STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES.

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Abstract

Recent progress in thin film deposition techniques has motivated renewed interest in 'artificially prepared' metallic superlattices, exhibiting different physical properties than those in naturally occurring materials. This paper describes the sputtering technique used to prepare these metallic superlattices, as well as considerations affecting their purity, interfacial quality, and crystallographic orientation. The contribution of the interfaces to the electronic transport properties is described in terms of finite size effect theories.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationJournal de Physique (Paris), Colloque
EditorsL. Dobrzynski
Pages499-507
Number of pages9
Volume45
Edition4
StatePublished - Apr 1984

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Metallic superlattices
Electronic properties
Structural properties
Transport properties
Sputtering
Physical properties
Thin films

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Falco, C. M. (1984). STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES. In L. Dobrzynski (Ed.), Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque (4 ed., Vol. 45, pp. 499-507)

STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES. / Falco, Charles M.

Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque. ed. / L. Dobrzynski. Vol. 45 4. ed. 1984. p. 499-507.

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Falco, CM 1984, STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES. in L Dobrzynski (ed.), Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque. 4 edn, vol. 45, pp. 499-507.
Falco CM. STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES. In Dobrzynski L, editor, Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque. 4 ed. Vol. 45. 1984. p. 499-507
Falco, Charles M. / STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF ARTIFICIAL METALLIC SUPERLATTICES. Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque. editor / L. Dobrzynski. Vol. 45 4. ed. 1984. pp. 499-507
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