Surface Cleaning in Thin Film Technology
As a practical matter, a “clean surface” is one that contains no significant amounts of undesirable material. In some cases, such as the adhesion of deposited thin films, foreign material on the surface may be desirable or necessary. Adhesion is often equated to surface cleanliness,+ so surface treatments or the deliberate addition of foreign material which improves adhesion may be considered cleaning techniques.
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