Kuech, T. F. and McCaldin, J. O. (1980) Confining substrate for micron-thick liquid films. Applied Physics Letters, 37 (1). pp. 44-46. ISSN 0003-6951. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KUEapl80
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Suitable combinations of surface geometry and material enable a substrate to hold a thin liquid film captive on its surface. Though only at metastable equilibrium, such films can survive a moderate amount of processing. They may be suited to the growth of semiconductor single-crystal films on amorphous substrates.
|Additional Information:||Copyright © 1980 American Institute of Physics Received 3 April 1980; accepted for publication 21 April 1980 This work was supported in part by the Joint Services Electronics Program.|
|Subject Keywords:||FILMS; LIQUIDS; THICKNESS; SUBSTRATES; CONTAINERS; CONFIGURATION; SURFACES; METASTABLE STATES; EQUILIBRIUM; MONOCRYSTALS; AMORPHOUS STATE; SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS; LEAD; BISMUTH; SILICON OXDIES; INDIUM; GALLIUM; GOLD ALLOYS; GERMANIUM ALLOYS|
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