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High-temperature annealing of optical centers in type-I diamond
AT Collins, A Connor, CH Ly, A Shareef, PM Spear
Journal of applied physics 97 (8), 083517-083517-10 (2005).

Sub-threshold excitation of luminescence of defects in diamond
F De Weerdt, AT Collins, M Zugik, A Connor
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17 (50), 8005 (2005).

Other:

Optical Characterisation of Natural and Synthetic Diamonds
Alexander Michael Connor
King’s College, London. Department of Physics
University of London, 2007.

Confocal Raman studies of boron-doped CVD diamond
A. M. Connor, C. Piccirillo, D. Richards, A. Mainwood and M. E. Newton
15th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, Nitrides & Silicon Carbide. Riva Del Garda, Trentino, Italy. 2004.

Confocal Raman Studies of CVD Diamond
A. Connor, C. Piccirillo, A. Mainwood, M.E. Newton & D. Richards.
Presented at the De Beers Sponsored Diamond Conference. Warwick University 2004.

Fano Resonance in Diamond: A Study of the Temperature Dependence in Raman
Spectroscopy.
A. Connor, C. Piccirillo, D. Richards, A. Mainwood & G. Davies
Presented at 15th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, Nitrides & Silicon Carbide. Riva Del Garda, Trentino, Italy.
2004

The temperature dependence of the Fano resonance in diamond.
A M Connor, C Piccirillo, D R Richards, A Mainwood and G Davies.
Presented at Workshop on Surface and Bulk
Defects in CVD Diamond Films IX, 18–20 February 2004, Hasselt, Belgium.

What can EPR tell us about the annealing of brown type IIa and IIb natural diamond?
Claire Glover, A Connor, A T Collins, and M E Newton. ICNDST-8 2002.

EPR and optical studies of HTP GE-POL processed type II diamonds.
Claire Glover, M. E. Newton, A. M. Connor, A. T. Collins and T. R. Anthony.
53rd Diamond Conference 2002.

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January 9, 2014 at 09:59

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