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Indeed, such effects have been experimentally observed. An important application of the above ideas is to adhesion between the film and substrate. Bonding occurs because of pairwise interactions across interfaces between different kinds of atoms. This means that a force (F = —dV(r)/dr) must be applied to separate the film from the substrate. After the reader differentiates F(r) it will be apparent that the F(r) vs r variation has a similar, but inverted shape relative to the F(r) vs r dependence.
Two simple cases can be distinguished. In the first, a thick layer of diffusant provides an essentially limitless supply of atoms maintaining a constant surface concentration C0 for all time. In the second case, a very thin layer of diffusant provides an instantaneous source S0 of surface atoms per unit area. Here the surface concentration diminishes with time as atoms diffuse into the underlying substrate. These two cases are respectively described by C(0, t) = C0 (l-26a) C(x,t)dx = S0. ) J4DtJ and (l-27b) These represent the simplest mathematical solutions to the diffusion equation and have been employed to determine doping profiles and junction depths in semiconductors.
L-8a. As the atoms approach one another, the individual levels split as a consequence of an extension of the Pauli Exclusion Principle to a collective solid, namely, no two electrons can exist in the same quantum state. Level splitting and broadening occurs first for the valence or outer electrons since their electron clouds are the first to overlap. During atomic attraction, electrons populate the lower energy levels, reducing the overall energy of the solid. With further reduction in interatomic spacing, the overlap increases and the inner charge clouds begin to interact.