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Vacuum deposition is a family of processes used to deposit layers of material atom-by-atom or molecule-by-molecule on a solid surface. These processes operate at pressures well below atmospheric pressure (i.e., vacuum). The deposited layers can range from a thickness of one atom up to millimeters, forming freestanding structures. Multiple layers of different materials can be used, for example to form optical coatings. The process can be qualified based on the vapor source; physical vapor deposition uses a liquid or solid source and chemical vapor deposition uses a chemical vapor.

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  • Dépôt sous vide
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  • Vacuum deposition
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  • Modh táirgthe scannán tanaí. Táirgtear adaimh d'ábhar ó fhoinse téite taobh istigh de shoitheach folúis, agus ligtear dóibh titim ar dhromchla na foshraithe atá le clúdach le brat. Baintear feidhm as an modh seo chun brat alúmanaim a chur ar dhlúthdhioscaí. Déantar codanna de chiorcaid phriontáilte trí scannán miotail a dheascadh trí mhasc.
  • Vacuum deposition is a family of processes used to deposit layers of material atom-by-atom or molecule-by-molecule on a solid surface. These processes operate at pressures well below atmospheric pressure (i.e., vacuum). The deposited layers can range from a thickness of one atom up to millimeters, forming freestanding structures. Multiple layers of different materials can be used, for example to form optical coatings. The process can be qualified based on the vapor source; physical vapor deposition uses a liquid or solid source and chemical vapor deposition uses a chemical vapor.
  • Le dépôt sous vide est une technique de fabrication de couche mince : on cherche à déposer une couche de métal (la plupart du temps) sur une lame de substrat solide (verre ou silicium par exemple).
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  • Modh táirgthe scannán tanaí. Táirgtear adaimh d'ábhar ó fhoinse téite taobh istigh de shoitheach folúis, agus ligtear dóibh titim ar dhromchla na foshraithe atá le clúdach le brat. Baintear feidhm as an modh seo chun brat alúmanaim a chur ar dhlúthdhioscaí. Déantar codanna de chiorcaid phriontáilte trí scannán miotail a dheascadh trí mhasc.
  • Vacuum deposition is a family of processes used to deposit layers of material atom-by-atom or molecule-by-molecule on a solid surface. These processes operate at pressures well below atmospheric pressure (i.e., vacuum). The deposited layers can range from a thickness of one atom up to millimeters, forming freestanding structures. Multiple layers of different materials can be used, for example to form optical coatings. The process can be qualified based on the vapor source; physical vapor deposition uses a liquid or solid source and chemical vapor deposition uses a chemical vapor.
  • Le dépôt sous vide est une technique de fabrication de couche mince : on cherche à déposer une couche de métal (la plupart du temps) sur une lame de substrat solide (verre ou silicium par exemple).
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