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Microstructuring of glass with excimer laser radiation at different processing gas atmospheres for microreaction technology

: Jacquorie, M.; Kreutz, E.W.; Poprawe, R.

Chen, X. ; Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers -SPIE-, Bellingham/Wash.:
High-power lasers in manufacturing : 1-5 November 1999, Osaka, Japan
Bellingham/Wash.: SPIE, 2000 (SPIE Proceedings Series 3888)
ISBN: 0-8194-3486-8
S.272-279 : Ill., Lit.
Conference High-Power Lasers in Manufacturing <1999, Osaka>
Fraunhofer ILT ()
microstructuring; excimer laser radiation; microreaction technology; soda-lime glass; debris

Microstructuring of soda lime -glass with excimer laser radiation is examined to present its process capabilities for production of surface structures particularly for microreaction technology. Material removal rates, geometries of microstructures and transmission/reflexion of processed soda lime glass are investigated for ArF excimer laser radiation (lambda(L) = 193 nm, tau(L) .= 20 ns) and KrF excimer laser radiation (lambda(L) = 248 nm, tau(L) = 25 ns). Processing of glass at atmospheric pressure down to vacuum at p= 10 mbar (He as processing gas) is carried out to investigate the correlation between processing gas pressure and generation of debris (solidification of molten material and re-deposition from expanding vapor/plasma). The influence of processing gas atmospheres consisting of He/F(2) (50/50 vol.%) with a total pressure in the vacuum chamber of 10 mbar < p< 250 mbar on height/ width of the debris is examined. Ultrasonic cleaning of glass after processing is investigated for reduction of debris. Optical microscopy, white light interferometry, optical spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) are used for analysis of microstructures and debris.