Handbook of physical vapor deposition (PVD) processing [electronic resource] / Donald M. Mattox.

Mattox, D. M.
2nd ed.
Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2010.
1 online resource (793 p.)
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This updated version of the popular handbook further explains all aspects of physical vapor deposition (PVD) process technology from the characterizing and preparing the substrate material, through deposition processing and film characterization, to post-deposition processing. The emphasis of the new edition remains on the aspects of the process flow that are critical to economical deposition of films that can meet the required performance specifications, with additional information to support the original material. The book covers subjects seldom treated in the literature: substrate
Front Cover; Handbook of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Processing; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface to First Edition; Preface to Second Edition; Acknowledgements; Acronyms; Biography; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Surface Engineering; 1.1.1 Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Processes; 1.1.2 Non-PVD Thin Film Atomistic Deposition Processes; 1.1.3 Applications of Vacuum-deposited Materials; 1.2 Thin Film Processing; 1.2.1 Stages of Fabrication; 1.2.2 Factors that Affect Film Properties; 1.2.3 Scale-Up and Manufacturability; 1.3 Process Documentation; 1.3.1 Process Specifications
1.3.2 Manufacturing Process Instructions (MPIs)1.3.3 Travelers; 1.3.4 Equipment and Calibration Logs; 1.3.5 Commercial/Military Standards and Specifications (Mil Specs); 1.4 Safety and Environmental Concerns; 1.5 Units; 1.5.1 Temperature Scales; 1.5.2 Energy Units; 1.5.3 Prefixes; 1.5.4 The Greek Alphabet; 1.6 Summary; Chapter 2: Substrate (""Real"") Surfaces and Surface Modification; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Materials and Fabrication; 2.2.1 Metals; 2.2.2 Ceramics and Glasses; 2.2.3 Polymers; 2.3 Atomic Structure and Atom-particle Interactions; 2.3.1 Atomic Structure and Nomenclature
2.3.2 Excitation and Atomic Transitions2.3.3 Chemical Bonding; 2.3.4 Probing and Detected Species; 2.4 Characterization of Surfaces and Near-surface Regions; 2.4.1 Elemental (Chemical) Compositional Analysis; 2.4.2 Phase Composition and Microstructure; 2.4.3 Molecular Composition and Chemical Bonding; 2.4.4 Surface Morphology; 2.4.5 Adsorption - Gases and Liquids; 2.4.6 Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Surfaces; 2.4.7 Surface Energy and Surface Tension; 2.4.8 Acidic and Basic Properties of Surfaces; 2.5 Bulk Properties; 2.5.1 Outgassing; 2.5.2 Outdiffusion
2.6 Modification of Substrate Surfaces2.6.1 Surface Morphology; 2.6.2 Surface Hardness; 2.6.3 Strengthening of Surfaces; 2.6.4 Surface Composition; 2.6.5 Surface ""Activation"" (""Functionalization""); 2.6.6 Surface ""Sensitization""; 2.7 Summary; Chapter 3: The ""Good"" Vacuum (Low Pressure) Processing Environment; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Gases and Vapors; 3.2.1 Gas Pressure and Partial Pressure; 3.2.2 Molecular Motion; 3.2.3 Gas Flow; 3.2.4 Ideal Gas Law; 3.2.5 Vapor Pressure and Condensation; 3.3 Gas-surface Interactions; 3.3.1 Residence Time; 3.3.2 Chemical Interactions
3.4 Vacuum Environment3.4.1 Origin of Gases and Vapors; 3.5 Vacuum Processing Systems; 3.5.1 System Design Considerations and ""Trade-Offs""; 3.5.2 Processing Chamber Configurations; 3.5.3 Equilibrium Conductance; 3.5.4 Pumping Speed and Mass Throughput; 3.5.5 Fixturing and Tooling; 3.5.6 Feedthroughs and Accessories; 3.5.7 Liners and Shields; 3.5.8 Fail-Safe Designs; 3.6 Vacuum pumping; 3.6.1 Mechanical Pumps; 3.6.2 Momentum Transfer Pumps; 3.6.3 Capture Pumps; 3.6.4 Hybrid Pumps; 3.7 Vacuum- and Plasma-Compatible Materials; 3.7.1 Metals; 3.7.2 Ceramic and Glass Materials; 3.7.3 Polymers
3.8 Assembly
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