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Clean Rooms - FHD

The ORC at Southampton has a state-of-the-art Flame Hydrolysis Deposition tool for growth of silica-on-silicon waveguide structures. The system allows the incorporation of germanium, phosphorous and boron doping within the silica, and is particularly optimised for high photosensitivity layer growth. The tool can grow films ranging from 2 microns to 20 microns in thickness.




RCUK Costed:Yes
School/Dept:Physical Sciences and Engineering
Building:New Mountbatten


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