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By Yiping Zhao

The constitution of a development or an etch entrance on a floor is not just a subject matter of serious curiosity from the sensible viewpoint but additionally is of primary clinical curiosity. quite often surfaces are created lower than non-equilibrium stipulations such that the morphology isn't consistently gentle. as well as a close description of the features of random tough surfaces, Experimental tools within the actual Sciences, quantity 37, Characterization of Amorphous and Crystalline tough Surface-Principles and functions will specialize in the fundamental ideas of genuine and diffraction suggestions for quantitative characterization of the tough surfaces. The publication therefore contains the newest improvement at the characterization and measurements of a large choice of tough surfaces. The complementary nature of the genuine area and diffraction ideas is totally displayed.

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3) corresponds to a more jagged local surface morphology. The roughness exponent is directly related to the local surface fractal dimension D8 by d + 1 - Ds, where d + 1 is the dimension of the embedded space. The quantity is the lateral correlation length, within which the surface heights of any two points are correlated. These three parameters, w, a, and ~, are independent from each other and completely characterize a self-affine surface. They vary according to the process by which the surface morphology is formed.

10 o ~,,,f -20 0 r~ 20 10 0 -10 -20 4~ FIG. 8 ent. -2~ 0 2~ 4~ E x a m p l e s of two s u r f a c e s h a v i n g t h e s a m e w a n d ~ b u t w h i c h look v e r y differ- For self-affine rough surfaces having the same w and ~, the smaller a is, the rougher the surface becomes. 5. We shall postpone a detailed description of self-affine surfaces with different a values until the next chapter. An equivalent function to the auto-correlation function R(p) is the height-height correlation function (or structure function) H(p), defined as H(p) - E { [ h ( r ) - h(r + p)]2}.

Woods, Probability, Random Processes, and Estimation Theory for Engineers, 2nd Edition (Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1994). 3. EXAMPLES OF RANDOM ROUGH SURFACES In Chapter 2 we discussed how to characterize a random rough surface. We know that different rough surfaces would have different statistical parameters, especially the height distributions and the correlation functions or power spectra. In this chapter, we will discuss in detail three different surface morphologies during thin film growth/etching processes: self-affine surfaces, mounded surfaces, and anisotropic surfaces.

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