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Halogenation of Diamond (100) Using Atomic Beams

  • Andrew Freedman (a1) and Charter D. Stinespring (a1)

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Diamond (100) substrates have been halogenated under ultrahigh vacuum conditions using atomic beams of chlorine and fluorine. X-ray photoelectron spectra of the resulting samples indicate that saturation levels of less than a monolayer occur for both species. The fluoride adlayer is stable up to 700 K and slowly desorbs at temperatures above this temperature. In contrast, the chlorine adlayer starts to desorb above 223 K, the lowest temperature sampled.

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Halogenation of Diamond (100) Using Atomic Beams

  • Andrew Freedman (a1) and Charter D. Stinespring (a1)

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