Electron Collision Cross Sections for the TRIES Molecule and Electron Transport Coefficients in TRIES-Ar and TRIES-O2 Mixtures
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A reliable set of low-energy electron collision cross sections for the triethoxysilane (TRIES) molecule was derived based on the measured electron transport coefficients for a pure TRIES molecule by using an electron swarm method and a two-term approximation of the Boltzmann equation. The electron transport coefficients calculated using the derived set are in good agreement with experimental value over a wide range of E/N values (ratio of the electric field E to the neutral number density N). The present electron collision cross section set for the TRIES molecule, therefore, is the most reliable so far for plasma discharges and for materials processing using the TRIES molecule. Moreover, the electron transport coefficients for the TRIES-Ar and the TRIES-O2 mixtures were also calculated and analyzed over a wide range of E/N for the first time.
KeywordsElectron collision cross section Triethoxysilane [Hsi(OC2H5)3] TRIES molecule Electron swarm study Electron transport coefficient Boltzmann equation analysis
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