laser deposition

laser deposition

[¦lā·zər dep·ə′zish·ən]
(metallurgy)
A vapor deposition process in which films are grown on substrates from a material that is evaporated by laser radiation.
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Tenders invited for Predespatch inspection, supply, safe delivery, installation & commissioning and warranty of pulsed laser deposition (pld) chamber
Plans for future projects include expanding the capabilities of the lab's direct laser deposition equipment to enhance metallic absorptivity.
On the other hand, cladding techniques such as laser deposition can introduce thermally-induced changes in the substrate.
The 12 papers include discussions of such matters as creep and the environmental durability of environmental barrier coatings and ceramic matrix composites under imposed thermal gradient conditions, the dynamic oblique angle of deposition of nanostructures for energy applications, preparing epitaxially grown chromium-silicon-nitrogen thin films by pulsed laser deposition, nanocomposite molybdenum-copper-nitrogen coating deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering process with a single alloying target, and improving the service life of shaft-bushing tribo-systems by a plasma sulfur nitrocarburing process.
Development of pulsed laser deposition system for the formation of web-liked carbon nanotubes.
Opto electronic Properties of Zn Te/Si "Hetro Structures Formed by Nano Second Laser Deposition at Different Nd: YAG Laser Lines; Thin Solid Films.
Among 77 papers are discussions of the art and application of large angle convergent beam electron diffraction, near grain boundary behavior of aluminum bicrystals deformed in plane strain conditions, the structure and morphology of thin films deposited by pulsed laser deposition techniques, the positive hydrogen effect in structure surface layers on titanium alloys, and microstructural changes induced during the hydrogen charging process in stainless steels with and without nitrided layers.
The improvements stem from a new material--iron-based glassy alloys--and a new laser deposition technique.
Pulsed laser deposition (PLD) has attracted interest due to its versatility and controllability as well as its ability to synthesize and deposit uniform films with an accurate control of the stoichiometry and crystallinjty (18),(23) jn a typjcaj pld process, a pulsed laser beam superficially vaporizes the surface of the target (a process usually described as ablation), and the vapor condenses on a substrate.
Nano-crystalline pulsed laser deposition hydroxyapatite thin films on Ti substrate for biomedical application--Adele Carrado
Other materials discussed include SrTiO3/TiO2, exhibiting a fivefold higher Seebeck effect compared with bulk material; the pulsed laser deposition of flat MgO(111) films on Al2O3(0001) substrates and of atomically flat MgO(111) films on YSZ(111) substrates with NiO(111) buffer layers.
Thin films can be prepared by various methods such as spray pyrolysis [1], pulsed laser deposition [2], vacuum evaporation [3], electrodeposition method [4], electron beam evaporation [5], chemical bath deposition [6] and SILAR method [7].

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