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Hard Coating is Because of Oppositely Worked Force-Energy Behaviors of Atoms
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Journal reference: Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies 2020
Coating of suitable materials having thickness of few atoms to several microns on a substrate is of great interest to the scientific community. Different hard coatings develop under the significant composition of suitably different natured atoms when their force-energy behaviors in certain transition states provide the provision to bind (adhere). In the binding mechanism of different nature suitable atoms, electron (of outer ring) belonging to filled state gas atom takes another clamp of energy knot (of outer ring) belonging to unfilled state solid atom. Set conditions of the process provide the provision of binding different nature atoms in a technique or method meant for it. Different natures of atoms develop structure in the form of hard coating by locating ground points between their original ones where gaseous nature atoms increase potential energy under the decreasing levitational force at electron-level while the solid atoms decrease potential energy under the decreasing gravitational force at electron-level. In TiN coating, Ti–Ti binding occurs through the difference of expansion of their energy knots nets when one atom just lands on the already landed atom while the adhered nitrogen atom incorporates at their interstitial position. Under suitable set parameters, differently natured atoms deposit in the form of coating at substrate surface under the given conditions. The rate of ejecting or dissociating of solid-natured atoms from the source depend on its nature, process parameters and the processing technique. In random arc-based vapor deposition system, depositing differently natured atoms at substrate surface depends on the input power. In addition to intrinsic nature of atoms, different properties and characteristics of coatings emerge as per engaged forces under the involved energy. The present study sets new trends in the field of coatings involving the diversified class of materials and their counterparts.
fundamental science; atomic nature and behavior; hard coating; expansion and contraction; force-energy behaviors; surface and interface
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