Argon and hydrogen plasma interactions on diamond (111) surfaces: Electronic states and structure

van der Weide, J.; Nemanich, R.J.
April 1993
Applied Physics Letters;4/19/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 16, p1878
Academic Journal
Compares the effect of hydrogen or argon plasma on natural-type 2-B diamond (111) surfaces. Application of photoemission spectroscopy; Comparison of the electron affinity in varying plasmas; Creation of vacant sites by hydrogen removal from the surface.


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