Diamond single crystals were grown on the silicon whiskers by a hot filament chemical vapor deposition technique at the filament temperature about 2100 degrees C and the temperature of support 800 degrees C. Specimens were examined by SEM, TEM, HRTEM and SAED. When the filament temperature was about 1900 degrees C globular polycrystalline diamond particles were grown. At a support temperature more then 800 degrees C SiC nanoparticles were formed. To investigate the ion etching process of the ...Expand abstract
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TEM and HREM of diamond crystals grown on Si tips: structure and results of ion-beam-treatment.
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