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Atomic layer deposition (ALD) is a thin film deposition technique that is based on the sequential use of a gas phase chemical process. ALD reactions generally use two chemicals, typically called precursors. These precursors react with a surface one at a time in a sequential, self-limiting, manner. Thus it is possible to deposit a very precise thin film by exposing the precursors to the growth surface repeatedly. MOST uses ALD techniques to fabricate solar photovoltaic devices.
For more information on ALD http://web.archive.org/web/20190824065133/http://www.aldpulse.com:80/
MOST ALD[edit | edit source]
- Jusung / JEL Atomic Layer Deposition ALD Chamber 200mm. This chamber was removed from a Jusung Eureka 2000 system using a Brooks MX-700 Cluster Platform.
Other MTU researchers[edit | edit source]
- Dr. Kathryn A. Perrine http://web.archive.org/web/20201225180649/http://chem.sites.mtu.edu/perrine/
MSDS[edit | edit source]
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