By Yuan Lin
This concise reference summarizes the newest ends up in nano-structured skinny movies, the 1st to debate either deposition tools and digital functions intimately.
Following an creation to this quickly constructing box, the authors current a number of natural and inorganic fabrics besides new deposition recommendations, and finish with an outline of purposes and concerns for his or her know-how deployment.
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Advanced Nano Deposition Methods by Yuan Lin