Vacuum Magnetron Sputtering
Deposition of coatings by the sputtering technique
The sputtering process starts by creating a glow discharge between two polarised electrodes. This discharge under vacuum leads to ignition of a cold plasma composed of charged particles which collide with a cathode target under an electric field. This bombardment causes sputtering of atoms from the target onto a substrate.
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