Dynamic microscopy of nanoscale cluster growth at the solid–liquid interface

@article{Williamson2003DynamicMO,
  title={Dynamic microscopy of nanoscale cluster growth at the solid–liquid interface},
  author={M. Williamson and R. Tromp and P. Vereecken and R. Hull and F. M. Ross},
  journal={Nature Materials},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={532-536}
}
  • M. Williamson, R. Tromp, +2 authors F. M. Ross
  • Published 2003
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Nature Materials
  • Dynamic processes at the solid–liquid interface are of key importance across broad areas of science and technology. Electrochemical deposition of copper, for example, is used for metallization in integrated circuits, and a detailed understanding of nucleation, growth and coalescence is essential in optimizing the final microstructure. Our understanding of processes at the solid–vapour interface has advanced tremendously over the past decade due to the routine availability of real-time, high… CONTINUE READING
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