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Effect of slurry aging on stability and performance of chemical mechanical planarization process
Chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) is known to be one of the most challenging processes in microelectronics manufacturing due to the number of variables involved in the design of the process. In particular, the slurries ...
Pool boiling critical heat flux in dielectric liquids and nanofluids
With the recent advances in consumer and power electronics, efficient thermal management of high heat flux components has taken on new urgency. While its inherent advantages have made air cooling the method of choice for ...
Discrete dipole approximation of gold nanospheres on substrates: considerations and comparison with other discretization methods
(AAPP Physical, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, 2011)
We embark on this preliminary study of the suitability of the discrete dipole approximation with surface interaction (DDA-SI) method to model electric field scattering from noble metal nano-structures on dielectric substrates. ...
Engineering with and for light absorption and scattering: a quarter century of experimental research at RTL
(Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, 2011)
Characterization of particles requires detailed understanding of light interaction with homogeneous/inhomogeneous and regular/irregular shaped particles, or fractallike structures, within optically thin or thick media. ...
Control of near-field radiative heat transfer via surface phonon-polariton coupling in thin films
(Springer Business+Media, 2011-06)
The possibility of controlling near-field radiative heat transfer with the use of silicon carbide thin films supporting surface phonon–polaritons in the infrared spectrum is explored. For this purpose, the local density ...
Coexistence of multiple regimes for near-field thermal radiation between two layers supporting surface phonon polaritons in the infrared
(American Physical Society, 2011)
We demonstrate the coexistence of different near-field thermal radiation regimes between two layers supporting surface phonon polaritons (SPhPs) in the infrared. These regimes existwhen the distance of separation between ...
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