Plume-substrate interaction in pulsed-laser deposition of high-temperature superconducting thin

Nakata, Yoshiki; Kumuduni, Wanniarachchi K.A.
May 1994
Applied Physics Letters;5/9/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 19, p2599
Academic Journal
Investigates the interaction between a substrate and an expanding plume produced in a pulsed-laser deposition process of superconducting thin films. Importance of fluid-like interactions of ablated particles in the substrates; Reflection and stagnation of particles in front of the substrate; Transportation of particles onto the substrates.


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