Diamond-like carbon

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Diamond-like carbon (DLC) exists in seven different forms of amorphous carbon materials that display some of the typical properties of diamond. (Wikipedia.org)






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Relationship between Spatial Wavelength Pad Surface Profile and Pattern Step-height Reduction with 28 nm Ceria Particle Slurry

ICPT 2012 - International Conference on Planarization/CMP Technology, 2012

SiO2 material removal rate with different size ceria particle slurries were measured. Pad hardness, roughness, pad surface-wafer contact area were observed. Spatial wavelength pad roughness analysis was conducted to quantify pad surface-wafer contact property. Three types of noble diamond disks were employed to generate different pad surface roughness. Harder pad increases blanket oxide film removal rate with larger ceria particle ...


Application of PECVD-deposited diamondllike carbon film to protective overcoat of rigid magnetic disk

1990 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 1990

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The effect of depth of cut on the Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation of multi-pass nanometric machining

The 17th International Conference on Automation and Computing, 2011

The effect of depth of cut on multi-pass nanometric machining of copper workpiece with diamond tool was studied using the Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation. The copper-copper interactions were modelled by the EAM potential and the copper-diamond interactions were modelled by the Morse potential. The diamond tool was modelled as a deformable body and the Tersoff potential was applied for the ...


Precise micro-fabrication of structures to enhance photon collection from diamond color centers

CLEO: 2011 - Laser Science to Photonic Applications, 2011

Diamond color centers show promise in quantum photonics applications. However practical implementation is limited by low photon collection efficiency. We report precise fabrication of structures which substantially increase collection efficiency from color centers.


The path analysis of enhancing China's industrial competitiveness from the perspective of Energy Management Contract

2011 International Conference on Remote Sensing, Environment and Transportation Engineering, 2011

In the 12th National Five-year Plan period, China will enhance its industrial competitiveness by leaps and bounds. With the perfection of national policies in Energy Management Contract, the energy-saving industry is offering new opportunities for China to enhance its industrial competitiveness. Based on the Porter Diamond Model, this paper explored the mechanism of Energy Management Contract combined with companies in ...


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  • Relationship between Spatial Wavelength Pad Surface Profile and Pattern Step-height Reduction with 28 nm Ceria Particle Slurry

    SiO2 material removal rate with different size ceria particle slurries were measured. Pad hardness, roughness, pad surface-wafer contact area were observed. Spatial wavelength pad roughness analysis was conducted to quantify pad surface-wafer contact property. Three types of noble diamond disks were employed to generate different pad surface roughness. Harder pad increases blanket oxide film removal rate with larger ceria particle slurries, but no significant difference among pads with 28 nm wet colloidal ceria particle slurry. As pad hardness decreases, longer spatial wavelength surface roughness increases. The spatial wavelength pad roughness property, especially in longer wavelength region, has strong relationship with initial step height reduction speed. Semi-blocky type diamond disk creates longer wavelength pad roughness profile compared to the other disk types. Keywords: pad hardness, spatial wavelength, step height, diamond disk

  • Application of PECVD-deposited diamondllike carbon film to protective overcoat of rigid magnetic disk

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  • The effect of depth of cut on the Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation of multi-pass nanometric machining

    The effect of depth of cut on multi-pass nanometric machining of copper workpiece with diamond tool was studied using the Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation. The copper-copper interactions were modelled by the EAM potential and the copper-diamond interactions were modelled by the Morse potential. The diamond tool was modelled as a deformable body and the Tersoff potential was applied for the carbon-carbon interactions. It was observed that the average tangential and normal components of the cutting forces increase with increase in depth of cut and they reduced in consecutive cutting passes for each depth of cut. Also, the ratio of the tangential to normal force components decreases as the depth of cut increases, but remains fairly constant after 1.5nm depth of cut. The ratio of the cutting force to area decreases with increase in the depth of cut and remains constant after 2.5nm depth of cut.

  • Precise micro-fabrication of structures to enhance photon collection from diamond color centers

    Diamond color centers show promise in quantum photonics applications. However practical implementation is limited by low photon collection efficiency. We report precise fabrication of structures which substantially increase collection efficiency from color centers.

