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Diamond formation from C60 crystals heated under high pressure

Abstract : X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Raman Microspectroscopy showed that diamond is detected when solid C60 crystals are heated above 1600°C, in the 9-15 GP range. These samples are here studied by High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM) in order to allow the structural characteristics of more or less organised co-existing carbon phases.
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Jean-Noël Rouzaud, Christian Clinard, Thomas Cacciaguerra, A. El Morabit, Jean-Michel Bény, et al.. Diamond formation from C60 crystals heated under high pressure. 2003, pp.98-101. ⟨hal-00091433⟩



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