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Clustering of aromatic rings in near-frictionless hydrogenated amorphous carbon films probed using multiwavelength Raman spectroscopy
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10.1063/1.2805189
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(a) Visible and (b) UV Raman spectra of NFC films. A magnified view of the visible Raman spectra in the range of is shown as an inset to (a). D and G peaks are clearly evident on top of an increasing PL background. Parameters of the D and G peaks are extracted from the spectra and shown in subsequent figures.

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(a) Position(G) as a function of the hydrogen content in the source gas from UV and visible Raman spectra. (b) as a function of the hydrogen content in the source gas from visible Raman spectra. (c) DMRO of graphitic clusters from previous FEM study. (Ref. 5).

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(a) FWHM(G) from UV and visible Raman spectra and (b) dispersion(G) as a function of the hydrogen content in the source gas. A greater amount of hydrogen in the amorphous network promotes increased structural and topological orderings in the -bonded clusters. (c) as a function of the hydrogen content in the source gas. Increased hydrogen in the source gas gives rise to a greater amount of hydrogen incorporated in the final film.

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Scitation: Clustering of aromatic rings in near-frictionless hydrogenated amorphous carbon films probed using multiwavelength Raman spectroscopy
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/91/21/10.1063/1.2805189
10.1063/1.2805189
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