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Nanoconstructive bombardment

Journal Article:

Abstract

Ion beams with energies as low as a few eV can be used, in the very clean environment of an ultra-high vacuum system, to achieve the fine control for atomic-scale experiments. They are becoming widely used in nanotechnology. Recent advances in beam quality, overcoming the mutual repulsion of the ions, have meant that mass-analysed low energy ion beams have been developed around the world for a variety of applications in material science, and physics. The structure of such devices is outlined and possible future applications noted. (U.K.).
Authors:
Gordon, J [1] 
  1. VSW Ion Beam Systems, Warrington (UK)
Publication Date:
Jun 01, 1990
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-21-073305; EDB-90-144188
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Physics World; (UK)
Subject:
75 CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND SUPERFLUIDITY; 71 CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS, GENERAL PHYSICS; ION BEAMS; EV RANGE 01-10; EV RANGE 10-100; EV RANGE 100-1000; MATERIALS TESTING; SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS; ULTRAHIGH VACUUM; BEAMS; ENERGY RANGE; EV RANGE; MATERIALS; TESTING; 656003* - Condensed Matter Physics- Interactions between Beams & Condensed Matter- (1987-); 640301 - Atomic, Molecular & Chemical Physics- Beams & their Reactions
OSTI ID:
6899775
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0953-8585; CODEN: PHWOE
Submitting Site:
GBN
Size:
Pages: 40-43
Announcement Date:

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Citation Formats

Gordon, J. Nanoconstructive bombardment. United Kingdom: N. p., 1990. Web.
Gordon, J. Nanoconstructive bombardment. United Kingdom.
Gordon, J. 1990. "Nanoconstructive bombardment." United Kingdom.
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title = {Nanoconstructive bombardment}
author = {Gordon, J}
abstractNote = {Ion beams with energies as low as a few eV can be used, in the very clean environment of an ultra-high vacuum system, to achieve the fine control for atomic-scale experiments. They are becoming widely used in nanotechnology. Recent advances in beam quality, overcoming the mutual repulsion of the ions, have meant that mass-analysed low energy ion beams have been developed around the world for a variety of applications in material science, and physics. The structure of such devices is outlined and possible future applications noted. (U.K.).}
journal = {Physics World; (UK)}
journal type = {AC}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1990}
month = {Jun}
}