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Synthetic diamonds with controlled properties for nanotechnological applications

Description

The technologies for obtaining and characterization of single crystal diamonds with controlled properties for nanotechnological application have developed. Diamonds of types Іb, IІа, IIb are synthesized by the temperature gradient method at high pressure high temperature conditions (HPHT). Controlled parameters of synthesis allow to obtain large (~ 5 mm) single crystals diamond with a given composition and concentration of impurities. According to the purpose diamonds may have p or n type conductivity. The low impurity diamonds with concentration of nitrogen atoms below 1015 cm3 is possible to obtain too. A processing technology, applying contacts and new methods for determining the physical and working properties of single crystal diamond for use in various industrial processes with nanometer and angstrem resolution have developed.

Diamond plates for detector of particles
Diamond plates for detector of particles

SPM probes with diamond tips
SPM probes with diamond tips

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

As is known, diamond is a unique material with a wide range of physical, mechanical, optical and other properties. The using of natural diamonds for industrial nanotechnology problematically because their properties differ significantly. The developed technologies for diamond synthesis, methods of processing and determination of properties allow to obtain a diamond product with identical properties, suitable for use in industrial nanotechnology.

Areas of Application

  • a tip of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) for a surface characterization at ambient and vacuum conditions, and also to industrial nanoelectronics technologies and ultrahigh density data storage using SPM method;
  • diamond base components for quantum computers;
  • diamond particle detectors including ATLAS at Large Hadron Collider.

SPM-image of grooves on silicon
SPM-image of grooves on silicon

Contact Details

Oleg Lysenko
Organization: V.Bakul Institute for SuperhatdMaterials of NASU
Adress: 2, Avtozavodskaya Str., Kiev 04074, Ukraine
(+380 44) 467-6615
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