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Title Structure and properties of nanostructured NbN and Nb-Si-N films depending on the conditions of deposition: Experiment and theory
Authors Ivashchenko, V.I.
Skrynskii, P.L.
Litvin, O.S.
Pohrebniak, Oleksandr Dmytrovych  
Rogoz, V.N.
Abadias, G.
Sobol, O.V.
Kuz’menko, A.P.
Keywords NbN
Nb–Si–N
molecular dynamics
superhardness
nanocomposite
Type Article
Date of Issue 2015
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/46498
Publisher Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
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Citation Structure and properties of nanostructured NbN and Nb-Si-N films depending on the conditions of deposition: Experiment and theory [Текст] / V.I. Ivashchenko, P.L. Skrynskii, O.S. Litvin [et al.] // The Physics of Metals and Metallography. — 2015. — №116(10). — P. 1015-1028.
Abstract The first results of studying the phase–structural state, properties, sizes of nanograins, hardness, and microstresses in nanocomposite NbN and Nb–Si–N films are given. The investigated films were obtained by the method of the magnetron sputtering of Nb and Si targets onto silicon substrates at different negative potentials at the substrate (from 0 to –70 V), nitrogen pressures PN, and discharge powers at the targets. To determine the thermal stability of the films, they were annealed at 600, 800, and 1000°C in a vacuum.It was revealed for the first time that the NbN films have a twophase nanocomposite structure, which consists of δNbN (NaCl structure type) and α'NbN. The δNbN phase is also formed in Nb–Si–N films, where it is enveloped by an amorphous Si3N4 phase The hardness of the Nb–Si–N films reaches 46 GPa, which cor responds to the level of superhardness, while the hardness of the NbN nanocomposites is somewhat lower, but also very high (34 GPa). The experimental results for the Nb–Si–N films were explained based on the data obtained from the firstprinciples calculations of the NbN/SixNy heterostructures by the molecular dynamics method.
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