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    Nwanya, A. C. Ugwuoke, P. E. Ezekoye, B. A. Osuji, R. U. and Ezema, F. I. 2013. Structural and Optical Properties of Chemical Bath Deposited Silver Oxide Thin Films: Role of Deposition Time. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 2013, p. 1.


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The Application of Silver Oxide Thin Films to Plasmon Photonic Devices

  • Junji Tominaga (a1), Dorothea Büchel (a1), Christophe Mihalcea (a1), Takayuki Shima (a1) and Toshio Fukaya (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1557/PROC-728-S7.3
  • Published online: 01 February 2011
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RF-magnetron sputtered thin films of silver oxide (AgOx) were recently applied to ultra-high density optical data storage. It has been elucidated that the AgOx film sandwiched by protection layers shows very attractive characteristics in strong light-scattering, local plasmon generation and super-resolution by focussing a laser beam on it. Especially, the combination with an active recording film (optical phase change or magneto-optical) used in the currently recordable optical disks improves the storage density and overcomes the diffraction limit. In this paper, we describe the basic characteristics of nano-scale light scattering centers generated in the AgOx films and the interaction with ultra-high density recorded mark patterns in a near-field region. In addition, we provide the structural transition of the AgOx film by thermal and laser annealing treatment.

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