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Process Verification of Magnetic Ion Embedded Nanodiamonds Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy

  title={Process Verification of Magnetic Ion Embedded Nanodiamonds Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy},
  author={Bo-Rong Lin and Chien-Hsu Chen and Srinivasu Kunuku and Tung Yuan Hsiao and Hung-Kai Yu and Tzung-Yuang Chen and Yu-Jen Chang and Li-Chuan Liao and Chun-Hsiang Chang and Fang-Hsin Chen and Huan Niu and Chien-Ping Lee},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
Ion implantation is used to create magnetic ion embedded nanodiamonds for use in a wide range of biological and medical applications; however, the effectiveness of this process depends heavily on separating magnetic nanodiamonds from non-magnetic ones. In this study, we use secondary ion mass spectrometry to assess the distribution of magnetic ions and verify the success of separation. When applied to a series of iron/manganese embedded nanodiamonds, the sorting tool used in this study proved… 

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