Shishonok E.M. Cubic boron nitride: Raman and luminescence investigations, prospects for use in opto- and microelectronics (Minsk, 2009). - ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ / CONTENTS
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ОбложкаShishonok E.M. Cubic boron nitride: Raman and luminescence investigations, prospects for use in opto- and microelectronics = Кубический нитрид бора: исследования комбинационного рассеяния и люминесценции, перспективы использования в опто- и микроэлектронике / SSPA Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre of NAS of Belarus. - Minsk: Publishing Center of BSU, 2009. - 263 p.: ill. - Ref.: p.232-261. - ISBN 978-985-476-711-6
 

Оглавление / Contents
 
INTRODUCTION .................................................... 6

Part 1. IR - AND RAMAN INVESTIGATIONS OF CUBIC BORON NITRIDE ... 13
1.1  Raman investigations of cBN ............................... 13
     1.1.1  Raman spectra of cBN single crystals of cBN
            analyzed with a He-Cd laser excitation ............. 14
     1.1.2  Raman spectra of cBN single crystals,
            micropowders and polycrystals analyzed with an Ar
            laser excitation ................................... 14
     1.1.3  Changeable position of TO and LO lines in Raman
            spectra of cBN ..................................... 18
     1.1.4  Raman spectra of cBN influenced by Be .............. 23
1.2  IR spectra of cBN ......................................... 32
     1.2.1  IR reflection of ceramic samples of cBNc(B) ........ 32
     1.2.2  Texture influence on IR - spectra of
            polycrystalline samples of cBN ..................... 37
     1.2.3  IR reflection of single crystals of cBN and
            micropowders synthesized in a catalytic system
            with a nitrogen excess ............................. 40
     1.2.4  IR-transmission spectra of the cBN micropowders
            synthesized with nitrogen and boron excess ......... 40
1.3  Dielectric properties of ceramic samples cBNc(B) .......... 41
1.4  The curve of the phonon density of states of cubic boron
     nitride obtained from luminescence ........................ 44

Part 2. LUMINESCENCE OF CBN .................................... 50
2.1  Cathodoluminescence of Annealed Cubic Boron Nitride ....... 51
2.2  Cathodoluminescence and photoluminescence of electron
     irradiated cubic boron nitride ............................ 54
     2.2.1  CBN irradiated with electrons of high energy 
            (4.5 MeV) .......................................... 54
     2.2.2  Photoluminescence of cBN irradiated with
            electrons of low energy (150 -300 keV). Near-
            threshold creation of optical centers in electron
            irradiated cubic boron nitride ..................... 57
     2.2.3  RC radiation centers obtained from
            a photoluminescence study of cubic boron nitride
            irradiated with electrons of near-threshold
            energies. Splitting of the zero phonon lines of
            the centers ........................................ 65
2.3  Cathodoluminescence of cBN treated under high pressur ..... 74
     2.3.1  Cathodoluminescence of poly cry tstalline cBN
            treated under high pressure ........................ 74
     2.3.2  Broadening of lines in cathodoluminescence
            spectra of cBN ..................................... 79
     2.3.3  Cathodoluminescence of cBN single crystals
            treated under high pressure ranging from 3.5 to 9
            GPa ................................................ 81
     2.3.4  Cathodoluminescence of polycrystals, ceramic
            samples and single crystals of cBN treated under
            a high pressure 8 GPa and temperature ranging 
            from 500 to 2800 К ................................. 89
     2.3.5  Cathodoluminescence of cBN single crystals
            synthesized in a catalytic system with nitrogen
            excess treated under a pressure 5 GPa and at
            a temperature Tan = 670 - 1570 К ................... 95
2.4  Electron - vibrational structure PF in the 2.8 - 3.6 eV
     range of luminescence spectra of cubic boron nitride ..... 102
     2.4.1  The PF structure in cathodoluminescence spectrum
            of cubic boron nitride implanted with boron
            ions, electron irradiated and annealed in
            vacuum ............................................ 102
     2.4.2  Electron-vibrational structure PF in
            photoluminescence spectra of cubic boron nitride
            influenced by low energy electron irradiation 
            and annealing under vacuum conditions ............. 105
2.5  Impurity related cathodoluminescence and
     photoluminescence spectra of cubic boron nitride ......... 114
     2.5.1  Chromium related spectra in cathodoluminescence
            of cubic boron nitride ............................ 114
     2.5.2  Beryllium related spectra in cathodoluminescence
            of cubic boron nitride ............................ 120
     2.5.3  Tungsten related spectra in cathodoluminescence
            and photoluminescence of cubic boron nitride ...... 128
     2.5.4  Hexagonal boron nitride related spectrum in 
            cathodoluminescence of cubic boron nitride ........ 131
     2.5.5  Pumping oil related spectra in
            cathodoluminescence and photoluminescence of
            cubic boron nitride, "oil center" ................. 134
2.6  Luminescence spectra of cubic boron nitride activated
     by rare earth elements ................................... 138
     2.6.1  Strong ultra violet luminescence from cerium- 
            and gadolinium-doped cubic boron nitride .......... 138
     2.6.2  UV photoluminescnce of cubic boron nitride
            activated by Gd and co-activated by Al and 
            thermobarically treated ........................... 148
     2.6.3  Blue, green, and red photoluminescence of cubic
            boron nitride activated by Tb, Sm, Eu and Er ...... 156
     2.6.4  Red photoluminescence of cubic boron nitride 
            co-activated by Eu and Cr ......................... 165
     2.6.5  Cubic boron nitride doped by Sm ................... 175
     2.6.6  Cubic boron nitride doped by Tm ................... 180
     2.6.7  Cubic boron nitride doped by Nd ................... 189

Part 3. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF CBN FOR DIELECTRIC THICK
        FILMS WITH HIGH THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND ITS
        CHARACTERIZATION USING EPR METHOD ..................... 201
3.1  Dielectric thick films based on cBN micropowder .......... 203
3.2  High Thermal Conductivity Cubic Boron Nitride Thick
     Films .................................................... 210
3.3  EPR analysis for cBN practical applications .............. 215
     3.3.1  EPR-Study of Cubic Boron Nitride of Different
            Stoichiometric Compositions ....................... 215
3.4  EPR analysis of cubic boron nitride with a different
     boron content applied to characterization of thick
     films of various thermal conductivities .................. 224

References .................................................... 233
Aknowledgments ................................................ 263


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