Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 19 Issue 3 June 1996 pp 455-466
In this paper we report on the growth of polycrystalline diamond films on Mo, W, and Ni substrates using oxy-acetylene combustion flame technique. Effect of substrate temperature on the growth of diamond films has been studied in the temperature range 600–1100°C. The deposits and their surface morphology has been characterized by X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). A short duration pretreatment of Mo substrates by outer zone of the oxy-acetylene flame at lower substrate temperatures, results in the improvement of quality and adherence of the films. Growth of diamond as well as other intermediate compounds depending on the nature of substrates and interface layers is discussed.
Volume 28 Issue 2 April 2005 pp 97-102 Semiconductors
Growth of Hg1–𝑥Cd𝑥Te epitaxial films by a new technique called asymmetric vapour phase epitaxy (ASVPE) has been carried out on CdTe and CZT substrates. The critical problems faced in normal vapour phase epitaxy technique like poor surface morphology, composition gradient and dislocation multiplication have been successfully solved. The epitaxial films have been electrically characterized by using the Hall effect and capacitance–voltage (𝐶–𝑉) measurements.
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