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Vibrational study of hydrogen bonding to ion irradiated diamond surfaces
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10.1063/1.2457302
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(Color online) Energy loss spectra of the diamond surface (a) after CVD, ex situ MW hydrogenation, and annealing to , (b) after annealing to , (c) after in situ hydrogenation for of the hydrogen-free diamond surface and annealing to , and (d) after ion irradiation (, ). The Gaussians represented in the panel dedicated to the stretching band are only introduced to guide the eyes. They are indicative of the different main CH bonding configurations on the diamond surfaces.

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(Color online) HREEL spectra of in situ hydrogenated diamond surface after (a) ion irradiation and annealing to (b) and (c) . (d) The last surface has been then exposed in situ to atomic hydrogen for . Spectrum (c) has been acquired with electrons to compensate the strong charging of the surface.

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(Color online) HREEL spectra of the diamond surface (a) irradiated, annealed to , and then exposed to atomic hydrogen and after annealing (b) to , (c) to , and (d) to .

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Scitation: Vibrational study of hydrogen bonding to ion irradiated diamond surfaces
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/90/6/10.1063/1.2457302
10.1063/1.2457302
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