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Influence of the substrate coating temperature on the vacuum properties of Ti-Zr-V non-evaporable getter films / Costa-Pinto, P ; Benvenuti, Cristoforo ; Chiggiato, P ; Prodromides, A E ; Ruzinov, V
Non-evaporable thin film getters of various compositions have been produced by sputtering. Among about 20 materials which have been studied, the lowest activation temperature (about 180 degree C) has been displayed by a Ti-Zr-V coating obtained from a cathode made of intertwisted elemental wires. [...]
2003 - Published in : Vacuum 71 (2003) 307-315
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Influence of the elemental composition and crystal structure on the vacuum properties of Ti-Zr-V non-evaporable getter films / Prodromides, A E (CERN) ; Benvenuti, Cristoforo (CERN) ; Chiggiato, P (CERN) ; Mongelluzzo, A (CERN) ; Ruzinov, V (CERN) ; Scheuerlein, C (CERN) ; Taborelli, M (CERN) ; Lévy, F (LPHE, Lausanne)
Non-evaporable thin film getters based on the elements of the 4th and 5th columns of the periodic table have been deposited by sputtering. Among the about 20 alloys studied to date, the lowest activation temperature (about 180 °C for a 24-hour heating) has been found for the Ti-Zr-V system in a well-defined composition range. [...]
CERN-EST-2001-002-SM.- Geneva : CERN, 2001 - 12 p. - Published in : J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 19 (2001) 2925 Access to fulltext document: PDF; - CERN library copies
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Vacuum properties of TiZrV non-evaporable getter films / Benvenuti, Cristoforo ; Chiggiato, P ; Costa-Pinto, P ; Escudeiro-Santana, A ; Hedley, T ; Mongelluzzo, A ; Ruzinov, V ; Wevers, I
Sputter-deposited thin films of TiZrV are fully activated after 24 h "in situ" heating at 180 °C. [...]
CERN-EST-99-007-SM.
- 1999. - 13 p.
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Vacuum properties of TiZrV non-evaporable getter films [for LHC vacuum system] / Benvenuti, Cristoforo ; Chiggiato, P ; Costa-Pinto, P ; Escudeiro-Santana, A ; Hedley, T ; Mongelluzzo, A ; Ruzinov, V ; Wevers, I
Sputter-deposited thin films of TiZrV are fully activated after 24 h "in situ" heating at 180 degrees C. This activation temperature is the lowest of some 18 different getter coatings studied so far, and it allows the use of the getter thin film technology with aluminium alloy vacuum chambers, which cannot be baked at temperatures higher than 200 degrees C. [...]
Geneva : CERN, 2001 - Published in : Vacuum 60 (2001) 57-65
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Ti-Zr-V non-evaporable getter films : from development to large scale production for the Large Hadron Collider / Chiggiato, P ; Costa-Pinto, P
Non-evaporable getter (NEG) alloys after dissolution of their native oxide layer into the bulk are able to pump most of the gases present in ultra-high vacuum systems. The dissolution process, commonly called activation, is obtained by heating in vacuum. [...]
CERN-TS-2006-001.- Geneva : CERN, 2005 - 13 p. - Published in : Thin Solid Films 515 (2006) 382-388 Access to fulltext document: PDF;
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Adsorption and desorption properties of TiZrV getter film at different temperatures in the presence of synchrotron radiation / Anashin, V V (Novosibirsk, IYF) ; Dostovalov, R V (Novosibirsk, IYF) ; Krasnov, A A (Novosibirsk, IYF) ; Ruzinov, V L (CERN)
The coating of vacuum chambers with TiZrV non-evaporable getter (NEG) developed at CERN is an attractive pumping technology for vacuum systems. Once activated the NEG coating is a material since apart from providing distributed pumping, it may inhibit the gas desorption from the vast reservoir of the industrially prepared substrate material. [...]
2008 - Published in : J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 100 (2008) 092027
In : 17th International Vacuum Congress, 13th International Conference on Surface Science, and International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 2 – 6 Jul 2007, pp.092027
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Lowering the activation temperature of TiZrV non-evaporable getter films [for LHC] / Prodromides, A E ; Scheuerlein, C ; Taborelli, M
In order to reduce the activation temperature of the TiZrV alloy, thin films of various compositions were produced by three-cathode magnetron sputtering on stainless-steel substrates. For the characterisation of the activation behaviour the surface chemical composition has been monitored by Auger electron spectroscopy during specific in situ thermal cycles. [...]
Geneva : CERN, 2001 - Published in : Vacuum 60 (2001) 35-41
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Non-Evaporable Getter Thin Film Coatings for Vacuum Applications / Prodromides, A E
Getters are solid materials capable of chemisorbing gas molecules on their surface: getters are chemical pumps [...]
CERN-THESIS-2002-042 EPFL-THESIS-2652. - Geneva : CERN, 2002. - 168 p.

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XPS analysis of the activation process in non-evaporable getter thin films / Lozano, M ; Fraxedas, J
The surface activation process of sputter-coated non-evaporable getter (NEG) thin films based on Ti-Zr and Ti-Zr-V alloys has been studied in situ by means of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. After exposure of the NEG thin films to ambient air they become reactivated after a thermal treatment in an ultrahigh vacuum. [...]
Geneva : CERN, 2000 - Published in : Surf. Interface Anal. 30 (2000) 623-7
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Lowering the activation temperature of TiZrV non-evaporable getter films / Taborelli, M ; Prodromides, A E ; Scheuerlein, C
In order to reduce the activation temperature of the TiZrV alloy, thin films of various compositions were produced by three-cathode magnetron sputtering on stainless steel substrates. [...]
CERN-EST-99-006-SM.
- 1999. - 10 p.
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