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Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Science Series: B: Physics, Volume 266)

Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Science Series: B: Physics, Volume 266)

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Published by Plenum Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Coating Technology,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Material Science,
  • Physics,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Congresses,
  • Diamond thin films,
  • Diamonds, Artificial

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRobert E. Clausing (Editor), Linda L. Horton (Editor), John C. Angus (Editor), Peter Koidl (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages911
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9361843M
    ISBN 100306440040
    ISBN 109780306440045

    The use of diamond and diamond-like coatings for creating an impervious layer on optical fiber is another possible application. Other diverse applications of diamond films are as x-ray lithography masks for manufacture of ultra-high-density integrated circuit chips and in prosthetic devices. For the past three decades or so, numerous scientists have explored carbon as a precursor for the synthesis of superhard coatings like diamond, carbonitride and DLC (see [1] for a thorough review). In particular, diamond and DLC coatings have become extremely popular, mainly because of their exceptional mechanical, thermal, electrical and.

    @article{osti_, title = {Compilation of diamond-like carbon properties for barriers and hard coatings}, author = {Outka, D A and Hsu, Wen L and Boehme, D R and Yang, N Y.C. and Ottesen, D K and Johnsen, H A and Clift, W M and Headley, T J}, abstractNote = {Diamond-like carbon (DLC) is an amorphous form of carbon which resembles diamond in its hardness, lubricity, and interest for.   Protective Coatings and Tribological Applications of Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Films. Applications of diamond-like carbon in computer technology (A. Grill, B.S. Meyerson). Applications of DLC films to optical windows and tools (A.H. Lettington). Mechanical Properties and Applications of DLC Films. Diamond-like thin films as protective Book Edition: 1.

    By altering the deposition process, the electrical conductivity of UNCD films can be changed over eight orders of magnitude. UNCD films in development have exhibited the highest N-type conductivity reported for a phase-pure diamond film and are more conductive than any doped microcrystalline diamond film or diamond-like carbon film. Diamond films - true crystalline diamond films as produced by a variety of CVD techniques. 2. Diamond-like films {DL) are of two types. Diamond-like hydrocarbons (DLHC) - amorphous films grown by a variety of ion- assisted deposition processes and the decomposition of hydrocarbon gases.


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Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Science Series: B: Physics, Volume 266) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Diamond-like films are already employed in both commercial and military applications. The popular press, as well as the scientific and technological and industrial communities, are increasingly interested in the potential for future development of these materials.

Fedel, in Diamond-Based Materials for Biomedical Applications, Deposition techniques for DLC films. Diamond-like carbon coatings can be deposited using a number of different techniques. These techniques can generally be divided in two categories: chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and physical vapour deposition (PVD).

Diamond films grown by activated chemical vapor deposition have superlative thermal, mechanical, optical, and electronic properties combined with a very high degree of chemical inertness to most environments.

These properties, together with the ability to fabricate films and shapes of considerableBrand: Springer US. Since their initial discovery, Diamond Like Carbon films have enjoyed an overwhelming interest from both the scientific and industrial community.

This book highlights some of the most important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. It is particularly. Tribology of Diamond-like Carbon Films discusses the most important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films, and emphasizes their applications in mechanical systems ranging in size from nano/micro (like MEMS, NEMS) to macro scale devices (like bearings, gears, aerospace mechanisms, various engine parts and Format: Paperback.

Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Science Series: B: Physics, Volume ) [Clausing, Robert E., Horton, Linda L., Angus, John C., Koidl, Peter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Diamond and Diamond-Like Films and Coatings (NATO Format: Hardcover. Abstract: This chapter discusses the application of nanocrystalline diamond (NCD) films as protective coatings for joint replacement.

The chapter includes an overview of chemical vapour deposition (CVD) diamond and discusses the influence of hot-filament chemical vapour deposition (HFCVD) parameters on the deposition of NCD on silicon nitride (Si 3 N 4) ceramics. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings ( Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy).

