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Bernhard Dischler
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Volume 1: Tables and Interpretations. Authors: Dischler, Bernhard. Spectral Lines in Diamond-Related Materials: DLC, Lonsdaleite, etc. Pages 233-245.

Volume 1: Tables and Interpretations. Presents the most complete compilation of spectral lines in diamond. Presents spectral analysis of the spectra for over 90 donor-acceptor pair systems published for the first time. A key instrument in the interpretation is the analysis by donor-acceptor pair transitions. In a special chapter 95 such centers are listed and discussed, of which only two have been published before, the first one by the present author in 1994. Show all. Table of contents (15 chapters).

This handbook is a breakthrough in the understanding of the large number of spectral lines in diamond. Data on more than 2000 lines and bands are presented in 200 tables, including many unpublished results. The majority of the structures for the 300 centers is explained in most cases for the first time.

General Materials Science Books. This book is a breakthrough in the understanding of the large number of spectral lines in diamond, offering data on more than 2000 lines and bands in 70 tables, including many unpublished results. Handbook of Spectral Lines in Diamond : Volume 1: Tables and Interpretations. Walmart 9783642222146. A special chapter discusses 95 donor-acceptor pair transitions. Handbook of Spectral Lines in Diamond. Springer Series in Materials Science.

123 5 Spectral Lines in Modified Diamond (Irradiation, Heat . 2 Hydrogen Bend Lines in Polycrystalline CVD.

123 5 Spectral Lines in Modified Diamond (Irradiation, Heat, et. 127 . Absorption Lines (MA). 128 . Excitation of Photo Luminescence Lines (ME). 166 . Luminescence Lines (ML). 178 . Broad Bands (MB). 227 6 Spectral Lines in Diamond-Related Materials: DLC, Lonsdaleite, etc. 233 . Absorption Lines (RA). 234 . Luminescence Lines (RL). 242 . Broad Bands (RB) . Data on more than 2000 lines and bands are presented in 200 tables, including many unpublished results Full description.

Автор: Bernhard Dischler Название: Handbook of Spectral Lines in Diamond Издательство: Springer .

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from book Handbook of Spectral Lines in Diamond (p. 23-425). One basic idea for this book was to split up the huge number of spectral lines into 27 tables (see Chaps. Chapter · January 2012 with 51 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. 2–7), based on the two criteria, (a) the type of sample and (b) the method of observation. A further aim was the interpretation, . assignment of the lines to specific defects, and (hopefully) identification of the corresponding structure. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text.

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This handbook is a breakthrough in the understanding of the large number of spectral lines in diamond. Data on more than 2000 lines and bands are presented in 200 tables, including many unpublished results.

With a novel organization scheme, the search for a specific line is greatly simplified as a benefit for researchers and students.

In order to meet the interest in the understanding of the spectra, structure assignments for 80 % of the lines are given, of which 15 % only were published before. The majority of the structures for the 300 centers is explained in most cases for the first time.

A key instrument in the interpretation is the analysis by donor-acceptor pair transitions. In a special chapter 95 such centers are listed and discussed, of which only two have been published before, the first one by the present author in 1994.