Ceramic Industry

Materials Research Society (MRS): Volume on Vapor Disposition

June 4, 2001
A new volume from the Materials Research Society (MRS), "New Methods, Mechanisms and Models of Vapor Deposition," explores interlinked issues and their various applications.

Vapor deposition is increasingly used to synthesize thin films and coatings that underpin numerous technologies from microelectronics to aircraft engines. As the structural and compositional complexity of these vapor-deposited materials increases, many new methods of vapor deposition have been developed. The design of these new processes and materials is increasingly founded upon a detailed scientific understanding of the atomic-scale mechanisms of growth. A new volume from the Materials Research Society (MRS), "New Methods, Mechanisms and Models of Vapor Deposition," explores these interlinked issues and their various applications.

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