Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 16 Issue 6 December 1993 pp 643-663
Sputter deposition is currently being widely used in the microelectronics industry for the production of silicon integrated circuits. Recently interest has been focused on sputter deposition as a new materials processing technique. The highly energetic sputtered atoms enhance crystal growth and/or sintering during film growth. This results in lowering of the growth temperature of high temperature materials including cubic diamonds. Single crystals of complex ceramics materials could be prepared by sputter deposition through epitaxial growth process. Atomically controlled deposition using multi-target sputter enables to make man-made superlattice including high-
Volume 18 Issue 8 December 1995 pp 937-953
The role of materials engineering including ceramics technology for a better global environment is discussed. Present global environmental issues will be solved by resourceful energy technology and waste management under a minimum pollution of environment. The materials technology will play an important role to mitigate the global environmental issues. Research program on future energy technology and waste management should be considered according to a condition of domestic and/or international regulation. Energy saving and domestic waste management including pollution prevention of atmosphere, water and soil are near term research areas. Medium and long term research areas are non-fossil energy technology and global waste management including removal and/or reuse of greenhouse gas CO2 and nuclear waste management. To mitigate future global environmental issues, traditional materials technology should be reconstructed to build environment benign materials technology which could provide minimum environmental load.
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