Synthesis, Properties and Applications of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond: Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Synthesis, Properties and Applications of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond, St. Petersburg, Russia, from 7 to 10 June 2004. / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, Paperback
Table of ContentsForeword. New Forms of Nanocarbon. Theory and Observation.
1. Carbon Family at the Nanoscale; O.A. Shenderova et al. 2. Structural and Electronic Properties of Isolated Nanodiamonds: a Theoretical Perspective; G. Galli and J.-Y. Raty. 3. From Nanodiamond to Nanowires; A. Barnard. 4. Quantum Chemical Studies of Growth Mechanisms of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond; L.A. Curtiss et al. 5. Nanodiamonds in the Cosmos; T.L. Daulton. 6. Diamond Molecules Found in Petroleum. New Members of the H-Terminated Diamond Series; R.M.K. Carison et al.
II. Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Films. 7. Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Diamond Films in Ar/H2/CH4 Microwave Discharges; F. Bénédic et al. 8. Modeling of ArIH2/CH4 Microwave Discharges used for Nanocrystalline Diamond Growth; F. Mohasseb et al. 9. Nanodiamond Seeding for Nucleation and Growth of CVD Diamond Films; V.Ralchenko et al. 10. Mechanism and Properties of Nanodiamond Films Deposited by the DC-GD-CVD Process; A. Hoffman. 11. Nanodiamond Injection into the Gas-Phase During CVD Diamond Film Growth; N.A. Feoktistov et al. 12. Stabilization of Diamond-Like Nanoclusters by Metallic Atoms and the Epitaxial Growth of Diamond Films: ab initio Simulation; V. Zavodinskii.
III. Detonation nanodiamond. III.1 Formation of Detonation Nanodiamond. 13. The Formation Kinetics of Detonation Nanodiamonds; V.M. Titov et al. 14. Nanocarbon Phase Diagram and Conditions for Detonation Nanodiamond Formation; V.V. Danilenko. 15. Nanodiamond Graphitization and Properties of Onion-Like Carbon; V.L. Kuzentsov and Yu V. Butenko.
III.2 Modification and Properties of Detonation Nanodiamond. 16. Physical and Chemical Problems of Modification of Detonation Nanodiamond Surface Properties; V.Yu. Dolmatov and T. Fujimura. 17. Disintegration and Purification of Crude Aggregates of Detonation Nanodiamond A Few Remarks on Nano Methodology; E. Osawa.18. Purification and Functionalization of Nanodiamonds; B. Spitsyn et al. 19. Interaction of CarbonAtoms with Nanodiamond Surface; A.P. Dementjev et al. 20. Physical and Chemical Properties of Modified Nanodiamonds; A.P. Puzyr et al.21. Magnetic Resonance Study of Nanodiamonds; A.I. Shames et al. 22. Infrared Spectra of Explosion Nanodiamonds: a Comparison with Spectra of Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon Film; W.W. Duley et al. 23. Conversion of Elemental Substances and Inorganic Compounds to Carbon Nanostructures; V.G. Lutsenko. 24. The Fine and Fractal Structure and Protonic Conductivity of Silica Phosphate-Diamond Sol-Gel Nanocomposites; V.V. Shilov et al.
III.3 Industrial Production of Detonation Nanodiamonds. 25. Facilities for Ultradisperse Diamond Production; T.M. Gubarevich and D.N. Gamanovich. 26. Ultradisperse Diamond Regeneration from Composite Electrolytes of Chromium Plating; T.M. Gubarevich et al. 27. Synthesis and Processing of Chelyabinsk Detonation Nanodiamonds; I.L. Petrov. 28. Conversion Raw Materials in Industrial Production of Ultradisperse Diamonds; T.M. Gubarevich and D.N. Gamanovich. 29. Ultradisperse Diamond Modifications in the Composite Gilding Process; T.M. Gubarevich and L.E. Chernukho.
IV. Applications of Nanodiamond. 30. Applying CVD Diamond and Particulate Nanodiamond; J.L. Davidson, W.P. Kang. 31. Electronic Properties and Applications of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond; O.A. Williams et al. 32. Thermoelectric Effect in Field Electron Emission from Nanocarbon; A.Ya. Vul’ et al. Authors Index. Subject Index. List of Workshop Participants.