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Apparatusdevelopment For Diamond Synthesis From Acetone Vapor with Low Energy Consumpution

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 March 2011

Fumitomo Onishi
Affiliation:
Teikyo Univ. of Science & Technology, 2525 Yatsusawa, Uenohara-machi, Kitatsuru-gun, Yamanashi-Pref.,409-0193, JAPAN
Rie Hayashi
Affiliation:
Teikyo Univ. of Science & Technology, 2525 Yatsusawa, Uenohara-machi, Kitatsuru-gun, Yamanashi-Pref.,409-0193, JAPAN
Yoshiki Takagi
Affiliation:
Teikyo Univ. of Science & Technology, 2525 Yatsusawa, Uenohara-machi, Kitatsuru-gun, Yamanashi-Pref.,409-0193, JAPAN
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Abstract

We synthesized diamond via gaseous phase of vaporized acetone. Molecular acetone decomposes to two methyl radicals with thermal activation. We propose here a new method for diamond synthesis with these methyl radicals from molecular acetone. With this method, we successfully synthesized diamond particles with shorter experimental time than conventional method. With liquid carbon source, such as acetone, impurity elements will be easily substituted in synthesized diamond thin, film which has wide applications for the future electronic devices.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 2001

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1. Fabisiak, K.et.al “The Raman spectroscopy of diamond films deposited on metal and insulator substrates with varying thermal expansion coefficient”, Diamond and Related Materials, 1(1992) pp.7782 CrossRefGoogle Scholar
2. Okoshi, M.et.al., “Deposition of diamond-like carbon films by femtosecond laser ablation using frozen acetone targets”, Applied Surface Science, 154–155 (2000) pp.376381.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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