Goto, Takashi (2005) Surface coating technology for biomaterials--morphology and nano-structure control. International Congress Series, 1284 . 248 - 256.
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Thin film coatings have been widely employed, particularly in the semiconductor industry; however, thick oxide coatings also have promising applications including biomaterial coatings. High-speed deposition processes, commonly plasma spray or electron beam physical vapor deposition, have been utilized for thick coatings, whereas another deposition route has been pursued to obtain high-performance thick coatings. This paper introduces a new high-speed deposition process, laser chemical vapor deposition (LCVD), for thick coatings and its versatility of morphology and nano-structure control are advantageous to adherence of ceramic coatings to metal substrates. LCVD has achieved extremely high deposition rates ranging from 100 to 3000 μm/h for various oxide coatings such as ZrO2, Y2O3, Al2O3 and TiO2. Excellent adherence can be developed by columnar texture containing a large amount of nano-pores in the grain of oxide coatings.
|Additional Information:||Interface Oral Health Science - Proceedings of the International Symposium for Interface Oral Health, held in Sendai, Japan, between 2 and 3 February 2005|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Laser chemical vapor deposition; Morphology; Nano-structure; Oxide coating; Columnar texture; Nano-pore|
|Subjects:||Material Science > Bio materials|
Material Science > Nanostructured materials
|Deposited On:||07 Jul 2009 17:21|
|Last Modified:||07 Jul 2009 17:21|
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