Bi-level surface modification of hard disk media by carbon using filtered cathodic vacuum arc: Reduced overcoat thickness without reduced corrosion performance

Diamond and Related Materials, pp. 100-108, 2014.

Cited by: 14|Bibtex|Views4|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.diamond.2014.02.011
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Abstract:

The corrosion performance of commercial hard disk media which was subjected to bi-level surface modification has been reported. The surface treatment was carried out by bombarding the surface of the magnetic media with C+ ions at 350eV followed by 90eV using filtered cathodic vacuum arc (FCVA). The energy and embedment depth of the imping...More

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