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Degradation of thin metal/alloy films

D. B. Mitton

Degradation of thin metal/alloy films

for magnetic recording

by D. B. Mitton

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementD.B. Mitton ; supervised by G.E. Thompson.
ContributionsThompson, G. E., Supervisor., Corrosion and Protection Centre.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21846717M

Ag films with thicknesses of , , and nm Ag were deposited on μm-thick PET substrates, and nm-thick Ag films were deposited on the μm-thick PET and and μm-thick PI.   However, since all coatings are more or less thin films, the mechanical lifetime of the substrate is often longer than the period of coating degradation at high temperature. Therefore, after a certain time in service, the coatings residues are stripped and the coatings are remanufactured several times during the lifetime of the blades [ 14 ].

Question Two: What is a metal alloy? How is it made? At the end of the lab, students will be able to define what an alloy is and how it is made, explain why alloying a metal is favorable or not, and identify commonly used alloys and in what industries they are used. Effects of Alloying Elements in Nickel-Base Alloys The different elements that make up an alloy can drastically change the mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and the metal's microstructure. While chromium, nickel, molybdenum, iron may be the primary alloying elements, other elements like tungsten, carbon, aluminum, titanium, copper and sulfur.

Material Stabilities and Technology for Degradation Protection Moderators: Markus Valtiner, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, Gareth S. Parkinson, TU Wien, Austria am DM+BI+SS-ThM1 Extremely Thin Protective Oxide Layer for Reflective Silver Thin Films. Degradation mechanisms of interest include catalytic poisoning, oxidation, sulfidation and hydrogen embrittlement. Additionally, the influence of in-situ and post-WGS gas compositions and CO conversions on the aforementioned degradation mechanisms will be addressed.


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The presence of the FCC (1 1 1) and BCC (1 1 0) texturing has been observed previously in thin films of this and similar materials, though usually in considerably thicker films.In a study of thin films of AlCoCrCuFeNi deposited onto silicon by room temperature sputter deposition from mosaic targets, the films were found to texture in FCC (1 1 1) for lower Al content and in both FCC Cited by: 9.

The cyclic degradation of contact resistance Degradation of thin metal/alloy films book examined for a metal multilayer sphere-on-flat contact at low contact force.

The relationships between the degradation and underlying mechanisms, particularly surface contamination effects, were investigated through experimentation and by: 1. Thin copper Cu films of 80 nm thickness deposited on a diffusion barrier layered 8 in. silicon wafers were directly bonded at room temperature using the surface activated bonding method.

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An alloy is a material made by melting one or more metals together with other elements. This is an alphabetical list of alloys grouped according to base metal. Some alloys are listed under more than one element, since the composition of the alloy may vary such that one element is present in a higher concentration than the others.

Thin films of gold (Au), platinum (Pt), ruthenium (Rh) and rhodium (Ru) were also characterized to obtain their baseline data for comparison.

All films were deposited on silicon substrates. When Ru, Rh and Pt are alloyed with Au, their hardness generally decreases but resistivity increases. Thin films of lithium-nickel oxide, whose texture consists of microcrystallites with an average grain size of 50 Å, permit highly reversible electrochemical insertion of lithium ions in Li+.

The interrelationship between resistivity and hardness was established for three amounts of alloying of these metals with gold. Thin films of gold (Au), platinum (Pt), ruthenium (Rh), and rhodium (Ru) were also characterized to obtain their baseline data for comparison.

All films were deposited on silicon substrates. The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest experimental and theoretical developments in thin films and coatings applications for both renewable and non-renewable energy sectors, through a combination of original research papers and review articles from leading groups around the world.

Metal Alloys Most engineering metallic materials are alloys. Metals are alloyed to enhance their properties, such as strength, hardness or corrosion resistance, and to create new. Proc. SPIEHigh-Tc Superconductivity: Thin Films and Devices, pg 83 (23 August ); doi: / Read Abstract + High Tc YBaCuO thin films have been deposited by dc magnetron sputtering from two metal alloy targets.

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Part of the steel or metal surface is wetted with water, which forms thin (from μm), interrupted water films between the metal and the organic phase. Since oxygen has different solubilities (higher for the organic and lower for the aqueous phase), anode or cathode regions are formed on the steel or metal surface.

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The methods used to deposit thin films are split into: Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) depending on the underlying principles causing film deposition.

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