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Lindeman's criterion: diamond graphitization temperature and its dependence on external pressure

@article{Strekalov2012LindemansCD,
  title={Lindeman's criterion: diamond graphitization temperature and its dependence on external pressure},
  author={Vladimir N. Strekalov},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2012}
}
A simple model for the "diamond graphitization" type of phase transition is proposed, leading to a good agreement with the experimental data. The phase transition temperature dependence on the external pressure is found. A new phenomenon in diamond is predicted, which is a decrease of the temperature of graphitization with increase of external pressure. 

Assessing of the suitability of using a diamond detector made based on graphitized electrodes under Nd : YAG laser irradiation as a semiconductor microdosimeter

Semiconductor microdosimeters are appropriate candidate for dose equivalent measurement of unknown and complex radiation fields such as fields of hadron-therapy and space. Among them the diamond

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