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20 October 1998 Impurity and stress distribution in diamond films investigated by laser-excited Raman and luminescence spectroscopy
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Proceedings Volume 3484, Lasers in Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing of Diamond; (1998) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328194
Event: Lasers in Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing of Diamond, 1997, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Abstract
Impurity and stress distribution in diamond films have been studied by microRaman and microphotoluminescence. Raman and PL lateral profiles reveal the existence of a large anisotropic stress at the grain boundary resulting in frequency splitting and linewidth variations of the TO phonon. The detection of an additional peak at 1326 cm-1 related to exagonal diamond phases and the high intensity reached by the 1.68 eV PL band at the coalescence region between two grains give evidence of preferential incorporation of defects at the grain boundary regions. Similarly, Raman and PL depth profiles indicate that the non-diamond intergrain tissue, abundant close to the substrate, induces compressive stress and represents a preferential site for Si diffusion.
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S. Salvatori, M. C. Rossi, Fabrizio M. Galluzzi, F. Somma, and Rosa Maria Montereali "Impurity and stress distribution in diamond films investigated by laser-excited Raman and luminescence spectroscopy", Proc. SPIE 3484, Lasers in Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing of Diamond, (20 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328194
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