1965 Transactions of the Third International Vacuum Congress, Volume 1: Invited Papers is the first of two-volumes that review the state of knowledge in vacuum technology. The present volume comprises the opening address by Prof Auwárter and the twelve comprehensive main lectures. In keeping with the purpose of an international congress, the organizers took great pains to ensure that the choice of topics for the main lectures not only covered the scientific fundamentals as a whole, but also gave appropriate consideration to the technical applications.
An analysis of the submitted topics shows that the strong points of research and development lie in the fields of ""Coating and Thin Layers"", ""Adsorption and Desorption,"" and ""Pressure Measurement and Leak Detection"". In the fields of application, ""Vacuum Metallurgy"" ranks highly. The papers published in the transactions originate from many European and overseas countries, proof that vacuum science is not only keenly pursued in all major industrial countries, but also that the new organizational form of the IUVSTA is capable of winning the services of all these countries for fruitful international cooperation in the vacuum field.
Die Bedeutung des Hochvakuums für die wissenschaftliche und technische Entwicklung
Dynamik verdünnter Gase
Excitation of Spin Waves and Kerr Effect on Thin Ferromagnetic Films
Research in Great Britain on Vacuum Deposited Conducting Resistive and Insulating Thin Films
The Structure and Properties of Thin Films
Sorption on Solids
Gas Sorption by Surfaces Cooled to Low Temperatures
Developments in the Measurement of Low Pressures
Some Physical Aspects of Sputtering
The Vacuum System of "Nimrod"
Les techniques du vide en recherche spatiale
Advances in Vacuum Metallurgy
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- © Pergamon 1966
- 1st January 1966
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