Cleaning and surface properties

@inproceedings{Taborelli2006CleaningAS,
  title={Cleaning and surface properties},
  author={M. Taborelli},
  year={2006}
}
Principles of precision cleaning for ultra high vacuum applications are reviewed together with the techniques for the evaluation of surface cleanliness. Methods to verify the effectiveness of cleaning procedures are discussed. Examples are presented to illustrate the influence of packaging and storage on the recontamination of the surface after cleaning. Finally, the effect of contamination on some relevant surface properties, like secondary electron emission and wettability is presented. 

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