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Interface engineering to improve adhesion between low k stacks










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7259111.

A method of depositing a organosilicate dielectric layer exhibiting high adhesion strength to an underlying substrate disposed within a single processing chamber without plasma arcing. The method includes positioning a substrate within a processing chamber having a powered electrode, flowing an interface gas mixture into the processing chamber, the interface gas mixture comprising one or more organosilicon compounds and one or more oxidizing gases, depositing a silicon oxide layer on the substrate by varying process conditions, wherein DC bias of the powered electrode varies less than 60 volts.








 
 
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