Epitaxial growth of diamond films on the {221} and {100} surfaces of c-BN with microstructures

Chai, W.P.; Gu, Y.S.
April 1994
Applied Physics Letters;4/11/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 15, p1941
Academic Journal
Investigates the diamond films on surfaces of cubic boron nitride substrate grown by microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition. Types of surface analysis used to characterize the deposited films; Discovery of a stacking growth mode of the epitaxial diamond films; Morphologies of diamond facets formed on the {221} and {100} surfaces of cubic boron nitride.


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