Building New Materials From What's Lying AroundNeil Gross
After Soviet scientists made the stunning announcement in 1977 that they had created diamond films from carbon vapor, Japan was the first to duplicate the results. Its National Institute for Research in Inorganic Materials immediately gave the technique, called chemical vapor deposition (CVD), to a dozen Japanese corporate labs. The goal: develop diamond films for use in lightning-fast microchips.
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