Surface chemistry of ultradispersed diamonds
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The type and amount of functional groups on the surface of ultradispersed diamonds were determined. The adsorption of potential-determining ions was studied in relation to various factors, and the surface charge density was evaluated. The influence exerted by thermal treatment in argon and hydrogen on the functional composition of the surface was analyzed.
KeywordsHydrogen Argon Charge Density Thermal Treatment Surface Charge
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