Bhattacharyya, S and Subramanyam, SV (1996) Transport properties, structure, and radiation induced defect studies in amorphous carbon films. In: Materials Science Forum, 223 . pp. 311-315.Full text not available from this repository.
Amorphous conducting carbon films are prepared by plasma assisted chemical vapour deposition and their d.c. conductivity (similar to 100 Scm(-1)) is studied from 300K down to 4.2K. The films were irradiated by high energy ion beam(I+13, 170 MeV) with a dose of 10(13) ions/cm(2). As a result a marked decrease in conductivity by two to three orders in magnitude was observed. The structural changes and the defects in the films caused by ion irradiation are studied using photoluminescence, persistent photoconductivity, and ESR spectroscopy.
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