Properties and Growth of Diamond
Gordon Davies, INSPEC (Information service)
INSPEC, the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Jan 1, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 437 pages
Diamond research holds the promise of applications as diverse as machine tooling, optical coatings, X-ray windows and light-emitting optoelectronic devices. This volume contains reviews, evaluations and guidance on over 2000 sources from scientific journals on bulk and thin film diamonds.
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SURFACE PROPERTIES OF DIAMOND
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1993 A INTRODUCTION A.T. Collins acceptor aggregates annealing Appl atoms band bonding boron carbide carbon cathodoluminescence concentration crystal CVD diamond Datareview Davies defects Diam diamond films diamond surfaces diffusion doping effect electron irradiation energy etching experimental flame g-matrix G.S. Woods graphite graphitisation Growth Netherlands hot filament hydrogen Ila diamond impurity ion implantation ionisation isotope J.E. Butler J.E. Field J.T. Glass K.A. Snail laminar laser lattice layer Lett Lond luminescence Materials Research Society measurements Messier metal method microwave plasma natural diamonds natural type Netherlands nitrogen observed ohmic contacts oxygen p-type P.K. Bachmann parameters Philos phonon photoconductivity Phys plasma platelets pressure Proc Raman reactor room temperature Semiconductors silicon Solid substrate substrate temperature Switzerland symmetry related sites synthetic diamond TABLE techniques thermal conductivity transition type Ila type Ilb diamond vacancy valence band vibrational Wilks zero-phonon line