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Diamond Electronics and Biotechnology - Fundamentals to Applications V: Volume 1395. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2315243
  • Book
  • June 2012
  • 140 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
Symposium N, 'Diamond Electronics and Biotechnology - Fundamentals to Applications V' was held at the 2011 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, November 28–December 2, 2011. This volume contains submitted, peer-reviewed articles of the rapid advances in these fields. The scope of this meeting stretched from fundamentals to applications of all kinds of diamond, be they single crystal to nanocrystalline, bulk film to nanoparticle. New forms and applications of carbon such as graphene and single photon emission were given particular attention. The attendance of this series has been consistently high due to the excellent quality and international nature of the contributions, as well as the choice of invited speakers. New areas such as microplasma arrays from CVD were placed alongside such standards as diamond growth and electrochemistry. In this symposium, 10 invited oral presentations, 49 contributed oral presentations and 46 posters were presented, representing more than 15 countries.
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1. Recent progress in diamond Raman lasers Richard P. Mildren;
2. Dopant uniformity and concentration in boron doped single crystal diamond films Shannon N. Demlow, I. Berkun, M. Becker, T. Hogan and T. A. Grotjohn;
3. Electrochemical oxidation of phenol in water solutions using nanocrystalline boron doped diamond film anode Jorge Arturo Lara Viera, Manoj K. Ram, Pedro Villalba, Mikhail Ladanov and Ashok Kumar;
4. Fabrication of diamond nanopit arrays by room-temperature curing nanoimprint lithography using glass-like carbon molds Shuji Kiyohara, Chigaya Ito, Ippei Ishikawa, Hirofumi Takikawa, Yoshio Taguchi, Yoshinari Sugiyama, Yukiko Omata and Yuichi Kurashima;
5. Micro-organic light-emitting devices fabricated by room-temperature curing nanoimprint lithography using diamond molds Ippei Ishikawa, Taisuke Okuno, Shuji Kiyohara, Yoshio Taguchi, Yoshinari Sugiyama, Yukiko Omata and Yuichi Kurashima;
6. Influence of the doping level at boron doped nanocrystalline diamond films in the electrochemical determination of nitrite Jorge T. Matsushima, Diego H. L. Souza, Fernando A. Souza, Adriana F. Azevedo, Mauricio R. Baldan and Neidenei G. Ferreira;
7. Copper photoelectrodeposition onto boron doped diamond electrodes at different doping level to enhance nitrate electroreduction A. B. Couto, M. R. Baldan and N. G. Ferreira;
8. Field emission mechanism of H-terminated N-type diamond NEA surface Takatoshi Yamada, Masataka Hasegawa, Hisato Yamaguchi, Yuki Kudo, Ken Okano and Christoph E. Nebel;
9. The influence of boron doping in the growth of ultra/nanocrystalline diamond films Fernando A. Souza, Adriana F. Azevedo, Maurício R. Baldan and Neidenêi G. Ferreira;
10. Anodic and cathodic pre-treatment effects on BDD surface to deposit copper nanoparticles applied to nitrate reduction L. C. D. Santos, A. B. Couto, J. T. Matsushima, M. C. Forti, M. R. Baldan and N. G. Ferreira;
11. Roles of boron in growth of diamond grains in ultrananocrystalline diamond/hydrogenated amorphous carbon composite films prepared by pulsed laser deposition Shinya Ohmagari, Yūki Katamune, Hikaru Ichinose and Tsuyoshi Yoshitake;
12. Enhanced wettability of nanocrystalline diamond films for biocoating applications Jason H. C. Yang and Kungen Teii;
13. Comparative electrode kinetics of micro and nano-crystalline boron doped diamond E. Saito, A. F. Azevedo, F. A. Souza, N. G. Ferreira and M. R. Baldan;
14. Field emission from nanocrystalline diamond/carbon nanowall composite films deposited on scratched substrates C. Y. Cheng, M. Nakashima and K. Teii;
15. Shaping of diamonds in 1D nanostructures and strategies for fabrication of all-diamond microcomponents S. Orlanducci, V. Guglielmotti, V. Sessa, E. Tamburri, M. L. Terranova, F. Toschi and M. Rossi;
16. Preparation of diamond nanocrystallites in powder by using a coaxial arc plasma gun Aki Tominaga, Kenji Hanada, Tomohiro Yoshida and Tsuyoshi Yoshitake;
17. Effects of crystallographic planes on focused ion beam milled patterns of single crystal diamonds Rustin Golnabi, Won I. Lee, Deok-Yang Kim and Glen R. Kowach;
18. Deposition of bronze microwires on ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD) electrodes Corina Grodek, Lori A. Lepak, Anirudha V. Sumant, Ralu Divan, Orlando Auciello, Daniel Rosenmann, Suzanne Miller, Ephriam Daniels and Michael P. Zach;
19. Fabrication of nano-needle arrays on diamond surface by reactive ion etching T. Misu, K. Koh and T. Arai.
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Philippe Bergonzo
Richard B. Jackman University College London.

Kian Ping Loh National University of Singapore.

Greg M. Swain Michigan State University.

Oliver A. Williams Cardiff University.
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