Diamonds Could Decrease Cost of Imaging and Spectroscopy Devices

News   May 25, 2018 | Original Story by John Fyson for the University of California - Berkeley.

 
Diamonds Could Decrease Cost of Imaging and Spectroscopy Devices

Two SEM micrographs of diamond microparticles employed in the investigation. The particles have uniform size distributions and are characterized by their unusual truncated octahedral shape set by particle growth size. Credit: University of California - Berkeley.

 
 
 

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