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Implementation of new optical thin film protection element
Hubička, Zdeněk ; Čada, Martin ; Olejníček, Jiří ; Kšírová, Petra ; Tvarog, Drahoslav ; Houha, R. ; Matulová, L.
A new optical protection element was developed with a semiconductor thin film with defined electrical and optical properties.\n
Co-Mn Mixed Oxides Preared by Magnetron Sputtering on Meshes as Catalysts for Oxidation of Organic Compounds.
Jirátová, Květa ; Perekrestov, Roman ; Dvořáková, M. ; Balabánová, Jana ; Koštejn, Martin ; Topka, Pavel ; Kšírová, Petra ; Čada, Martin ; Hubička, Zdeněk ; Kovanda, F.
The catalysts with various Mn content were examined by XRD, SEM, FUR. XPS, and Ih-TPR. tested in the gas-phase oxidation of model organic compound (ethanol) and compared with pelletized commercial Co-Mn- Al mixed oxide catalyst (Astin 2-100, Czech Republic, Co:Mn:Al molar ratio of 4:1:1 ).
Hybrid reactive HiPIMS deposition system for the deposition of functional metal oxide thin films
Hubička, Zdeněk ; Čada, Martin ; Olejníček, Jiří ; Kšírová, Petra ; Tvarog, Drahoslav
The report describes a hybrid reactive HiPIMS deposition system for the deposition of functional metal oxide thin films with defined optical properties.
Plasma deposition system for long electrically conductive tubes
Hubička, Zdeněk
The report describes a plasma deposition method with pulsed hollow cathode for coatings of long electrically conductive tubes.
Application of low temperature plasma jet systems for the deposition of thin films
Hubička, Zdeněk ; Kment, Štěpán ; Olejníček, Jiří ; Čada, Martin ; Straňák, V. ; Klusoň, J. ; Tichý, M. ; Klusoň, Petr
The low pressure DC pulsed or RF pulsed modulated hollow cathode plasma jets worked on the principle of the reactive sputtering of the hollow cathode usually in the gas mixture of Ar + O2 or N2. The DC pulsed power supplier was applied with combination of the RF source for the plasma jets generation. It was clearly demonstrated that properties of TiO2 and TiO2:N films significantly depended on the plasma parameters. First, the produced films were characterized with the aid of a number of methods (AFM, SEM, XRD, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), UV–vis spectrometry). Further, the films were judged in terms of their specific optical functionality to generate photocurrents upon being illuminated with spectrally well defined narrow light beams. The parameters of the chemically reactive plasma in the jets were determined using the time-resolved Langmuir probe system. The measurement of the ion energy distribution function was performed by means of the RFA.
Plasma-jet systems - experiment and model
Rubovič, Peter ; Hubička, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kudrna, Pavel (advisor)
In the present work we study the ow of working gas through a plasmajet system. In this work we describe the basic principle of hollow cathode discharge and its use for technological applications, mainly for thin layers coating. One of the important parameters during the deposition is the speed of the working gas ow and with it the sputtered target material towards the substrate. Because of the reproducibility and precision of the experiments it is important to know the relation between the working gas ow and external parameters of the experiment, e.g. ow of the gas and the pressure in the chamber. This is the reason why measurements of ions velocity using Langmuire electrostatic probe and pulse regime of plasmajet were done. Measured data are compared with a computer model, which was developed in this work. This model describes the ow of the working gas by solving Navier-Stokes equation for compressible Newtonian uids. The results of this model are compared with results from the paper describing the ow through the hollow cathode. It shows good agreement inside the cathode. The model is giving dierent results when comparing to measured data which are from the area outside the cathode. Part of the model description is a discussion of the temperature dependence of the ow.
Photo-Electrochemical Properties of Hierarchical Nanocomposite Structure: Carbon Nanofibers/TiO2/ZnO Thin Films
Hubička, Zdeněk ; Kment, Štěpán ; Gregora, Ivan ; Čada, Martin ; Olejníček, Jiří ; Klusoň, Petr ; Petras, D. ; Krýsa, J. ; Jastrabík, Lubomír ; Dytrych, Pavel
In this contribution we report on photoelectrochemical functionality of the multilayers system consisting of CNF's/photoactive anatase TiO2/ conductive ZnO thin films. Recently the thin phthalocyanines films has been prepared and studied individually.
Preparation of ZnO Layers by Surfatron with Possible Photo-Catalytic Usage
Dytrych, Pavel ; Slater, M. ; Klusoň, Petr ; Churpita, Olexandr ; Hubička, Zdeněk ; Čada, Martin ; Morozová, Magdalena ; Zita, B. ; Krýsa, J. ; Straňák, Vítězslav
Pecvd method in this contribution we deal with the preparation of thin layers of ZnO, which exhibit interesting photo-sensitive properties. ZnO functional layers were prepared by surfatron by a PECVD method.

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