Electrical conductivity studies of diamond films prepared by electron cyclotron resonance

Jin, S.; Moustakas, T.D.
October 1993
Applied Physics Letters;10/25/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 17, p2354
Academic Journal
Investigates the electrical conductivity of diamond films through electron cyclotron resonance microwave plasma. Electrical conductivity activation energies of films with (111) surface morphology; Activation energies of films with (100) morphology; Common impurities in natural and synthetic diamond.


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