Vol. 12, no.2, 2020


Physical and electrodynamic properties of nanoscale conductive films on polymer substrates

Alim S. Mazinov

Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, https://cfuv.ru/
Simferopol 295007, Russian Federation
E-mail: mazinovas@cfuv.ru

Received March 25, 2020; reviewed April 6, 2020; accepted April 20, 2020
Abstract. The interaction of high-frequency electromagnetic radiation with thin nanometer-sized aluminum films deposited by magnetron sputtering on flexible polymer substrates is considered. Experimental studies were carried out on a vector panoramic meter P4226 in the frequency range 8.2 - 12.2 GHz. The dependences of the relative powers of the reflected, absorbed, and transmitted waves on the film thickness and the relationship of the electrodynamic characteristics with the surface topography are obtained.

Keywords:microwave radiation, nanoscale films, metal-dielectric structures, absorption coefficient, reflection, transmission, aluminum

PACS 61.48.+c, 61.66.Hq, 73.61.−r

RENSIT, 2020, 12(2):247-252. DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2020.12.247.

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