30 September 1996 Fullerenes transfer to diamond under laser processing and subsequent heat treatment
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The experimental samples, coated with buckyballs and buckytubes respectively, were processed with laser and subsequent quenching. Scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, x-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy were employed to investigate the treated surfaces. The experimental results showed that diamond particles dispersed in Fe-C alloy system could be obtained by CO2 continuous laser-induced quenching of fullerene coatings on carbon steel s well as on ductile iron. The results also indicated that the treated surfaces, which reached an average macro-hardness of HRC 65-70, contained a great deal of polygonal crystallites on the order of microns and most of them were well-faceted cubic diamonds.
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Bingqing Wei, Bingqing Wei, Ji Liang, Ji Liang, Jihong Zhang, Jihong Zhang, Wenjin Liu, Wenjin Liu, Zhidong Gao, Zhidong Gao, Dehai Wu, Dehai Wu, } "Fullerenes transfer to diamond under laser processing and subsequent heat treatment", Proc. SPIE 2888, Laser Processing of Materials and Industrial Applications, (30 September 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.253133; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.253133
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