Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 32 Issue 6 December 2009 pp 563-567 Thin Films and Nanomatter
We report the formation of a very smooth, continuous and homogeneous diamond-like carbon DLC thin coating over a bare stainless steel surface without the need for a thin Si/Cr/Ni/Mo/W/TiN/TiC interfacial layer. As confirmed by the field-emission scanning electron microscopy, good adhesion is achieved as characterized by
the formation of a smooth, continuous film with no pores,
a significant reduction of oxygen in the interfacial layer, and
the development of rich carbon content at the top surface.
Thickness measurements by cross-sectional secondary-emission microscopy showed that the DLC coating is essentially a 2-dimensional material.
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