HPHT growth and x-ray characterization of high-quality type IIa diamond.

@article{Burns2009HPHTGA,
  title={HPHT growth and x-ray characterization of high-quality type IIa diamond.},
  author={Randal C. Burns and Aleksandr I Chumakov and Stuart Connell and D Dube and Herman P Godfried and Jan Ove Hansen and J. H{\"a}rtwig and Joanna Hoszowska and Francesca Masiello and L Mkhonza and M Rebak and A Rommevaux and R Setshedi and Pierre van Vaerenbergh},
  journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 36},
  pages={364224}
}
The trend in synchrotron radiation (x-rays) is towards higher brilliance. This may lead to a very high power density, of the order of hundreds of watts per square millimetre at the x-ray optical elements. These elements are, typically, windows, polarizers, filters and monochromators. The preferred material for Bragg diffracting optical elements at present is silicon, which can be grown to a very high crystal perfection and workable size as well as rather easily processed to the required surface… CONTINUE READING