Inderscience Publishers

High–quality single–crystal diamond–graphite–diamond membranes and devices

Implantation of hydrogen ions into synthetic single–crystal diamonds followed by subsequent high–temperature annealing and anodic etching of implanted crystals was used to obtain structurally perfect 30–nm thick diamond membranes with optically active NV centres (area up to several tens mm²) appropriate for use in integral magnetometers and quantum–informatics optoelectronic circuits.

Keywords: graphite, ion implantation, hydrogen ions, high pressure annealing, high temperature annealing, anodic etching, single–crystal diamonds, diamond–graphite–diamond layers, diamond–graphite–diamond membranes, diamond membranes, integral magnetometers, quantum informatics, optoelectronic circuits, nanotechnology

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