Diamond and diamond-like films and coatings. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.

This excellent, in-depth review of diamond films and coatings covers their properties, growth, deposition, characterization, and applications. The eight chapters are written by experts in their field. Early studies on synthetic diamonds were done in the s and s, however, their use and importance were not recognized until the late s and early s.

Since their initial discovery, Diamond Like Carbon films have enjoyed an overwhelming interest from both the scientific and industrial community.

This book highlights some of the most important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. It is particularly dedicated to the fundamental tribological issues that impact the performance and durability of these 5/5(1).

Get this from a library. Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings. [Robert E Clausing; Linda L Horton; John C Angus; P Koidl] -- Diamond films grown by activated chemical vapor deposition have superlative thermal, mechanical, optical, and electronic properties combined with a very high degree of chemical inertness to most.

Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings Edited by Robert E. Clausing Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Linda L. Horton Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee John C.

Angus Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio and Peter Koidl Fraunhofer Institut für Angewandte Festkörperphysik Freiburg, Germany. Diamond-like carbon (DLC) is a class of amorphous carbon material that displays some of the typical properties of is usually applied as coatings to other materials that could benefit from some of those properties.

DLC exists in seven different forms. All seven contain significant amounts of sp 3 hybridized carbon atoms. The reason that there are different types is that even diamond. An Overview of Superlubricity in Diamond-like Carbon Films.- Hard DLC Growth and Inclusion in Nanostructured Wear-protective Coatings.- Environmental and Surface Chemical Effects on Tribological Properties of Carbon-based Coatings.- Triboemission and Triboplasma Generation with DLC Films.- Doping and Alloying Effects on DLC Coatings   Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films presents the Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and 8th International Conference on Thin Films, held in San Diego, California on AprilIt then explores the properties of diamond films, preparation of diamond-like carbon films using various ion-beam Book Edition: 1.

Diamond‐like coatings Bekaert focuses on the development, marketing, production and sales of Diamond‐Like Carbon (DLC) and Diamond‐Like Nanocomposite coatings for a variety of industrial application areas.

These coatings are deposited using a PACVD (plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition) process at a. This book highlights some of the most important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. It is particularly dedicated to the fundamental tribological issues that impact the performance and durability of these coatings.

The book provides reliable and up-to Price: $ DLC Coating stands for diamond-like carbon coating, and is a nanocomposite coating that has unique properties of natural diamond low friction, high hardness, and high corrosion resistance. DLC coatings can have different structures and properties that rely on the ratio of SP 3 (diamond) and SP 2 (carbon) or other fillers like hydrogen, silicon.

Diamond and Diamond-like Films and Coatings Max N. Yoder (auth.), Dr. Robert E. Clausing, Dr. Linda L. Horton, Prof. John C.

Angus, Prof. Peter Koidl (eds.) Diamond films grown by activated chemical vapor deposition have superlative thermal, mechanical, optical, and electronic properties combined with a very high degree of chemical.

Diamond Films • Tribology of Diamond Coatings • Tribological Applications Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Films Background on DLC Films • Tribology of DLC Films • Applications of DLC Films Other Related Films Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) • Carbon Nitride Films Summary and Future Direction Introduction Diamond, diamond-like.

These coatings are also much more stable than amorphous diamond films that contain hydrogen -- industry's most common hard carbon coating. As Friedmann points out, "Diamond coatings that contain hydrogen tend to degrade at temperatures as low as degrees Celsius.

The stress-free coatings show negligible degradation up to degrees Celsius.". Summary The prelims comprise: Introduction Preparation Methods for Diamond‐like Carbon Films Microstructure and Bonding of Diamond‐like Carbon Physical Properties of DLC Films Applications of DLC FilmsCited by: 7.UNCD coatings are not diamond-like carbon films, but phase-pure crystalline materials consisting of ultra-small diamond grains ranging from nm up to 1 micron in size depending on the variety of UNCD.

Currently, ADT offers the following subtypes of UNCD films.