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Title: Microstructural Modification in Diamond-Like Carbon Thin Films Caused by High Energy Ion Irradiation
Authors: Barshilia, H C
Sah, Somna
Mehta, B R
Vankar, V D
Avasthi, D K
Jaipal
Mehta, G K
Keywords: Diamond; Infrared spectroscopy;
Ion bombardment;
Raman scattering
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Thin Solid Films 258 123- 127
Abstract: The effect of high energy (85 MeV) nickel ions on diamond-like carbon thin films, deposited by microwave discharge of acetylene and methane gases mixed with hydrogen, has been investigated. IR, Raman and spectroscopic ellipsometry studies of irradiated and as-deposited films show large changes in their microstructural features. The effects of irradiation on films prepared from acetylene-hydrogen and methane-hydrogen gas mixtures are very different. Such a behaviour is proposed to be due to the microstructural variations in the as-deposited films.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/119
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