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SIMS21, Poland 2017 - Christine M. Mahoney abstract

Christine M. Mahoney oral presentation (OA3-Tue3-3-1)

ToF-SIMS Analysis for Glass Applications

Christine M. Mahoney1, Michael DeRosa1, James Matthews1, McCarthy R. Kevin1, Ocampo Manuella1, Ruchi Tandon1, Peanasky John1, Matthew Trosa1, Ji Wang1, Wanda Walczak1, Natalia E. Dawn1, David Carr2, Greg Fisher2, Paula Clark3, Elke Tallarek4, Derk Rading5, Jordan LeRach6

1 Corning Inc., 1 Science Center Drive, NY 14831 Corning, United States
2 Phyical Electronics, 18725 Lake Drive East, MN 55317 Chanhassen, United States
3 Tascon USA, 100 Red Schoolhouse Road, NY 10997 Chestnut Ridge, United States
4 Tascon GmbH, Mendelstr 17, 48149 Munster, Germany
5 Ion-ToF, Heisenbergstrabe 15, 48149 munster, Germany
6 Materials Characterization Lab - Penn State University, N-021 Millenium Science Complex, PA 16802 State College, United States

At Corning, we have been establishing protocols for ToF-SIMS characterization of Corning-relevant materials including glass, ceramics and organic coatings. Certain processes that are used to manufacture glass, such as ion-exchange, and glass reforming processes require a deep knowledge and understanding of glass surface chemistry. Furthermore, glass aging and durability are also significantly affected by glass surface compositions. Here several examples of where ToF-SIMS has given invaluable information to help better understand glass behaviour will be presented. Discussions of common glass degradation products and chemistries will be reviewed. Finally, the role of organic characterization in a glass company will be demonstrated, as it plays a large role in understanding of contamination problems, and can provide both qualitative and in many cases quantitative assessments of organic components on surfaces, in films, and at interfaces. An example of one such application is shown below in Figure 1, which shows the 3-D isosurface representation of a fiber containing two thick polymer overlayers (30 ┬Ám each). This data was used to assess the chemistries throughout the film as well as at the interfaces.