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Subject: Non-conductive metal-like coating made by vacuum metallization

Date: 07/08/01 at 8:47 PM
Posted by: H.S.Han
E-mail: hanhuisheng@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: Re: Non-conductive Metal-like Coating posted by Uwe Krause on 07/08/01 at 6:08 AM:

Dear Krause:

RE: Non-conductive metal-like coatings

As we know, the layer made by vacuum evaporation of metals such as aluminium, copper, chromium, etc is metal-like, shining, but the layer is also electrically conductive. But now, we hope to obtain a layer by vacuum evaporation, which is metal-like and non-conductive. I think a metal alloy, such as bismuth alloy, titanium alloy or antimony alloy can form a non-conductive or semiconductive layer. But I am not sure.

Do you have some experience about this?

Thank you.


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