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Diamond Electronics and Bioelectronics - Fundamentals to Applications IV: Volume 1282. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2339848
  • Book
  • May 2011
  • 212 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
Symposium A, 'Diamond Electronics and Bioelectronics - Fundamentals to Applications IV', was held November 29–December 3 at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts and resulted in this volume covering the rapid advances in these evolving fields. Diamond in the single-crystal form has been considered to be the 'ultimate' wide bandgap semiconductor. However, it is now clear that applications outside of conventional electronics may be even more important. For example, the spectacular properties of single-point defects in diamond have destined this material to be important for the future of quantum informatics. Several other novel forms of diamond have been derived recently. These include nanocrystalline diamond films, which have unique mechanical, electronic and biocompatible properties for sensing, and diamond nanoparticles for biotechnology and drug delivery monitoring. In this symposium, 14 invited oral presentations, 56 contributing oral presentations and 29 poster presentations have been contributed by teams from more than 15 countries. In this volume, you will find 26 selected papers from this meeting.
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Part I - Diamond Growth:
1. Routes towards large area, low pressure nanodiamond growth via pulsed microwave linear antenna plasma chemistry Milos Nesladek;
2. Simulations of CVD diamond film growth: 2D models for the identities and concentrations of gas-phase species adsorbing on the surface Paul May;
3. Phase transition and self-assembly of lower diamondoids and derivatives G. Ali Mansoori;
4. Homoepitaxial growth of high quality thick diamond film with microwave plasma CVD technique Hong-Xing Wang;
5. Effects of initial growth and seeding conditions on boron doped hot filament diamond films Jerry Zimmer;

Part II - Properties of Diamond:
6. Carrier lifetime, diffusion length and mobility in (100) CVD diamond samples pre-treated in an O2/H2-plasma Wim Deferme;
7. Time-of-flight characterization of single-crystalline CVD diamond with different surface passivation layers Kiran Kumar Kovi;
8. Thermal effects on the raman spectra of nanodiamonds Marc Chaigneau;
9. Local stress-strain structure in CVD diamond observed by raman peak-shift mapping Yukako Kato;
10. Determination of boron concentration in doped diamond films Shannon Demlow;
11. CVD diamond dislocations observed by x-ray topography, birefringence image and cathodoluminescence mapping Yukako Kato;
12. Thin nano- and microcrystalline CVD diamond films for micro-channel cooling: thermal and elastic properties Ken Haenen;
13. Influence of methane concentration on the electric transport properties in heavily boron-doped nanocrystalline CVD diamond films Stoffel Janssens;

Part III - Single Defect Properties:
14. Group theoretical analysis of nitrogen-vacancy center's energy levels and selection rules Jeronimo Maze;
15. On the mechanism of charge transfer between neutral and negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy color centers in diamond Vladimira Petrakova;

Part IV - Diamond Technology and Applications:
16. Focused ion beam milling of crystalline diamonds Deok-Yang Kim;
17. Diamond nanopit arrays fabricated by room-temperature nanoimprinting using diamond molds Shuji Kiyohara;
18. Optimization of a boron doped nanocrystalline diamond temperature regulator for sensing applications Ken Haenen;
19. Fabrication and characterization of single-crystal CVD diamond current amplifier Joan Yater;
20. 50nm gate-length hydrogen terminated diamond field effect transistors - characterization and inspection of operation David Moran;
21. Glucose oxidase-functionalized nanodiamond films for biosensor application Pedro Villalba;
22. Electrical conducting diamond thin-films: an alternative counter electrode material for dye sensitized solar cells R. Vispute;

Part V - Surface Properties:
23. The Li-adsorbed C(100)-(1x1):O diamond surface Kane O'Donnell;
24. Lithium monolayers on single crystal C(100) oxygen-terminated diamond Tomas Martin;
25. Investigations of microwave and THz radiation losses in CVD diamond and chemically modified diamond Theo Scherer;

Part VI - Carbon Nitrides:
26. Composition, bonding state, and electrical properties of carbon nitride films formed by electrochemical deposition technique Hideo Kiyota.
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Christoph E. Nebel
Philippe Bergonzo
James E. Butler
Milos Nesladek
Andrew T. S. Wee National University of Singapore.
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