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THP on a PZT Ceramic Substate


(1998)

I am trying to do thp on a PZT ceramic substrate that has a thin Ti/Au surface layer with holes about 100 microns in diameter. Traditional electroless process doesn't give consistent results. I have been putting a 6-8 micron deposit over the Au. prior to wet processing.

Any suggestions?
Thanks

Phil Jordan
- Issaquah, Washington


(2001)

Gday Mate,

Probably not what you are looking for, some years ago I put together a plating system for titanium on Al2O3 TiBr forms at low temp in Ar is decomposed to ti at ~1100 ° C.

John Ansley
- Sydney, NSW, Australia



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