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Chemical-vapor-deposited diamond film

Kazuhisa Miyoshi

Chemical-vapor-deposited diamond film

by Kazuhisa Miyoshi

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diamond films.,
  • Tribology.,
  • Diamonds.,
  • Vapor deposition.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesChemical vapor deposited diamond film
    StatementKazuhisa Miyoshi.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1999-107249, Chapter 9, NASA technical memorandum -- 107249..
    ContributionsLewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17132917M

    There are different materials being employed for heat sink production. Among them, diamond has stood out due to its excellent chemical and physical properties. This book chapter focuses on the development, properties, and applications of CVD diamond heat allmusictrends.com: José Vieira da Silva Neto, Mariana Amorim Fraga, Vladimir Jesus Trava-Airoldi. Study of Microstructures in Single Crystalline Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond Thin Films Study of Microstructures in Single Crystalline Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond Thin Films. Although CVD diamond film has good potential outstanding properties, its industrial applications have been limited by the non-uniform thickness and rough Author: Lokendra Jain, D.R. Mohapatra, R. Bajpai, Ritwik Basu, D.S. Misra, Indradev Samajdar.

    Nanodiamond crystals containing single color centers have been grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD). The fluorescence from individual crystallites was directly correlated with crystallite size using a combined atomic force and scanning confocal fluorescence microscope. Under the conditions employed, the optimal size for single optically active nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center incorporation was. Abstract The in-plane thermal conductivity κ ∥ has been measured over the temperature range K for samples of chemical-vapor-deposited (CVD) diamond made by both the microwave and hot-filament processes. The samples span a range of defect level, grain size, and degree of thinning. Comparison with a model of heat transport suggests that κ ∥ is limited by scattering of phonons from.

    Sep 01,  · Evolution of residual stress and its components with increasing temperature in chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond films has a crucial impact on their high temperature applications. In this work we investigated temperature dependence of stress in CVD diamond film deposited on Si() substrate in the temperature range of 30 °C to °C by Cited by: 2. Piezoresistivity in vapor-deposited diamond films M. Aslam, I. Taher, and A. Masood homoepitaxial chemical-vapor-deposited diamond films. The gauge factor for polycrystalline -oriented homoepitaxial diamond film was found to be at least at room temperature. Although the origins and unexpected temperature dependence of piezoresistive.


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This chapter describes clean and contaminated diamond surfaces, Chemical-vapor-deposited (CVD) diamond film deposition technology, the characterization of CVD diamond film, and general and tribological properties of these films. Researchers have found that atomically clean diamond has high adhesion and allmusictrends.com: Kazuhisa Miyoshi.

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A review of crystallographic textures in chemical vapor-deposited diamond films Article in Frontiers of Materials Science in China 4(1) · January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a process in which films of materials are deposited from the vapor phase by the decomposition of chemicals on the surface of a substrate (Fig.

1).Most frequently the process is thermally driven but photo- and plasma-assisted methods are also used. The deposition of the film is controlled by a chemical reaction. Diamond films are grown by depositing carbon from gaseous species on prepared substrates. This process does not give surface uniformity, Chemical-vapor-deposited diamond film book on the growth side where crystalline formations create very rough surfaces.

Ronald D. Schaeffer, Li Chen, and Wen Ho "Laser planarization of chemical vapor deposited diamond film", Proc. SPIE Cited by: 1. Diamond growth by chemical vapour deposition. with the diamond film, have a melting point higher than the diamond growth and have a thermal expansion co- efficient close to the one of diamonds.

Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a vacuum deposition method used to produce high quality, high-performance, solid materials. The process is often used in the semiconductor industry to produce thin films.

In typical CVD, the wafer (substrate) is exposed to one or more volatile precursors, which react and/or decompose on the substrate surface to produce the desired deposit.

@article{osti_, title = {Textures and morphologies of chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond}, author = {Clausing, R.E. and Heatherly, L. and Horton, L.L. and Specht, E.D. and Begun, G.M. and Wang, Z.L.}, abstractNote = {The textures, surface morphologies, structural perfection, and properties of diamond films grown by activated chemical.

