A laser-induced chemical transport reaction method for diamond deposition
Diamond growth on a (100) oriented Si substrate by a laser-induced chem. transport reaction (LICTR) method is described. SEM indicated that the LICTR-deposited diamonds had a cubic structure. Their Raman spectrum obsd. at Stokes shifts between 1300 and 1370 cm-1 showed a single sharp line with the position and full width at half-max. very close to those of natural diamond. These results contrast with those obtained for diamond produced by hot-filament CVD.
Keywords: [NRG] ; 7782-40-3 (Diamond) Role: PRP (Properties) (growth of ; by laser-induced chem. transport reaction); 1333-74-0 (Hydrogen) Role: USES (Uses) (laser irradn. of graphite in ; for diamond particles); 7782-42-5 (Graphite) Role: USES (Uses) (laser irradn. of ; in ; diamond deposition laser chem transport reaction
Copyright 2003 ACS
Industrial Inorganic Chemicals
Lab. Chim. Tech.,EPFL,Lausanne,Switz. FIELD URL:
written in English.
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