  • The path analysis of enhancing China's industrial competitiveness from the perspective of Energy Management Contract

    In the 12th National Five-year Plan period, China will enhance its industrial competitiveness by leaps and bounds. With the perfection of national policies in Energy Management Contract, the energy-saving industry is offering new opportunities for China to enhance its industrial competitiveness. Based on the Porter Diamond Model, this paper explored the mechanism of Energy Management Contract combined with companies in the whole industry chain, then found three main paths of industrial upgrading from the Energy Management Contract perspective.

  • Artificial heart valve with NCD coating

    Development in thin-layer diamond-like coatings is a very crucial advance in the field of improvement of biomaterial biocompatibility. Owing to their already investigated properties, diamond-like carbon (DLC) and nanocrystalline diamond (NCD) coatings deposited on implants, which are made of materials that can cause undesirable reactions in the organism, can significantly improve the parameters a spare part of the human body should be characterised by. Diamond- like carbon (DLC) is attractive as a wear-resistant coating for biomedical applications due to its high hardness and low coefficient of friction, chemical inertness and smooth surface finish. One important property of both hard and soft DLC is their biocompatibility, and the potential of DLC coatings for biomedical applications has been extensively reported in the literature. In addition to biocompatibility, this potential is related to the fact that DLC is wear-resistant, smooth/low friction, and inert to chemical attack, and it forms a hermetic coating.

  • Resonant Tunneling Behaviour in the I-V Response of Multilayered Nanocarbon Based Field Assisted Electron Emitters

    Summary form only given. There is an increasing interest in carbon based nanostructured materials like the nanodiamond, nanotubes, nanocluster and nanowall carbon. The interest stems from the diverse fields of application envisaged for these materials which include, vacuum microelectronics, energy storage systems, MEMS, electronics, nanotechnology and sensors. Recently, these materials including nanocrystalline diamond, nanotubes and nanocluster carbon have all been widely reported as low field electron emitters. Most of these nanocarbons have been grown using high temperature process such as hot filament CVD, thermal CVD, microwave plasma CVD and Plasma CVD. In an effort to develop a low temperature grown carbon based field assisted electron emitters. We observe that under optimum conditions nanodiamond and nanocluster carbon based multilayered films exhibit relatively low field electron emission of 1 V/mum. Further, some of the samples seem to exhibit I-V characteristics, with a negative differential resistance region at room temperature conditions. This negative differential resistance or the resonant tunneling type behaviour was observed to be dependent on the nanoseeded diamond size and concentration for a given nanocluster carbon film. Further we observe similar behaviour in the case of thin silicon dioxide layer and carbon nanotube based multilayered electron emitters. Presented is a possible mechanism for such behaviour in these nanomaterial based multilayered devices

  • Self-consistent modeling of higher pressure Microwave PACVD reactors

    Self-consistent simulation of Microwave PACVD reactors at higher pressures is challenging as it involves coupling many different physical phenomena that are highly nonlinear. This paper presents a solution for these problems. Two major components of the simulation include a finite-difference frequency domain (FDFD) electromagnetic model, and a steady-state convective plasma flow model. These two components are run concurrently while converging toward a single, self-consistent solution. To our knowledge, this is the first model to describe in detail the various physical, chemical, and thermal processes occurring during Microwave PACVD diamond film growth at higher pressures (up to 40% atmosphere). Detailed results and comparisons with experimental data will be presented at the conference.

  • Modeling and comparisons of field emitter devices with variable geometries

    We report different geometries of gated field emitter devices and their simulation results. Each geometry is defined as tip-on-post, flat cathode and bottle-neck separately. We report the optimized tip height and width of tip- on-post with best high emission current. The electric field calculation, and emission current are compared at different aspect ratios of tip-on-post cathode. Flat cathode with gate electrode demonstrates the feasibility of diamond thin film application for triode geometry with less leakage current. The calculation of electric field of flat cathode is determined by variable geometrical parameters. In this simulation, the feasibility of bottle neck field emission cathode is reported.

  • A Study of Field Electron Emission Phenomenon Associated with Amorphous Diamond Thin Films

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