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journal contributionposted on 2023-04-17, 00:29 authored by Akhil GuptaAkhil Gupta, S Ali, MA Jameel, RA Evans, N Kaur, GD Sharma, Jingliang LiJingliang Li
This work is supported by the Australian Research Council through a Discovery Project (DP210100482). A.G., S.A., and M.A.J. acknowledge use of the vast variety of facilities at Swinburne and Deakin Universities, and CSIRO Manufacturing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia. A.G. acknowledges the assistance of Drs Chris Easton and Tom Raeber for carrying out the AFM analysis at CSIRO Manufacturing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia. M.J. and A.G. acknowledge the supercomputer support from Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia. The CSIRO Division of Manufacturing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia is acknowledged for providing support through a Visiting Scientist position for A.G. Akhil Gupta: Conceptualization, Synthesis, Investigation, Device fabrication, Writing – original draft. Chris Easton and Tom Raeber: AFM analysis. Salman Ali: XRD analysis. Mohammed A. Jameel: DFT, TGA and PESA analyses. Richard A. Evans: Review, Editing and Formal analysis. Navneet Kaur: Formal analysis and Data visualization. Ganesh D. Sharma: Review and Editing. Jing-Liang Li:Data curation, Writing draft, Review and Formal analysis. AFM analysis was performed using a Bruker Dimension Icon (Bruker Corporation, USA) operating in SoftTapping mode. Silicon probes (Bruker RTESPA-150 and equivalent) were used. The instrument was operated at 2–8% below the resonant frequency of the probe to minimise the force on the surface. Scan rates ranging from 0.25 Hz to 0.5 Hz were used. The two-dimensional images and surface roughness were processed using Bruker's NanoScope Analysis 2.0 software. First and third order plane/flatten functions were used as part of processing.