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Adhesion of polycrystalline diamond thin films on single‐crystal silicon substrates
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9.For the grain-size range included in this study, the correlation between and grain size G was very similar to the correlation between and the Thus while the analysis (Figs. 4, 5 and Table II) was done in terms of due to possible strength considerations (Ref. 11), the essential grain-size dependence of could have been depicted equally well in terms of G rather than
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