Oxygen-related centers in chemical vapor deposition of diamond

Ruan, J.; Choyke, W.J.; Kobashi, K.
March 1993
Applied Physics Letters;3/22/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p1379
Academic Journal
Investigates the growth of diamond films using microwave-enhanced chemical vapor deposition. Cathodoluminescence spectra of diamond films; Advantages of oxygen-grown samples; Use of oxygen to reduce impurity-related luminescence peaks.


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