Papers Published

  1. Bergman, L. and McClure, M.T. and Glass, J.T. and Nemanich, R.J., Origin of the broadband luminescence and the effect of nitrogen doping on the optical properties of diamond films, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 76 no. 5 (1994), pp. 3020 - 3027 [1.357508] .
    (last updated on 2007/04/17)

    This paper establishes the presence of in-gap state distribution in chemical-vapor-deposition (CVD) diamond films and suggest that it is likely cause of the broadband luminescence. It is crucial to electro-optic applications to have knowledge of the properties of this distribution since it can affect and determine the transport and recombination mechanisms of the carriers.

    Doping (additives);Nitrogen;Optical properties;Photoluminescence;Raman spectroscopy;Chemical vapor deposition;Films;Phonons;Energy gap;Mathematical models;Thermal effects;Temperature measurement;