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Fabrication of Nanodiamond Coating on Steel
AbstractThe hardness, heat conductivity and low friction coefficient of microcrystalline diamond make it a suitable candidate for tribological applications. However, its roughness and high deposition temperature pose significant obstacles to these applications. We have successfully grown nanocrystalline diamond on steel at 400 °C by hot-filament chemical vapor deposition by employing a CrN interfacial layer. Nanocrystalline diamond combines hardness and surface smoothness required in tribological applications. Microcrystalline diamond and carbon nanotubes can also be grown by controlling the deposition parameters. The fabricated films were characterized with Raman spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction (XRD), Transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
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Velázquez, R.; Neto, V.F.; Uppireddi, K.; Weiner, B.R.; Morell, G. Fabrication of Nanodiamond Coating on Steel. Coatings 2013, 3, 243-252.View more citation formats
Velázquez R, Neto VF, Uppireddi K, Weiner BR, Morell G. Fabrication of Nanodiamond Coating on Steel. Coatings. 2013; 3(4):243-252.Chicago/Turabian Style
Velázquez, Rafael; Neto, Victor F.; Uppireddi, Kishore; Weiner, Brad R.; Morell, Gerardo. 2013. "Fabrication of Nanodiamond Coating on Steel." Coatings 3, no. 4: 243-252.
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