8th International Conference on Materials Science & Engineering (Hybrid Event)
Event on: September | 21-22 | 2023
Mercure Paris CDG Airport & Convention, Paris, France
When describing nanostructures, it is vital to differentiate between the amount of nanoscale dimensions in an object's volume. Nanofilms are very thin layers of fabric with thickness starting from a fraction of a nanometer to many micrometres. They act as an atomic-thick barrier between the surface world and therefore the overwhelming majority of physicochemical processes. To make nanostructured films, magnetron sputtering from an appropriate target material is usually used. Films are often built from simple materials, like those produced by sputtering from a pure metal target like copper, or they will be made from more complex elements.