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Vol. 248, Issue 1, January 2021, pp. 18-26




Physical Doping Nanocomposites with Carbon Nanostructures
with High Electron Affinity

Philipp Vysikaylo, Valeriy Mitin and Vladimir Mashchenko

Moscow State Regional University, Radio st. 10, Moscow, 105005, Russia
Tel.: + 7 916 306 7986, fax: + 7 495 652 71 70

* E-mail: filvys@yandex.ru


Received: 9 November 2020 /Accepted: 21 December 2020 /Published: 29 January 2021

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems


Abstract: The fundamental scientific problem for micro- and nanoelectronics has been solved methods for creating and investigating properties of physically doped materials with spatially inhomogeneous structure at the micro- and nanometer scale have been developed. For the application of functional nanocomposite film coatings based on carbides of various transition metals structured by nanocarbon, for the first time in the world we developed a new technique for their plasma deposition on a substrate without the use of reaction gases (hydrocarbons such as propane, acetylene, etc.). We have created nanostructured film materials, including those with increased strength and wear resistance, heterogeneous at the nanoscale, physically doped with nanostructures - quantum traps for free electrons. We learned how to simultaneously spray (in a plasma of a stationary magnetron discharge) carbides and graphite from a special mosaic target (carbide + carbon) made mechanically Based on the analysis of experimental work, we have formulated the foundations of cumulative quantum mechanics capable of describing the unlimited cumulation of the Y-function of a quantum particle to the center in hollow spherically and cylindrically symmetric nanoscale quantum resonators.


Keywords: Physical alloying, Allotropic carbon nanostructures, Coefficient of dry friction, Wear and temperature resistance of nanocomposites, Charged layer.


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