Self-organization of the structure of porous silicon carbide under external influences

Condensed matter physics

This paper presents the results of a study of the effect of external influences on the structure and phase composition of porous SiC layers obtained by anodization. It is shown how carrying out of standard technological operations makes it possible to control the properties of porous structures and significantly expands the variety of their morphological forms. The conditions facilitating the occurrence of phase-structural and polytype transformations in porous SiC structures are determined.