Effect of substrate material on the structure of carbon films obtained by plasmachemical deposition
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Carbon films were obtained on nickel and silicon substrates by plasmachemical deposition from a hydrogen-methane gas mixture activated by dc discharge. The deposits were characterized by Raman scattering and scanning electron microscopy. Nanographite films on nickel are formed at a significantly lower substrate temperature and methane concentration in the gas phase than on silicon.
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