Formation of Cluster-Assembled Carbon Nano-Foam by High-Repetition-Rate Laser Ablation
High-repetition-rate laser ablation and deposition of carbon vapours results in the formation of quite different carbonaceous structures depending on the pressure of the ambient Ar gas in the chamber. Diamond-like carbon films form at a pressure below ≈ 0.1 Torr whereas a diamondlike carbon nano-foam is created above 0.1 Torr. Although laser-deposited amorphous carbon films have been extensively investigated in the past, here we present what, to our knowledge, is the first report of the...[Show more]
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