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TitlePlasma technology: PVD methods in textile manufacturing
Author(s)Fernandes, Margarida Maria Macedo
Zille, Andrea
Issue date2019
CitationFernandes MM, Zille A (2019) Chapter 2.6: Plasma technology: PVD methods in textile manufacturing. In “Textile Strategy for Innovative Higher Education” Training program and e-learning content (TEXSTRA e-book). Edited by Rimvydas Milašius. Erasmus+ KA 2 Strategic Partnership for Higher Education.
Abstract(s)The functionalization of the surface of materials with thin layers, typically in the range of few nanometers to several micrometers is typically applied to impart new and unique properties to a substrate, a strategy that has long been used in technological breakthrough areas such as electronic semiconductor devices, development of optical devices, UV lasers and green LEDs, creation of antireflective coatings, as well as for both energy generation and storage. It is also being applied to biomedicine, through the development of thin-film drug delivery systems. To obtain such films, the physical vapour deposition (PVD) technique, has been widely explored.
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