Arc plasma chemical vapor deposition is, according to a NIST statement, "one of the most promising" of several competing technologies for laying down quality diamond coatings on surfaces.
What does PCVD stand for?
PCVD stands for Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition
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With exclusively licensed commercial rights to nanotube technology developed at some of the world's most respected research universities, the NanoPolaris IP portfolio includes patents and patent applications claiming nanotube compositions of matter and general manufacturing techniques such as chemical vapor deposition synthesis, plasma chemical vapor deposition synthesis, purification, solubilization, separation of certain types of tubes, coatings, functionalization, and manipulation.
Barnes was general manager of the High Density Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition Business Unit at Novellus Systems.
Previously, on March 31, Watkins-Johnson announced that it sold the Semiconductor Equipment Group's high-density plasma chemical vapor deposition intellectual property assets and associated hardware to Applied Materials, which resulted in a pre-tax gain of $9 million.
a wholly owned subsidiary of Watkins-Johnson Company (NYSE:WJ), announced today that it has completed the sale of its high-density plasma chemical vapor deposition (HDPCVD) intellectual property assets plus associated inventory and hardware to Applied Materials, Inc.
Fairchild's innovative technology combined with today's advanced low-K materials provides chip manufacturers with a cost-effective alternative to today's expensive high-density plasma chemical vapor deposition and chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) processes.