Experimental studies of vacuum evaporated thin film nuclear targets
Of all the diverse physical, chemical and mechanical techniques used to make thin film nuclear targets, material deposition by vacuum evaporation is the most widely employed. This thesis commences with a description of the basic principles that regulate vacuum evaporation and the physical processes involved in thin film formation. Next follows a description of the experimental methods used. The principal methods of heating the evaporant are detailed and means of measuring and controlling...[Show more]
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