Photoacoustic spectroscopy of diamond powders and polycrystalline filmsстатья

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[1] Photoacoustic spectroscopy of diamond powders and polycrystalline films / A. N. Obraztsov, I. Y. Pavlovskii, H. Okushi, H. Watanabe // Physics of the Solid State. — 1997. — Vol. 39, no. 10. — P. 1594–1598. Photoacoustic spectroscopy is used to study optical absorption in diamond powders and polycrystalline films. The photoacoustic spectra of diamond powders with crystallite sizes in the range from similar to 100 mu m to 4 nm and diamond films grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) had a number of general characteristic features corresponding to the fundamental absorption edge for light with photon energies exceeding the width of the diamond band gap (similar to 5.4 eV) and to absorption in the visible and infrared by crystal-structure defects and the presence of non-diamond carbon. For samples of thin (similar to 10 mu m) diamond films on silicon, the photoacoustic spectra revealed peculiarities associated with absorption in the silicon substrate of light transmitted by the diamond film. The shape of the spectral dependence of the amplitude of the photoacoustic signal in the ultraviolet indicates considerable scattering of light specularly reflected from the randomly distributed faces of the diamond crystallites both in the polycrystalline films and in the powders. The dependence of the shape of the photoacoustic spectra on the light modulation frequency allows one to estimate the thermal conductivity of the diamond films, which turns out to be significantly lower than the thermal conductivity of single-crystal diamond. (C) 1997 American Institute of Physics. [ DOI ]

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