S M Chaudhari
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 11 Issue 2-3 November 1988 pp 97-108
In recent years laser processing has attracted much attention in view of its potential use in basic solid-state and material science research as well as in new processing technologies. The dominant feature of laser processing being the deposition of large amounts of energy (a few J/cm2) over very short time scales (a few tens of nanoseconds), it leads to melting of surface layers of solid followed by rapid resolidification. In this article, a few basic consequences of such laser-induced phenomena in silicon are reviewed.
Volume 14 Issue 2 April 1991 pp 435-441 International Conference On Superconductivity—I
Ion beam and thermally-induced interface reactions between high
Volume 14 Issue 2 April 1991 pp 443-449 International Conference On Superconductivity—I
Thin films of Y-Ba-Cu-O superconductor have been deposited on different substrates by pulsed excimer laser ablation from a superconducting pellet. The dependence of various process parameters such as substrate temperature, laser energy density, oxygen partial pressure, applied bias field and cooling rates on the quality of the films has been studied.
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