By Hubert Gnaser
The e-book offers an outline on very important elements of ion irradiation of surfaces, emphasizing low effect energies. in particular, ion penetration and implantation into solids, illness construction and amorphization of semiconductors, sputtering of elemental and multicomponent pursuits, and ionization approaches of emitted species are mentioned. It offers a synoptic view of those phenomena that are strongly interrelated by way of an identical uncomplicated tactics, yet are frequently defined individually and in diverging terminology. The publication attempts to bridge this hole, summarizing effects from experiments, machine simulations and theoretical methods.
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