Control wettability of the hydrogen-terminated diamond surface and the oxidized diamond surface using an atomic force microscope

@inproceedings{Kaibara2003ControlWO,
  title={Control wettability of the hydrogen-terminated diamond surface and the oxidized diamond surface using an atomic force microscope},
  author={Yu Kaibara and Kenta Sugata and Minoru Tachiki and Hitoshi Umezawa and Hiroshi Kawarada},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The force–distance curve indicates the difference in wettability between the hydrogen-terminated (H-terminated) diamond surface and the AFM-field-assisted local oxidized (O-terminated) area. Using a hydrophilic (silicon with native oxide) tip and a hydrophobic (coated with gold) tip as AFM tips, the adhesion force mapping measurement shows that the H-terminated surface is hydrophobic and that the O-terminated surface is hydrophilic. After heating in vacuum, the difference in the… CONTINUE READING

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