Top 10 similar words or synonyms for codeposition

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for codeposition

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Copper indium gallium selenide solar cells Coevaporation, or codeposition, is the most prevalent CIGS fabrication technique. Boeing's coevaporation process deposits bilayers of CIGS with different stoichiometries onto a heated substrate and allows them to intermix.
Chromium(II) hydride In 1979 the simplest molecular chromium(II) hydride with the chemical formula (systematically named chromane(2) and dihydridochromium) was synthesised and identified for the first time. It was synthesised directly from the elements, in a reaction sequence which consisted of simultaneous sublimation of chromium to atomic chromium and thermolysis of hydrogen, and concluded with codeposition in a cryogenic argon matrix to form chromane(2).
Electroless nickel Electroless Nickel Phosphorus coatings are specified for a wide variety of engineered applications related to wear resistance. This is mainly attributed to the fact that the coatings not only have high hardness and intrinsic lubricity but also afford excellent corrosion resistance and deposit uniformity. The wear properties of ENP films can also be enhanced through the codeposition of inert particles such as PTFE, Silicon Carbide or Boron Nitride forming a composite coating.
Chromium(II) hydride In 2003 the dimer with the chemical formula (systematically named dichromane(4) and di-μ-hydrido-bis(hydridochromium)) was synthesised and identified for the first time. It was also synthesised directly from the elements, in a reaction sequence which consisted of laser ablation of chromium to atomic chromium, followed by codeposition with hydrogen in a cryogenic matrix to produce chromane(2), and concluded with annealing to form dichromane(4).
Copper indium gallium selenide solar cells NREL developed another process that involves three deposition steps and produced the current CIGS efficiency record holder at 20.3%. The first step in NREL's method is codeposition of In, Ga, and Se. This is followed by Cu and Se deposited at a higher temperature to allow for diffusion and intermixing of the elements. In the final stage In, Ga, and Se are again deposited to make the overall composition Cu deficient.