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Thin Films Material Technology

Sputtering of Compound Materials

by Kiyotaka Wasa

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semi-conductors & super-conductors,
  • Electricity,
  • Electronics - Microelectronics,
  • Industrial Technology,
  • Sputtering Systems,
  • Structural Control,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Thin Films,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12773057M
    ISBN 103540211187
    ISBN 109783540211181


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Thin Films Material Technology by Kiyotaka Wasa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wasa brings to this book over 40 years experience in the fields of radiation damage, gas discharge, plasma, cathodic sputtering and Thin Films Material Technology book film technology with Matsushita Electric, Ltd.

and Yokohama City University. A Ph.D. from Osaka University, his honors in surface science include awards from Japan and the United by: Thin Films Material Technology book invaluable resource for industrial science and engineering newcomers to sputter deposition technology in thin film production applications, this book is rich in coverage of both historical developments and the newest experimental and technological information about ceramic thin films, a key technology for nano-materials in high-speed information applications and large.

An invaluable resource for industrial science and engineering newcomers to sputter deposition technology in thin film production applications, this book is rich in coverage of both historical developments and the newest experimental and technological information about ceramic thin film, a key technology for nano-materials in high-speed information applications and large.

An invaluable resource for industrial science and engineering newcomers to sputter deposition technology in thin film production applications, this book is rich in coverage of both historical developments and the newest experimental and technological information about ceramic thin films, a key technology for nano-materials in high-speed information Book Edition: 1.

The book brings together materials and mechanics aspects of thin films effortlessly, reflecting the authors' expertise in joining these fields of science and engineering.' Professor William D.

Nix, Stanford University 'I would heartily recommend this book as an essential read for anyone working in any area of thin film deposition.' Materials WorldCited by: It is more than an introductory text, yet still remains accessible to the unfamiliar reader. Even though it was published almost 10 years ago I have yet to encounter an out-of-date piece of information, and despite Thin Films Material Technology book issuing of a new edition of Ohring's text ('Materials Science of Thin Films') this book is definitely still the better of the by: Gall has been a Visiting Scientist at the Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory, Illinois, has served as Assistant Editor and Editorial Board Member for Thin Solid Films, and as Associate Editor for the Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A.

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ZnO Thin Films. Compound Oxide Thin Films. Nitrides, Carbides, Silicates, Selenides. Amorphous Thin Films. Miscellaneous. References. Part III: Sputtering Technology for Nanomaterials and Thin Film MEMS. Ferroelectric Thin Films. Ferroelectric Thin Film Materials.

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