carbon

Lattice damage in 9-MeV-carbon irradiated diamond and its recovery after annealing

*Carbon* **123**, 334--343 (2017)

Micro-Raman spectroscopy of near-surface damage in diamond irradiated with 9-MeV boron ions

We have studied the near-surface damage in a diamond crystal caused by irradiation with swift boron ions and its healing after high-temperature annealing. A diamond crystal was irradiated with 9-MeV $^{11}$B$^{3+}$ ions with fluence values between $1 …

Carbon hollow nanospheres from chlorination of ferrocene

The chlorination of ferrocene at 900°C yields very interesting carbon hollow nanospheres (CHNSs) with diameters of ∼50−150 nm and ∼12−25 nm thick walls. X-ray energy-dispersive spectroscopy shows no traces of chlorine or iron and the π*/σ* ratio of …

DC substrate bias effects on the physical properties of hydrogenated amorphous carbon films grown by plasma-assisted chemical vapour deposition

In the present work, $a$-C:H films have been grown from argon/methane gas mixtures by Electron Cyclotron Resonance Chemical Vapour Deposition (ECRCVD). The effect of the application of a dc bias voltage to the silicon substrate material on the …

Single-wall carbon nanotubes bearing covalently linked phthalocyanines - Photoinduced electron transfer

*J. Am. Chem. Soc.* **129**, 5061--5068 (2007)

Dielectric characterization of oxyacetylene flame-deposited diamond thin films

The dielectric properties of CVD diamond films grown by the oxyacetylene flame method for frequency dependent electrical fields have been studied. The dependence of these properties on temperature (from room temperature to 150°C) has also been …