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Subject: Re: copper coated quartz

Date: 09/21/01 at 12:09 PM
Posted by: MIKE PLAISTED
E-mail: mike108@togehter.net
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In Reply to: Re: copper coated quartz posted by Josh Arbogast on 09/19/01 at 4:11 PM:

With this information my first thought is for electroplating. If you have a problem with the properties of that film, I think you may have a lifetime job to do it all in vacumm..

Osram in Exeter, NH used to sell a chrome plated tungsten rod for thermal PVD that could give you an adhesion layer that could then be electroplated to thickness.

Any heat will put the copper film into compression and you'll need all the adhesion possible.

mike plaisted


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