The effect of structure development in electron-irradiated type Ia diamond View Full Text


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DATE

1999-06

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T. D. Ositinskaya, V. N. Tkach

ABSTRACT

A type Ia diamond crystal with a nitrogen impurity in different forms was 3.5 MeV electron-irradiated with successively increasing doses 5 × 1016, 2 × 1017, 4 × 1017, 2 × 1018 e/cm2 and examined after each dose by positron annihilation, EPR and optical spectroscopy in visible and IR regions. After irradiation with highest dose a development of the defective structure of the crystal was revealed. A detail description of the phenomenon, data of EPR and optical measurements for different irradiation doses are given. The first results of cathodoluminescence studies of the as-developed structure are presented. Possible models of defects responsible for main lines in CL spectra are listed. More... »

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2891-2897

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