Advanced Nano Deposition Methods by Yuan Lin

By Yuan Lin

This concise reference summarizes the most recent ends up in nano-structured skinny movies, the 1st to debate either deposition tools and digital functions intimately.
Following an advent to this quickly constructing box, the authors current various natural and inorganic fabrics in addition to new deposition concepts, and finish with an summary of functions and issues for his or her expertise deployment.

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