Hainschwang, T., Fritsch, E., Massi, L., Rondeau, B. & Notari, F. (2012) The C center isolated nitrogen-related infrared absorption at 2688 cm(-1): perfect harmony in diamond. J. Appl. Spectrosc. 79 737–743.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0021-9037
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Mots-clés: C center, infrared spectroscopy, nitrogen concentration, overtone absorption, substitutional nitrogen
Créateurs: Fritsch, Hainschwang, Massi, Notari, Rondeau
Collection: J. Appl. Spectrosc.
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Seventy-six diamonds with detectable C centers were selected based on the presence of a 1344 and/or 2688 cm(-1) absorption in their infrared (IR) spectra. Such diamonds are always distinctly colored, often in yellow to orange with various modifications of colours such as brown and green. Fifty-seven of them had an IR spectrum exhibiting the well-known C center-related 1344.4 cm(-1) (hereinafter 1344 cm(-1)) IR absorption peak with an absorption coefficient of more than 0.1. The IR spectra of 15 diamonds had a 1344 cm(-1) peak with an absorption coefficient below 0.1 cm(-1). Finally, in the spectra of 4 samples the 1344 cm(-1) peak was undetectable because of strong aggregated nitrogen absorption but the 2688 cm(-1) line was present. When the 1344 cm(-1) absorption is superior to 0.1 cm(-1), this fairly sharp line (FWHM = 3.3-4.2 cm(-1)) at 2688 cm(-1) is detected, which correlates in intensity with the 1344 cm(-1) feature.
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