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15 August 1998 Laser disk texturing with small bumps
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Pulsed green laser with 532 nm wavelength and 270 ns pulse duration was first used to produce a textured zone on a Ni-P disk substrate. Combining a so-called tip-writing method, typical small bumps of interest with bump diameter around 3 micrometer and with bump height about 10 - 20 nm were successfully created. A dependence of bump height on bump diameter was discussed under the case of tip-writing. And the changes of bump shapes with laser pulse energy were studied and bumps with sunflower-like shape were observed under low laser pulse energy.
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Chengwu An, Yongfeng Lu, Yeow Whatt Goh, and Weijie Wang "Laser disk texturing with small bumps", Proc. SPIE 3550, Laser Processing of Materials and Industrial Applications II, (15 August 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.317949
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