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36 Advances in Joining of Ceramics and Cu/Si0 2 ) were also performed in order to suggest that the metal/ceramic bonding process can be controlled by the growth of the area chemically bonded, if the bonding was done under a proper condition of high temperature and high vacuum or a proper metalization for ceramic surfaces treated before bonding. 05 pm), compared with the surface of metals (Cu, Ni and Ti). Valence Auger analysis across the bond-interface was carried out to examine the atomic interaction between metal and ceramics 2» 10>.
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