His scientific interests lie mostly in Diamond, Chemical vapor deposition, Thin film, Analytical chemistry and Optoelectronics. James E. Butler is interested in Material properties of diamond, which is a branch of Diamond. The various areas that James E. Butler examines in his Chemical vapor deposition study include Raman scattering, Epitaxy, Nitrogen, Physical chemistry and Engineering physics.
His studies in Thin film integrate themes in fields like Nucleation, Synthetic diamond, Electrochemistry, Chemical engineering and Microstructure. The Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Boron, Semiconductor and Scanning electron microscope. As a part of the same scientific family, James E. Butler mostly works in the field of Optoelectronics, focusing on Polarization and, on occasion, Light scattering and Characterization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Diamond, Chemical vapor deposition, Analytical chemistry, Optoelectronics and Thin film. His Diamond research is mostly focused on the topic Material properties of diamond. His Chemical vapor deposition study also includes
His Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Boron and Scanning electron microscope. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Electronic engineering, Single crystal and Optics. His Thin film study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon, Substrate and Silicon.
His primary areas of investigation include Diamond, Optoelectronics, Chemical vapor deposition, Nanotechnology and Analytical chemistry. His Diamond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallography, Thin film and Optics. His study on Optoelectronics also encompasses disciplines like
His studies deal with areas such as Grain boundary, Luminescence, Thermoluminescence, Ion implantation and Dosimetry as well as Chemical vapor deposition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon, Resonator and Grain size in addition to Nanotechnology. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates themes from Ion and Doping.
James E. Butler spends much of his time researching Diamond, Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Optics and Chemical vapor deposition. He studies Diamond, namely Material properties of diamond. James E. Butler interconnects Carbon, Microwave and Silicon in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology.
His Optoelectronics research incorporates elements of Etching, Ion implantation, Electronic engineering and Electrode. The Optics study which covers Single crystal that intersects with Quality, Single crystal diamond, Dissipation and Radio frequency. His Chemical vapor deposition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surface chemical, Chemical species, Plasma kinetics and Physical chemistry.
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DNA-modified nanocrystalline diamond thin-films as stable, biologically active substrates.
Wensha Yang;Orlando Auciello;James E. Butler;Wei Cai.
Nature Materials (2002)
Standard electrochemical behavior of high-quality, boron-doped polycrystalline diamond thin-film electrodes
Michael C. Granger;Malgorzata Witek;Jishou Xu;Jian Wang.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Diamond Chemical Vapor Deposition
F. G. Celii;J. E. Butler.
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry (1991)
The CVD of Nanodiamond Materials
James E. Butler;Anirudha V. Sumant.
Chemical Vapor Deposition (2008)
Thin film diamond growth mechanisms
James E. Butler;Richard L. Woodin.
Philosophical transactions - Royal Society. Mathematical, physical and engineering sciences (1994)
Elastic, mechanical, and thermal properties of nanocrystalline diamond films
J. Philip;P. Hess;T. Feygelson;J. E. Butler.
Journal of Applied Physics (2003)
Photochemical Functionalization of Diamond Films
Todd Strother;Tanya Knickerbocker;John N. Russell;James E. Butler.
Infrared detection of gaseous species during the filament‐assisted growth of diamond
F. G. Celii;P. E. Pehrsson;H.‐t. Wang;J. E. Butler.
Applied Physics Letters (1988)
Thin film diamond growth mechanisms. Comment
James E. Butler;Richard L. Woodin;L. M. Brown;P. Fallon.
Philosophical transactions - Royal Society. Mathematical, physical and engineering sciences (1993)
Hydrogen atom detection in the filament‐assisted diamond deposition environment
F. G. Celii;J. E. Butler.
Applied Physics Letters (1989)
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