Handbook of Industrial Diamonds and Diamond Films

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Overview

Examines both mined and synthetic diamonds and diamond films. The text offers coverage on the use of diamond as an engineering material, integrating original research on the science, technology and applications of diamond. It discusses the use of chemical vapour deposition grown diamonds in electronics, cutting tools, wear resistant coatings, thermal management, optics and acoustics, as well as in new products.

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Thirty-four contributions discuss diamond (both mined and synthetic) as an engineering material, emphasizing diamond's role in modern technology and its various applications. Topics include the electrical, thermal, mechanical and optical properties; methods for characterization; hot filament, microwave, radio frequency plasma, arc jet plasma, combustion-based, and laser-based CVD growth; cost models that involve operating and marketing expenses; current applications, such as abrasives and wear resistant coatings; and future applications. An indispensable guide for scientists and engineers in the industry as well as materials, chemical, mechanical, electrical and electronics, optical, and semiconductor engineers, physicists, materials and biomedical scientists, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824799946
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 9/23/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 1232
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 2.40 (d)

Table of Contents

"Properties Band Structure, Alan T. Collins Diamond Morphology, Robert E. Clausing Mechanical Properties of Diamond, Diamond Films, Diamond-Like Carbon, and Like-Diamond Materials, Peter J. Gielisse Surface Properties of Diamond, Mark P. D'Evelyn Thermal Properties Heat Capacity, Conductivity, and the Thermal Coefficient of Expansion, V. I. Nepsha Thermal Measurement Techniques, John E. Graebner Optical Properties, Alexander M. Zaitsev Electrical and Electronic Properties, Alexander G. Gontar Characterization Characterization Methods, Karen McNamara Rutledge and Karen K. Gleason Mined Diamond Natural Diamond, Henry O. A. Meyer and Michael Seal Theory Theory of Diamond Chemical Vapor Deposition, David G. Goodwin and James E. Butler Modeling and Diagnostics of Plasma Reactors Introduction, A. Gicquel Basic Processes in Plasmas Under Conditions Typical for Diamond Deposition, A. Gicquel Basic Processes: Plasma/Surface Interactions, A. Gicquel The Boltzmann Equation, Matt Gordon Flow Modeling for a Plasma Assisted Diamond Deposition Reactor, K. Hassouni, C. D. Scott, and S. Farhat Electromagnetic Field Modeling of Diamond CVD Reactors, Timothy A. Grotjohn Modeling of the Diffusional Transport of an H2 Plasma Obtained Under Diamond Deposition Discharge Conditions, K. Hassouni, C. D. Scott, and S. Farhat Spatially Resolved Spectroscopic Analysis of the Plasma, A. Gicquel, M. Chenevier, and M. Lefebvre Methods of Chemical Vapor Deposition Growth Hot-Filament CVD Methods, Alberto Argoitia, Christopher S. Kovach, and John C. Angus Microwave Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition of Diamonds, Peter K. Bachmann Diamond CVD Using Radio-Frequency Plasmas, Steven L. Girshick Synthesis of Diamond, Mark A. Cappelli Low Temperature CVD, Akimitsu Hatta and Akio Hiraki Structural Modification of Diamond Nucleation and Epitaxy, S. P. Bozeman, B. R. Stoner, and J. T. Glass Ion Implantation of Diamond and Diamond Films, R. Kalish and S. Prawer Processing, Victor G. Ralchenko and Sergei M. Pimenov Applications of Industrial Diamond Abrasive Applications of Diamond, K. Subramanian and V. R. Shanbhag Active Devices, David L. Dreifus and Bradley A. Fox Applications of Diamond in Computers, Richard C. Eden Diamond Vacuum Electronics, George R. Brandes Special Applications, Naoji Fujimori Cutting and Wear Applications, R. A. Hay and J. M. Galimberti Economics Economics and Commercialization, Adam T. Singer and John V. Busch "

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2002

    Excellent and comprehensive

    As a materials engineer, I have an extensive personal library with a number of books on diamond. When I need information on diamond, this is the book that I find myself reaching for.

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