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New Phys.: Sae Mulli 2018; 68: 1052-1058
Published online October 31, 2018 https://doi.org/10.3938/NPSM.68.1052
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Kyoung Hwa KIM1, Ji-Hoon AHN1, Hyung Soo AHN*1, Min YANG1, Sam Nyung YI1, Injun JEON2, Chae Ryong CHO2, Hunsoo JEON3, Jae Hak LEE4, Hyo Suk LEE5, Suck-Whan KIM†6
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Single-crystalline copper microspheres were grown at a high temperature of T = 1150 $^\circ$C for 2 h by using the mixed-source hydride vapor phase epitaxy (HVPE) method in a simplified reactor interlinked in series without any separation between the growth and the source zones. The single-crystalline copper microspheres in the first growth process were grown on a metallic compound graphite substrate composed of 15 wt% copper and 85 wt% carbon by using a graphite boat filled with a mixed source of Al+Ga+Mg in the source zone. The copper microspheres coated by using the mixed source in the second growth process were grown on copper microspheres that had been grown on a quartz substrate with holes at a high temperature of T = 1150 $^\circ$C for 2 h by using a graphite boat filled with a mixed source of Al+Ga+Mg in the source zone after cooling the single-crystalline copper microspheres. The copper microspheres grown were characterized by using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS), and X-ray diffraction (XRD).
Keywords: Copper microspheres, Mixed-source HVPE, Al mixed materials, Secondary growth