Photodeposition of thin polydiacetylene films in microgravity

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The University, NASA, National Technical Information Service, distributor , Huntsville, [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Acetylene., Deposition., Light sources., Microgravity applications., Monomers., Polymeric films., Polymerization., Spacecraft equipment., Thin films., Ultraviolet radia
Statementby NASA/MSFC and the University of Alabama in Huntsville ; Thomas M. Leslie, PI.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199179.
ContributionsGeorge C. Marshall Space Flight Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15419692M

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Marshall Space Flight Center.]. aspect of polydiacetylene thin film photodeposition in solution, relevant to microgravity science, is that heat generated by absorption of UV radiation induces thermal density gradients that, under the influence of gravity, can cause fluid flows (buoyancy-driven convection).

Additionally, changes in the chemical composition of the solution during. ELSEVIER Journal of Crystal Growth ().

CRYSTAL QROWTH Effects of convection during the photodeposition of polydiacetylene thin films D.O. Fraziera'*, R.J. Hungb, M.S. Paleyc, Y.T. Longb aSpace Sciences Laboratory, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AlabamaUSA b Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Cited by: 6.

Preliminary kinetic studies were undertaken on the photodeposition of thin films of a polydiacetylene derivative of 2-methylnitroaniline from monomer solutions onto quartz substrates. Solutions of the monomer, DAMNA, in 1,2-dichloroethane at various concentra-tions were irradiated at nm using an argon-ion laser at several intensities.

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effects on the photodeposition of polydiacetylene thin films from monomer solutions onto transparent substrates. require thin polydiacetylene films Author: Jianfu Zhao. Thin films are interesting for practical as well as for theoretical reasons.

As fluid science and materials science in space have been developing rapidly in recent years, investigation into thin films under microgravity conditions grants this classical topic new research ideas and new application possibilities. This paper first gives an overview about the investigation into thin liquid films Author: Yuguang Li, Luigi Carotenuto.

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Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC + flatbed option. Thin films of high optical quality of polya-DCHD and polyDCHD-HS can be easily prepared by standard spin coating techniques.

The room temperature absorption spectra of thin films spun from toluene solutions of both polymers are reported in Fig. 3 and compared with the solution spectra.

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Thin Film Deposition Processes and Characterization Techniques Part-A Thin Film Deposition Processes 2A Introduction to Thin Films 45 2A Applications of Thin Films 46 2A.3 Thin Film Deposition Processes 53 2A Physical Processes 56 Thin film materials have already been used in semiconductor devices, wireless.

A thin film is a layer of material ranging from fractions of a nanometer to several micrometers in thickness. The controlled synthesis of materials as thin films (a process referred to as deposition) is a fundamental step in many applications.

A familiar example is the household mirror, which typically has a thin metal coating on the back of a sheet of glass to form a reflective interface. : Plasma Sources for Thin Film Deposition and Etching (Physics of Thin Films Volume 18) (): Francombe, Maurice H., Vossen, John L.: Books3/5(1).

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A thin film is a layer of materialranging from fractions of a nanometer (monolayer) to several micrometers in thickness. Thin film technology is a "self organizing" structural evolution. Ex:In ancient times, people already knew how to beat gold into a thin film.

Biosensors offer the potential for real-time pathogen detection. Polydiacetylene (PDA) is an ideal choice for use as a sensor due to its unique optical properties. PDA molecules can form thin films or vesicles that change color from deep blue to red in response to different stimuli, like temperature, pH, and the presence of biological molecules.

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Ceramic thin films were deposited on SiO 2 () substrates by adopting sintered (Ba x Sr 1-x)(Zn 1/3 Nb 2/3)O 3 microwave dielectric ceramics as sputtering target with a size of × 3 mm in a JGP radio frequency magnetron sputtering system.

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Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC +. Chapter Thin Film Deposition Processes The deposition of thin films composed of chemical compounds may be performed in several ways.

Co-deposition is a technique in which vapors of two different materials are generated simultaneously. These File Size: KB. thin films due to some advantages such as low material cost, low temperature and convenient for larger area deposition of thin films.

So far, a number of thin films such as CdSe 8, ZnS 9, Bi 2S3 12, ZnIn 2Se 4 13, Pb 1-xFe xS 14, CdS 1-xSe x 15 and Zn xCd 1-xS 16 prepared using chemical bath deposition method have been reported. Other articles where Thin film is discussed: advanced ceramics: Film deposition: On the other hand, truly thin films (that is, films less than one micrometre thick) can be produced by such advanced techniques as physical vapour deposition (PVD) and chemical vapour deposition (CVD).

PVD methods include laser ablation, in which a high-energy laser blasts material from a target and through a. Na doped NiO thin film indicate that the Na doped NiO thin films a monocrystalline in nature with cubic structure. The maximum crystallite size of Na doped NiO thin films was nm at 3 wt.%.

Secondary, the optical transmissions spectra Na doped NiO thin films having a high transparency with comparing to undoped film in visible region. During this drop there is a 20 second period of weightlessness onboard.

This microgravity period allowed them to perform their experiment.

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Modeling how thin films break up. Thin films of zinc, selenium, and zinc‐selenide (nonstoichiometric) have been deposited at room temperature on various substrates by the photodissociation of zinc dimethyl and selenium dimethyl with an incoherent light source.

Large thicknesses (∼Å) and areas with 2‐cm cross diameters have been produced. This low‐temperature technique may provide a drastically improved method for Cited by: Effect of Microgravity on the Formation of Honeycomb-patterned Films by Dissipative Processes.

4 Int. J. Microgravity Sci. Appl. Vol. 31 No. 1 vaporization, and the bottom, which remains around a room temperature, of the solution.

Hence, eliminating the thermal convection might lead homogeneous water droplet condensation.Thin Film Deposition and Characterization Techniques Part – A Thin film deposition techniques 2.A.1 Introduction Technological progress of modern society depends on the material science and engineering community's ability to conceive the novel materials Thin films are thin material layers ranging from fractions of a nanometerFile Size: 2MB.