By Hua-Tay Lin, Taejin Hwang, Soshu Kirihara, Sujanto Widjaja
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A selection of 12 papers from the yank Ceramic Society’s thirty seventh foreign convention on complex Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 27-February 1, 2013. This factor comprises papers offered within the complicated Ceramic Coatings and structures and subsequent iteration applied sciences for cutting edge floor Coatings
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3 mTorr, and the power was set to 200 W. 95% purity was a 3" round disk and the distance from the target surface to the center of the substrate was -15 cm. One film was grown by flipping rotation and another film was grown by conventional rotation. Both films were grown with a 1 RPM (rotations per minute) rotation speed. The incident angle a 0 was fixed at 85° for conventional rotation and the incident angle a(t) was varied as a function of time t as the substrate was flipping in the flipping rotation mode.
Fig. 9(b) shows a grain Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments III • 39 Dynamic Oblique Angle Deposition of Nanostructures for Energy Applications misorientation of -2°. Angular misorientation between adjacent grains observed by TEM is typically much smaller than the angular spread observed in the x-ray pole figures. Adjacent grains misorientation is what dictates the electronic and electrical properties of the film. Because of the very small angle grain boundaries, it is challenging to measure accurately the grain size.
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Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments III: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 34 Issue 3 by Hua-Tay Lin, Taejin Hwang, Soshu Kirihara, Sujanto Widjaja