Such layers were fabricated with a constant deposition rate
of 1.3 nm/s (55 nm) for the bulk material, followed by deposition of the last 5 nm ultrathin layer at the three different deposition rates
of 0.3, 0.03, and 1.3 nm/s upon the bulk [Bebq.sub.2].
Abstract In order to obtain better control over the quality of electroless nickel-phosphorous (EN) coatings on magnesium AZ91D alloy, the effects of metal salt concentrations, reducing agent, pH, and temperature on deposition rate
This allows the user to optimise penetration profile, heat input, deposition rate
, arc stability and stirring effect to suit the situation and need.
Statistical consistency on the deposition rate
is observed for lower ensemble of population.
Another cause is a higher than normal deposition rate
that can result from having a high temperature and/or pH, operating outside the recommended range.
depend upon product type and volume, but as a typical example, the machine is capable of depositing 500g portions of mashed potato tit a rate of 30 per minute: for smaller volumes or more fluid products, the deposition rate
can be as high as 40 portions per minute.
was determined as the volume of thermal spray coating deposited over a period of 10 minutes.
The selenium concentration on the evolving surface, analyzed by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy as a function of deposition time, is found to track exactly with the acceleration of the silver deposition rate
. Initial filling of submicron trenches and vias wit silver indicates good quality interconnects.
Although the particles are small, a high deposition rate
can be achieved; the power feedrate can be up to 30 lb.
The resultant deposition rate
does not include lead abraded from the wheel weights between their deposition in the street and the time it takes for them to migrate to the outer curb.
Thus, a low temperature and a moderate deposition rate
lead to the formation of a large number of small islands.