Static and Dynamic Electrical Conductivity of Polycrystalline Diamond Films
At present, owing to the findings in the field of diamond synthesis from an activated gaseous phase, diamond polycrystalline films (DPF) can be obtained on foreign substrates on areas measured in square centimeters.1,2 The high growth rates of DPF make it possible to obtain films and free diamond plates with thicknesses of tens and hundreds of microns. The total combination of valuable physical-chemical properties of DPF makes them applicable as new perspective material for creating various electronic devices.3 This encourages the development and study;of electrophysical properties of synthesized diamond films.
KeywordsDiamond Film Current Carrier Diamond Polycrystalline Energy Band Structure Middle Temperature
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