Print ISSN: 1681-6900

Online ISSN: 2412-0758

Keywords : deposition


Thin Films Ablation by Induced Forward Transfer Technique

Adawiya J. Haider; Iman H. Hadi

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2012, Volume 30, Issue 8, Pages 1405-1414

Laser-Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) is a technique which enables the
controlled transfer of a thin film material from a transparent carrier (donor) to a
receiver substrate (acceptor). The receiver substrate is usually placed in parallel
and close to the thin film source under air or vacuum conditions. In this work
microdeposition of gold (Au) and Copper (Cu) thin films were deposited on glass
substrate by Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD). These thin films were irradiated by a
single pulse and transferred to a silver (Ag) and silicon (Si) receiver substrates. The
laser source used for this study was a Nd-YAG Q-Switching second harmonic
generation (SHG) Pulsed Laser with a wavelength 532nm, repetition rate 1-6 Hz
,and pulse duration 10ns. Deposited size, morphology and adhesion to the receiver
substrate as a function of applied laser fluence are investigated.

Effects of New Additives (Lanolin) on the Electro-Deposition of Copper Powder

Sami I. Jafar

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2009, Volume 27, Issue 12, Pages 2308-2321

New organic compound (Lanolin) is added to the electrolyte of copper
powder deposition unit. The influences of the copper concentration, current
density, and specific surface on the apparent density of the produced powder had
been studied. Also the mean grain size of powder, mass of deposited powder are
been calculated. The best concentration of lanolin is 0.7% at which grain size
deposits are smooth and fine (a bout 93% less than 53 micron) and had high
purity of 99.9%.

Effects of New Additives (Lanolin) on The Electro-Deposition of Copper Powder

Sami I. Jafar

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2009, Volume 27, Issue 8, Pages 1659-1672

New organic compound (Lanolin) is added to the electrolyte of copper powder
deposition unit. The influences of the copper concentration, current density, and specific
surface on the apparent density of the produced powder had been studied. Also the mean
grain size of powder, mass of deposited powder are been calculated. The best
concentration of lanolin is 0.7% at which grain size deposits are smooth and fine (a
bout 93% less than 53 micron) and had high purity of 99.9%.