On the Porosity of Cu Coatings Formed in Earth-Based and Space Conditions
AbstractThis work surveys the structure, substructure and submicroporosity of Cu metal coatings following condensation both under the conditions of space flight of orbital stations (OS) and under Earth-based conditions. Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and the method of Ar low-temperature desorption were used for investigation. It has been shown that the condensates deposited in space contain less and relatively equiaxial submicropores (SMPs) distributed more homogeneously than Earth-based disperse films. View Full-Text
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Skatkov, L.; Cheremskoy, P.; Gomozov, V.; Bayrachny, B.; Tulskiy, G.; Deribo, S. On the Porosity of Cu Coatings Formed in Earth-Based and Space Conditions. Coatings 2012, 2, 235-241.
Skatkov L, Cheremskoy P, Gomozov V, Bayrachny B, Tulskiy G, Deribo S. On the Porosity of Cu Coatings Formed in Earth-Based and Space Conditions. Coatings. 2012; 2(4):235-241.Chicago/Turabian Style
Skatkov, Leonid; Cheremskoy, Petr; Gomozov, Valeriy; Bayrachny, Boris; Tulskiy, Gennadiy; Deribo, Svetlana. 2012. "On the Porosity of Cu Coatings Formed in Earth-Based and Space Conditions." Coatings 2, no. 4: 235-241.