Diamond Based Composites: and Related Materials by Mark A. PrelasDiamond Based Composites: and Related Materials by Mark A. Prelas

Diamond Based Composites: and Related Materials

byMark A. PrelasEditorAndrew Benedictus, Li-Te Steven Lin

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Diamond-based composites, with their advantages of hardness, high Young's modulus and the like, have demonstrated new and unusual features, such as stability to high temperatures and pressure shocks and a large internal surface that can be controlled to offer customised electrical, magnetic and optical properties, leading to efficient filters, absorbents, sensors and other tools for environmental control and monitoring.
The current book covers the synthesis of materials, their characterization and properties, trends in high pressure and high temperature technologies, low pressure technologies, basic principles of DBC material science, and future developments in electronics, optics, industrial tools and components, biotechnology, and medicine. Wide band-gap materials are considered, ranging from molecular clusters, nanophase materials, growth, processing and synthesis.
The processing of composite based materials can be classified into six basic methods:in situgrowth, high pressure/high temperature catalytic conversion; mix and sinter (c-BN plus metal-ceramic polymer mix); direct sintering; direct polymorphic conversion; shock detonation; and SHS sintering.
Title:Diamond Based Composites: and Related MaterialsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:386 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.17 inPublished:October 16, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401063583

ISBN - 13:9789401063586

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Table of Contents

1. Diamond and Related Based Composites. Advance Composite Materials on the Diamond Base; S.K. Gordeev. Diamond Composites for Grinding Applications; S. Ramanath, et al. Hot Pressing of Nanodiamond Powder; G. Popovici, et al. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Diamond Films on Diamond Compacts; V.G. Ralchenko, et al. The Diamond and Hard Alloy-Based Composite Material; V.S. Urbanovich. Growth Kinetics of Cubic Boron Nitride Films and Composites; C.A. Taylor II, R. Clarke. Phase Transformations in Ultradispersed Boron Nitride under the Conditions of High Pressures and Temperatures; N.I. Poloushin, et al. Composite Materials Based on Cubic Boron Nitride: Structure and Properties; V.B. Shipilo, et al. Comparison Between DC and RF Magnetron Sputtered Aluminum Nitride Films; C. Morosanu, et al. Aluminum Nitride Composite Films; B.V. Spitsyn, et al. Allotropic Forms of Carbon Nitride; A. Sokolowska, et al. Phase Transition in C:N Films under Shock Wave Compression; M.B. Guseva, et al. Part 2. Nanoclusters. Copper Nanoclusters in DLC; V.I. Ivanov-Omskii. X-Ray Absorption Study of Copper Clusters Embedded into Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon; A.V. Kolobov, et al. Fractal Structure of Copper Clusters Embedded in DLC; V.I. Ivanov-Omskii, et al. On the Copper-Carbon Interaction in Cu-Doped Diamond-Like Carbon; E.A. Smorgonskaya, V.I. Ivanov-Omskii. Verification of Nanocrystalline Diamond Films' Quality; M. Langer, et al. Part 3. Properties. The Surface Structure of Carbon Films Deposited by Different Plasmachemical Methods; S. Mitura, et al. Direct Observations of the Elastic Modulus and Tensile Strength of CVD Diamond Films and Fibers; J.L. Davidson. Magnetic Resonance Studies of Solid-State Hydrogen andHydrogen-Related Defects; K.M. McNamara Rutledge, et al. Photothermal Determination of the Thermal Conductivity of Superhard Thin Films; J. Mazur, et al. Effect of Light on the Performances of CVD Diamond Nuclear Detectors; C. Manfredotti, et al. Open-Circuit Mobility Measurements in DLC Thin Films; M. Dłużniewski, et al. Native and Light Induced Defect States in Wide Band-Gap Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Carbon (A-Si1-xCx:H) Alloy Thin FIlms; M. Güe&#x0015F. Genesis of Defects Suitable for High-Temperature Spectral Hole Burning in Diamond; A. Osvet, I. Sildos. Raman Spectroscopy of Amorphous Diamondlike Carbon Films Produced with a Mass-Separated Ion Beam and Pulsed Arc Discharge; L.Yu. Khriachtchev, et al. ESR Study of Neutron Irradiated Doped Diamond Films; V.S. Varichenko, et al. Diamond Based P-I-N Transistor; A.A. Melnikov, et al. Nature of the Origin of Non-Linear Current-Voltage Characteristics in Polycrystalline Diamond Materials; N.D. Samsonenko, et al. Radiation Induced Modifications of Diamond; S.A. Khasawinah, et al. Workshop Participants. Index of Authors. Index.