Dispersed and layered volumetric nanocrystalline materials based on copper and molybdenum condensed from the vapor phase
Nikolai Hrechaniuk, Vera Hrechaniuk, Elena Khomenko, Dmytro Kovalchuk
The paper presents features of structure formation and phase composition on copper and molybdenum based composite materials, condensed from the vapor phase. Three types of condensed composite materials with thicknesses from 0.8 to 5 mm, obtained at deposition temperatures of 700 and 900 ℃, are considered. Namely dispersed-hardened, microlayer with thickness of alternating copper and molybdenum layers from 1 to 10 μm, and bulk nanocrystalline with thickness alternating layers less than 0.5 μm are studied.
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Hrechaniuk N., Hrechaniuk V., Khomenko E., Kovalchuk D. Dispersed and layered volumetric nanocrystalline materials based on copper and molybdenum condensed from the vapor phase. Journal – Electrotechnica & Electronica (E+E), Vol. 53, No. 7-8, 2018, pp. 212-223, ISSN: 0861-4717 (Print), 2603-5421 (Online)