High-Pressure Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon Synthesized by Compressing Glassy Carbon at Room Temperature

@article{Tan2020HighPressureTA,
  title={High-Pressure Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon Synthesized by Compressing Glassy Carbon at Room Temperature},
  author={Lijie Tan and Hongwei Sheng and Hongbo Lou and Benyuan Cheng and Yuanyuan Xuan and Vitali B. Prakapenka and Eran Greenberg and Qiaoshi Zeng and Fang Peng and Zhidan Zeng},
  journal={Journal of Physical Chemistry C},
  year={2020},
  volume={124},
  pages={5489-5494}
}
  • L. Tan, H. Sheng, Z. Zeng
  • Published 6 February 2020
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Physical Chemistry C
Tetrahedral amorphous carbon(ta-C) thin films with high sp3 fraction have extraordinary mechanical properties and wide applications. Despite intensive effort to increase the thickness of ta-C thin ... 
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