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Title: Raman light scattering in hydrogenated metal-carbon composite filmst
Authors: Uglov, V. V.
Kuleshov, A. K.
Samtsov, M. P.
Astashinsakaya, M. V.
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Journal of Applied Spectroscopy.- 2006. - № 3. - С. 388-393.
Abstract: We have used Raman scattering, elemental analysis, and structural analysis to study the effect of the concentration of incorporated metals (Cu, Ni) on the ratio of sp2/sp3 carbon bonds in composite hydrogen-containing films a-C:H/Cu and a-C:H/Ni, formed by combining plasma-enhanced vapor phase deposition of carbon and sputtering of the metal, using a mixture of argon and methane or acetylene gases. We have shown that formation of a nanosized structure of metallic crystallites (2–5 nm) in the composite films leads to a significant increase in the fraction of disordered sp3-bonded carbon clusters and a decrease in the linear dimensions of the graphite-like carbon clusters.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/21139
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