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The in-plane dispersion for this film deposited at 60° is on the order of 15±5° where the ±5° error is due to the 5° step size in the azimuthal direction for data acquisition. Biaxial Ge film grown by vapor deposition on biaxial buffer CaF2 film on glass Figures 7(a) shows the side view of the SEM image of the Ge/CaF2/Glass samples grown at 400 °C substrate temperature 42. The SEM image shows a -600 nm thick Ge film on the CaF2 buffered glass substrate and the Ge film is rough with surface asperities on the order of 50-200 nm in size.

Figure 2. Various crystal orientations: (a) random orientation, (b) one-degree orientation or fiber, (c) two-degree orientation or biaxial, and (d) single-crystal orientation. The curved double arrows indicate deviations from the preferred directions (blue and red arrows) or dispersion. From [3]. The most common one is a fiber texture structure, or the one-degree orientation (I-O), as shown in Fig. 2(b). One-degree orientation refers to a texture in which one crystallographic axis of the crystals points in a particular preferred direction labeled as -I-0.

Note that the data for the specimen that did not rupture is indicated by arrows. 24 • Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments III Creep and Environmental Durability of Environmental Barrier Coatings Note the considerable difference in the strain and electrical behavior between ZMI-1 and the isothermally heated specimen (ZMI-3). The ZMI-1 sample exhibits a larger degree of primary creep and electrical resistance change. While the creep curve shows a decreasing strain rate over time, a clear steady state creep regime (like the one seen in the ZMI-3 curve) was never achieved.

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