Fabrication and Physical Properties of Mono- and Multilayer Metallic Nanostructures
V. A. Artemyuk, L. I. Karbivska, O. Ya. Kuznetsova, V. L. Karbivskyy, L. P. Klyuyenko, S. S. Smolyak
G.V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics, NAS of Ukraine, 36 Academician Vernadsky Blvd., UA-03142 Kyiv, Ukraine
Received: 01.08.2017. Download: PDF
Analysis of the literature data shows that the study of surface-deposited metallic nanostructures is an actual problem of surface physics. The final structure of thin films depends on a large number of parameters and factors such as the differences between the unit-cells’ sizes as well as between the coefficients of a thermal expansion of a deposited substance and substrate that leads to internal stresses and a subsequent degradation of film. Many parameters such as temperature and a substrate structure, a deposition rate, fragmentation of nanoclusters, wetting parameters, time of application, dishsample distance, pressure in a chamber, and temperature of melt in a dish can play an important role during the mono- and multilayer structures’ formation. The goal-directed control of these parameters allows prediction and fabrication of surface structures with a required set of the physical and chemical properties.
Keywords: monolayers of metals, nanorelief surface, thermal spraying, subroughness.
PACS: 68.35.bt, 68.37.-d, 68.43.Vx, 68.55.jd, 81.15.Cd
Citation: V. A. Artemyuk, L. I. Karbivska, O. Ya. Kuznetsova, V. L. Karbivskyy, L. P. Klyuyenko, and S. S. Smolyak, Fabrication and Physical Properties of Mono- and Multilayer Metallic Nanostructures, Usp. Fiz. Met., 18, No. 3: 235—263 (2017) (in Ukrainian), doi: 10.15407/ufm.18.03.235