Thermoinduced laser-assisted deposition of molybdenum from aqueous solutions

V.V. Kochemirovsky, L.S. Logunov, E.S. Zhigley, V. Baranauskaite

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Abstract

© 2015 SPIE.Local molybdenum deposit obtainment is promising for micro thermocouples creation on dielectric surfaces. This paper is dedicated to development of method of laser-induced molybdenum deposition from water-based solution of inorganic salt on Sitall st-50 and glass dielectric substrates, as well as research of solution composition, pH and substrate optical properties influence on result of laser-induced molybdenum deposition from solution. It was shown that depending on dielectric substrate type, as a result of laser-induced deposition metallic molybdenum or molybdenum dioxide deposit forms: molybdenum dioxide deposits in case of optically clear substrate and metallic molybdenum deposits in case of opaque glass-ceramics. While modelling interim case via using clouded glass, mixture of molybdenum and its oxide was successfully obtained.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThermoinduced laser-assisted deposition of molybdenum from aqueous solutions
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Publication statusPublished - 2015

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