Low temperature synthesis of transparent conductive boron doped diamond films for optoelectronic applications: Role of hydrogen on the electrical properties


Optically transparent diamond electrodes in the form of polycrystalline thin layers were synthesized at low temperatures (250°C) using chemical vapor deposition technique. Low temperature synthesis opens the route towards development of a wide range of applications, which would exploit superior properties of diamond layers as a corrosion resistant, electrically conductive and optically transparent functional coating.

Optically transparent diamond electrodes
Diamond electrodes possessing high optical transparency and enhanced electrical conductivity fabricated at low synthesis temperatures.

Contact person: Mgr. Petr Ashcheulov, Ph.D.

Collaborating institutions:

J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.,

Research Centre Řež,

Universidad de Sevilla, Spain,

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering