Atomic Layer Deposition
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L’Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) est un procédé de dépôt de couches minces atomiques. Le principe consiste à exposer une surface successivement à différents précurseurs chimiques afin d'obtenir des couches ultra-minces. Il est utilisé dans l'industrie des semi-conducteurs.

L'énorme avantage de l'ALD est de pouvoir faire une monocouche sur une surface présentant un très fort rapport d'aspect (des creux et des bosses). Notamment car la réaction de CVD se déroule directement à la surface, sur une monocouche de gaz précurseurs adsorbés.

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