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By Wilhelm A.M. Kulisch

This ebook bargains with the deposition of a undeniable classification of fabrics, specifically the diamond-like superhard fabrics, within the type of skinny motion pictures. ranging from techniques used to enhance the hardness of a fabric, it's proven that the intrinsic hardness is optimum for fabrics with low bond lengths, excessive coordination numbers, and occasional ionicities. it really is additional proven that such diamond-like fabrics (e.g. diamond, cubic boron nitride, tetrahedrically bonded carbon nitride) are exceptional by way of quite a few different specified and severe houses.

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This publication bargains with the deposition of a definite category of fabrics, particularly the diamond-like superhard fabrics, within the type of skinny movies. ranging from strategies used to enhance the hardness of a cloth, it truly is proven that the intrinsic hardness is optimum for fabrics with low bond lengths, excessive coordination numbers, and coffee ionicities.

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The last two columns list the mass deposition rate R' in units of carat/h and the energy consumption for the deposition of one carat of diamond, P/R'. These values have remained almost unchanged despite all new developments since 1991. 1 120-180 1 500-1000 150 10 50 30 10 is decoupled from TG [85]. The individual techniques are distinguished basically by the method used to provide gas phase temperatures as high as possible (filament, various plasmas and flames). 2. The substrate temperatures are, for all methods, typically between 700 and 1000~ 6.

The solid line in Fig. 4 represents the dependence of the sp 3 content on the hydrogen concentration for a completely 'random covalent network' according to the model of Angus and Jansen [90]. In this case, the number of constraints per atom equals the number of mechanical degrees of freedom per atom. For higher hydrogen concentrations, the films possess more degrees of freedom than constraints and are therefore soft 14. In films with lower H 13 Research on c-BN started at the end of the 1980s; for/3-C3Na it started at the beginning of the 1990s.

Indeed, one can produce c-BN - as in the case of carbon - by transformation of h-BN under H P H T conditions [59, 60, 61]. New calculations [52, 56] and, especially, new experimental results [56, 58, 62], however, make it very probable that under normal conditions c-BN is the stable modification while h-BN is metastable (Fig. 3). Nevertheless, this question is still controversial in the literature 4. Irrespective of the stability of the two modifications, in every case there exists - as in the case of diamond - a kinetic barrier between h-BN and c-BN, preventing a transformation between the two phases under normal conditions.

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