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X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of pulsed-laser-evaporated amorphous carbon films

AutorGutiérrez, A.; López, J.; López, María Francisca
Palabras clave81.15.Fg
68.55.Nq
71.25.Mg
82.65.My
Fecha de publicaciónago-1995
EditorSpringer Nature
CitaciónApplied Physics A 61(2): 111-114 (1995)
ResumenAmorphous carbon (a-C) films obtained by pulsed-laser ablation of graphite have been investigated by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS). The onset of 1s →σ* transitions in the films lies in the gap between theπ* andσ* bands in graphite and very close to the absorption edge of diamond, indicating a high content ofsp3 hybridization. A sharp feature at this onset is observed and assigned to a core exciton insp3-hybridized disordered C atoms. Its shift of 0.5 eV with respect to the core exciton in diamond is probably due to a higher localization of the excited electron induced by disorder. A small peak coming from C−H bonds at the surface is observed and its intensity inereases with the amount ofsp3-hybridized atoms in the sample. This can be easily explained by associating a higher amount of dangling bonds at the surface to a highersp3 content. Polarization-dependent XAS measurements show that the angular distribution of these C−H bonds has a mean value close to the normal to the surface.
Versión del editorhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s003390050175
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/169603
DOI10.1007/s003390050175
ISSN0947-8396
E-ISSN1432-0630
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