Model of hopping dc conductivity via nearest neighbor boron atoms in moderately compensated diamond crystals

@article{Poklonski2009ModelOH,
  title={Model of hopping dc conductivity via nearest neighbor boron atoms in moderately compensated diamond crystals},
  author={Nikolai A. Poklonski and Sergey A. Vyrko and Andrei Georgievich Zabrodskii},
  journal={Solid State Communications},
  year={2009},
  volume={149},
  pages={1248-1253}
}
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Doped diamond is a potential model system for the study of electronic phase transitions and a stimulating example for other semiconductors such as germanium and silicon and some open questions are identified.
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