vacuum deposition


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vacuum deposition

[′vak·yəm ‚dep·ə′zish·ən]
(metallurgy)
Deposition of a thin coating of metal by condensation on a cool work surface in vacuum.
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Companies normally use more sophisticated, energy-intensive or hazardous techniques such as vacuum deposition or electroplating to create SSAs with the same or lower efficiency, said the team.
Features, which was established by the Bank of Canada to develop and produce thin film interference filters using vacuum deposition technology, from which to make colour shift windowed threads for banknotes.
Alicat's MCE-Series and MCV-Series mass flow controllers ensure the optimal coating environment in vacuum chambers, maintaining product integrity in vacuum deposition.
Vacuum deposition onto Webs, films, and foils, William Andrew Publishing, ISBN-13: 978-0-8155-1535-7 (978-0-8155), 13 Eaton Avenue, Norwich, NY 13815
The production process involves vacuum deposition guided by laser in a plastic film, which is manufactured as a roll-to-roll product.
Reed switch contacts can be coated by either electroplating or vacuum deposition (sputtering).
Among the topics are decorative effects of plastics, materials and additive for color or reflectivity changes, in-mold coating and on-mold painting, atmospheric plasma deposition or thermal spray, foil transfer processes, inkjet and droplet printing, pigment orientation techniques, powder or particulate coating, and vacuum deposition. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The 1 km RCE production equipment consists of the material source chamber and the vacuum deposition chamber, which comprise the hardware, and the automation software that runs the system hardware and manages deposition process.
1 shows the preparation of the sample after the vacuum deposition of tin.
Traditionally, vacuum deposition techniques, such as thermal evaporation and sputtering, have been used to deposit metals on semiconductor materials; these processes generally require expensive vacuum-based instruments [2-4].
On November 21, 2012, Korea DGIST developed a vacuum deposition coating craft which can be applied in the common production, and they had successfully fabricated the CZTS thin film solar cells with a photoelectric conversion efficiency of 8% higher than the world's highest conversion efficiency at that time.