Nitrogen Terminated Diamond
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Stacey, A. and O'Donnell, K. and Chou, J. and Schenk, A. and Tadich, A. and Dontschuk, N. and Cervenka, J. et al. 2015. Nitrogen Terminated Diamond. Advanced Materials Interfaces. 2 (10): Article ID 1500079.
Advanced Materials Interfaces
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Diamond surface termination with substitutional nitrogen is reported, leading to the formation of a stable surface which is essentially clear of sub-band surface states and has a positive electron affinity. This is predicted to be an ideal environment for near-surface nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond and may enable magnetic and quantum sensing breakthroughs with these devices.
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