Electron emission from chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond and amorphous carbon (a-C) films was observed with a simple field emission device (FED). Both diamond and a-C films were prepared with microwave plasma-enhanced CVD techniques.

Electron emission in. Jan 19,  · Diamond is one of the most important functional materials for film applications due to its extreme physical and mechanical properties, many of which depend on the crystallographic texture. The influence of various deposition parameters matters to the texture formation and evolution during chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of diamond films.

In this overview, the texture evolutions are presented Cited by: 8. Freestanding single crystal chemical vapor deposited diamond films produced using a lift-off method: After this pretreatment, thick diamond film growth is performed, and then the graphitic defective layer is dissolved by electrochemical etching, finally resulting in removal of the substrate from the diamond film.

Cited by: 3. Diamond films grown by plasma chemical vapor deposition techniques display a fairly low resistivity (∼ Ω cm). Heat treating the films causes an increase in the resistivity by up to six orders of magnitude. The low resistivity of the as‐grown films is postulated to be due to hydrogen passivation of traps in the films.

Annealing causes dehydrogenation resulting in the electrical Cited by: D. Harris, “Development of Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond for Infrared Optical Applications, Status Report and Summary of Properties,” Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake Technical Report No.

NAWCWPNS TP (July ). Google ScholarCited by: 2. hemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond materials, grown from low pressure gases activated by plasmas, hot filaments, and combustion flames, were a nov-elty and scientific curiosity several decades ago.

Now, CVD diamond is a maturing material with a wide variety of technological impacts, and with even more exciting applications to come in the future. Oxidation kinetics of diamond, graphite, and chemical vapor deposited diamond films by thermal gravimetry The results suggest that preferred orientation of diamond crystallites in the CVD film plays a major role on its oxidation behavior.

Article MetricsCited by: Tribological Properties of Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond Film on YT14 Cemented Carbide under Water Lubrication Condition; Enhancement of Impact Properties by Using Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes as Secondary Reinforcement in Glass/Epoxy Laminates.

Structures and Mechanical Properties of Natural and Synthetic Diamonds Introduction and Historic Perspective Diamond is an allotrope of carbon, joining graphite and the fullerenes as the major pure carbon structures.

Diamond has a unique combination of properties: hardness, thermal conductivity, chemical and thermal inertness, and abrasion. Jun 05,  · Solid Lubrication Fundamentals and Applications description of the adhesion, friction, abrasion, and wear behavior of solid film lubricants and related tribological materials, including diamond and diamond-like solid films.

The book details the properties of solid surfaces, clean surfaces, and contaminated surfaces as well as discussing the structuCited by: Dielectric properties of hydrogen-incorporated chemical vapor deposited diamond thin films Abstract Diamond thin films with a broad range of microstructures from a ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD) form developed at Argonne National Laboratory to a microcrystalline diamond (MCD) form have beenCited by: Cathodoluminescence (CL) and annealing studies of microwave plasma‐assisted chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond films were carried out.

The annealing Cited by:. roughness of hot Filament chemical vapor deposited diamond films can be reduced from about to about nm with rounding off of sharp asperities with no change in the diamond structure.

The polished films exhibit coefficient of friction () and wear rates much lower than that of unpolished films.Apr 30,  · Figure 1 shows the growth of colorless diamond on a yellow HPHT-grown diamond seed. This particular crystal is approximately 1 mm thick.

Thicker crystals can be produced by extending the growth time, either by leaving the crystal in the growth chamber or by removing the seed, inspecting it, and returning it to the chamber for additional growth.Aug 28,  · If high X-ray flux is demanded from a small spot, the power density at the anode can be very high.

Some anodes employ a chemical vapor deposited (CVD) diamond heat spreader, brazed flush into the copper body beneath the aluminum film (Fig. 1). This technical brief reports the findings of finite element analysis (FEA) of the thermal performance Cited by: 5.