Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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INTRODUCTION OF IMPURITIES IN THE CLOSE SPHERES TO THE SURFACE OF METALL FILMS AND COATINGS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ION BOMBARDMENT
Elmurodov Rustam Ummatkulovich, Niyazov Shavki Kulaganovich
Abstract
With different methods, atoms and molecules of gas molecules or other substances can be introduced into the crystal lattice of solid bodies, in particular metals, as a mixture. This process can be carried out, under vacuum conditions, by the method of bombarding gas ions with ions. In such cases, the amount (dose) of impurities entering the surface and near-surface area of solid bodies or metals into the deposits is much greater than the amount of molecules entering the mixture as a result of the diffusion phenomenon. On bases made of metal materials, it is possible to simultaneously bombard each other with gas ions, thermally vaporizing different metal material, forming a mixture of plasterboard or cladding, dressing in the kiln-dipping system. This leads to a change in the properties of the metal plate and base. Thus, to explain the changed properties of metals, the penetration of gas ions and other impurities introduced as ion bombardment, the distribution of metals in crystal lattice, their interception in metals, and the very cup changes in the other
Keywords
Materials, atoms, molecules, ions, vacuum, ion bombardment, penetration, close spheres to the surface, crystal lattice, continuous, non-breaking, physical, chemical, mechanical, sequential (cascade) collisions, cathode absorption, base, film formation, film-base system, multi-component, energy, current, ions current density, type of ions, dose of ions, interference, energy exchange, cathode folds, structure, concentration, distribution, structural disorders, defect, vacancy, migration, dislocation, temperature, cascade time, radiasion defects, microclimate, adgesia, electrical conductivity, corrosion, thermal conductivity
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