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Robertson, J. (2002) Diamond-Like Amorphous Carbon. Materials Science and Engineering R, 37, 129-281.
ABSTRACT: The development of electric and hybrid automobiles has gained momentum with the growth of interest in the field of miniaturization of electrode materials. In particular, technologies that improve the electrical property of stainless steel, while maintaining corrosion resistance, are gaining interest in terms of maintaining specific resistivity. The study on metal doping in diamond-like carbon coating is currently in progress to enhance the characteristics of conductivity and corrosion resistance with excellent properties such as corrosion resistance and lubrication coating. It is the process of using Cr arc with DLC coating to actuate AEGD. The change of I(D)/I(G) (Graphite peak (G) and disordered bond peak (D)) ratio and G-peak position in Cr-containing DLC film causes graphitization and thus lowers the basic electric resistance. Simultaneous input of nitrogen gas leads to deposition of CrN by a specific ratio of Cr and N in the DLC coating, and the nitrogen atoms replace hydrogen in bonding to increase the sp3 bond structure in the DLC film, in which CrN is not deposited, to result in specific resistivity of a specific value or less.