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Coating and Drying of Thin Films and its impact on morphology and structure formation

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In modern thin film applications such as organic electronics, biosensors, optical coatings and batteries there is a growing demand for functional layers with particular morphologies, highly homogeneous surface topologies, multilayer structures and desired structure-process properties. The thickness of these layers is in the range of Micrometer to Nanometer with limited acceptance of final film properties. Coating and Drying affect the resulting functional coating properties in many aspects such as cross profile, morphology, adhesion, life-time and for e.g. organic electronic devices the performance and efficiencies respectively. Research results on different topics related to this issues and published recently ([1] –5) will be presented.

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