Nauka innov. 2015, 11(1):49-52

N.V. Novikov, V.V. Lisakovskiy, O.A. Zanevskiy, S.A. Ivakhnenko
V. N. Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials, NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv


Innovative Appeal of the Structurally Perfect Diamond Monocrystal Production to their Purposeful Use in the Newest Technologies of the XXI Century

Section: Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Journal
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: Scientific research executed at the Institute for Superhard Materials allowed to detrmine regularities of carbon phase transformations and transfer in metal solvents and to create methods for growing of large-size structurally perfect diamond monocrystals. The received results created a basis of the diamond production technology to be used in electronics, laser equipment, precision machining, boring tool. Use of 6-punch equipment of high pressures of large volume allowed to develop technology of diamond monocrystal growing with higher production efficiency.
Key words: diamond, monocrystal, defects, additives, growing methods, high pressures and temperatures.

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