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Zinc oxide layers deposited on quartz substrates by means of RF reactive magnetron sputtering with subsequent RTP annealing in a nitrogen flow at 400°C and in an oxygen flow at 500°C have been investigated in applications to waveguide structures. The ZnO films reveal a highly c-oriented columnar structure with a surface roughness of 4.3 nm. Annealing causes a significant increase of the lattice constant to the value of 5.210±0.001 Å suggesting the relaxation of the stress in the film. The annealing process causes a significant improvement of propagation properties of the fabricated waveguide structures in comparison to structures using as-deposited ZnO films. The minimal attenuation coefficient of the 630 nm thick films was found to be 2.8 and 3.0 dB/cm for TE0 and TM0 modes respectively.
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