Nanoroughness effect on Cr growth mechanism

Chang, Jack J.K.; Chen, Qixu
April 1997
Journal of Applied Physics;4/16/1997, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p3943
Academic Journal
Proposes a semiquantitative model to explain a nanoroughness effect on the chromium growth mechanism. Effect of nanoroughness on Cr texture formation and Cr grain size.


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