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Unusually high thermal conductivity in diamond films
1.R. Berman, in The Properties of Diamond, edited by J. E. Field (Academic, London, 1979), Chap. 1.
2.A value of 24 W/cm °C has been reported for one single-crystal sample by R. Berman and M. Martinez, Diamond Research 1976 (Suppl. to Ind. Diam. Rev.) pp. 7–13. However, typical literature values are 20–22 W/cm °C at room temperature, as reported in Ref. 1.
3.We exclude discussion of the 50% higher thermal conductivity observed in isotopically purified single-crystal diamond (T. R. Anthony, W. F. Banholzer, J. F. Fleischer, L. Wei, P. K. Kuo, R. L. Thomas, and R. W. Pryor, Phys. Rev. 42, 1104 (1990).
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10.A possible explanation for is isotopic purification by preferential diifusion of through the plasma at the growth surface. This possibility seems remote but we are currently investigating it.
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