Mössbauer Spectroscopy Applied to Magnetism and Materials by Brent Fultz (auth.), Gary J. Long, Fernande Grandjean (eds.)
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35 G. Principi The most common ion beam mixing configurations are the following. The simplest one is the monolayer-bulk configuration which consists in a thin film of a material, A, deposited on a substrate, B. The two components are then mixed at an atomic level by bombardment with an ion beam, generally an inert gas, of sufficient energy such that the ion penetration range plus range straggling include the A/B interlace. The bilayer configuration consists of two films deposited onto a substrate, currently oxidized silicon surlaces or suitable materials such as kapton.