e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology
Online ISSN : 1348-0391
Superexpress Letters
Simultaneous Deposition of Submicron Aerosols onto Both Surfaces of a Plate Substrate by Electrostatic Forces
Masao GenSeiji IkawaShinichi SagawaI.Wuled Lenggoro
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2014 Volume 12 Pages 238-241

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We demonstrate one-step deposition of submicrometer-sized particles suspended in the gas-phase onto a plate type substrate using an electrostatic-assisted spray system. The spray nozzle was set perpendicularly to the substrates (facing the front surface). The particles were deposited on plate-type metallic surfaces, on both front and rear sides of the substrate. This “both-side” deposition can be ascribed to deflection of charged particles in the front side, and then drifting of the particles around the rear side. A numerical simulation also showed that the deposition mechanism was found to be dependent on the center and the edge of the substrate. The electrostatic effect is more effective on both the center and the edge than the diffusion effect. [DOI: 10.1380/ejssnt.2014.238]

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