Cross-sectional structures of CoNiCr/Cr bilayer and multilayer thin films

Wong, B.Y.; Laughlin, E.E.
November 1992
Applied Physics Letters;11/23/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 21, p2533
Academic Journal
Examines the cross-sectional structures of cobalt nitrogen chromide (CoNiCr)/chromium (Cr) bilayer and multilayer thin films. Relationship between Co and Cr bilayer thin films; Use of radiofrequency diode sputtering in depositing CoNiCr/Cr thin films; Effects of elastic strain on the epitaxial growth contrast between Cr and CoNiCr.


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