Milani, P and Barborini, E and Piseri, P and Bottani, CE and Ferrari, AC and Li Bassi, A (1999) Nanostructured carbon films from supersonic cluster beam deposition: Structure and morphology. European Physical Journal D, 9. pp. 63-68. ISSN 1434-6060Full text not available from this repository.
Nanostructured carbon thin films have been grown by deposition of cluster beams produced by a supersonic expansion. Due to separation effects typical of supersonic beams, films with different nanostructures can be grown by the simple intercepting of different regions of the cluster beam with a substrate. Films show a low-density porous structure, which has been characterized by Raman and Brillouin spectroscopy. Film morphology suggests that growth processes are similar to those occurring in a ballistic deposition regime.
|Divisions:||Div B > Solid State Electronics and Nanoscale Science|
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