Theory of hydrogen in diamond

JP Goss
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter

Hydrogen is a ubiquitous impurity in diamond but in contrast to other group IV materials the microscopic structure adopted in bulk material has largely remained elusive. It has therefore been the role of modelling to predict the properties of H in bulk diamond, as well as the interactions with impurities and other defects. Presented here is an account of the current theoretical understanding of hydrogen in diamond.

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