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SILICON ROUGHNESS INDUCED BY PLASMA ETCHING
A parametric study of single‐crystal silicon roughness induced by an SF6 plasma has been carried out by means of atomic force microscopy. An helicon source (also called resonant inductive plasmaExpand
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Anomalous diffusion mediated by atom deposition into a porous substrate.
Constant flux atom deposition into a porous medium is shown to generate a dense overlayer and a diffusion profile. Scaling analysis shows that the overlayer acts as a dynamic control for atomicExpand
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Plasma based platinum nanoaggregates deposited on carbon nanofibers improve fuel cell efficiency
One of the authors A.C. gratefully acknowledges ARC Australian Research Network for Advanced Materials, CNRS GDR-I “Plasmas” and ANU for financial support.
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Mathematical Modeling of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Nearly Spherical-Shaped Electrode Particles
A micro-scale model of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) involving electrochemical reactions and mass transport behaviors throughout electrodes packed with nearly spherical-shaped particles wasExpand
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Molecular dynamics for low temperature plasma?surface interaction studies
The mechanisms of physical and chemical interactions of low temperature plasmas with surfaces can be fruitfully explored using molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. MD simulations follow the detailedExpand
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Thermal stability of AlCoCrCuFeNi high entropy alloy thin films studied by in-situ XRD analysis
High entropy alloys (HEAs), containing five to thirteen metallic elements, with a concentration in the range of 5 to 35 % for each element, exhibit very interesting properties (mechanical,Expand
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Performance of plasma sputtered fuel cell electrodes with ultra-low Pt loadings
Abstract Ultra-low Pt content PEMFC electrodes have been manufactured using magnetron co-sputtering of carbon and platinum on a commercial E-Tek ® uncatalyzed gas diffusion layer in plasma fuel cellExpand
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Percolative growth of palladium ultrathin films deposited by plasma sputtering
Palladium ultrathin films have been deposited by a plasma sputtering technique. In a first step, small particles (mean diameter d<3nm). homogeneously distributed on amorphous carbon membraneExpand
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Plasma sputtering deposition of platinum into porous fuel cell electrodes
Platinum is deposited into porous carbon materials relevant for fuel cell electrodes using plasma sputtering techniques. The resulting platinum concentration profile extends up to 2 µm into theExpand
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High Performance plasma sputtered PdPt fuel cell electrodes with ultra low loading
Abstract A PdPt (10 wt% Pt) catalyst is used to replace platinum at the cathode of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell membrane electrode assembly (PEMFC MEA) whereas pure palladium is used as theExpand
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