Hard Coating Deposits: Incompatible Working Energy and Forced Behaviors of Gas and Solid Atoms

@inproceedings{Ali2019HardCD,
  title={Hard Coating Deposits: Incompatible Working Energy and Forced Behaviors of Gas and Solid Atoms},
  author={Mubarak Ali and E. Hamzah and M. Toff},
  year={2019}
}
Coating a suitable material on substrate in thickness of nanometres to microns is a great interest of scientific community. Hard coatings develop under the significant composition of suitable atoms, where their energy and forced behavior while in certain transition state favour binding. In the binding mechanism of gas and solid atoms, electron belonging to outer ring (filled state) of gas atom undertakes another clamping of energy knot belonging to outer ring (unfilled state) of solid atom. Set… Expand

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