thickness of the film and the optical models used for the fitting of the data. For a more complete description go to Filmetrics.

Equipment Specifications

  • 400-850 nm reflection spectrum
  • 150 A to 50 um thickness only measurement
  • 1000 A to 10 um thickness, n, and k measurements
  • 1 nm accuracy at 500 nm thickness
  • Manual wafer placement
  • Data can all be saved
  • Can model up to three layers