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USE OF CHARACTERISTIC X RAYS TO MONITOR ANNEALING OF ION‐IMPLANTED DIAMOND
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11.The coloration effects described here are also consistent with those described by Carlson (Ref. 4).
12.P‐10 supplied by Matheson Company.
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