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DATE

2005

AUTHORS

Inna I. Kulakova

ABSTRACT

The position of nanodiamonds in the genealogical series of products from functional derivatives of adamantine to diamond macrocrystals with different surface functional groups was considered. The change of the chemical state of nanodiamond particles resulted in gas treatment was investigated by the method of IR spectroscopy. It was suggested on the basis of spectral data and elemental analysis that nitrogen can be mainly in the form of impurity N-centers of different kind inside diamond core of nanodiamond particle. The specific features of nanodiamond oxidation are considered. The opinion is stated that they are connected with the high relative content of functional surface groups and their nature. More... »

PAGES

365-379

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1990-01. Nanometre-sized diamonds are more stable than graphite in NATURE
  • 2004-04. Surface chemistry of nanodiamonds in PHYSICS OF THE SOLID STATE
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    Innovative Superhard Materials and Sustainable Coatings for Advanced Manufacturing

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    1-4020-3469-5

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