volume 39, issue 10, P4707-4716 1968
DOI: 10.1063/1.1655823
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Abstract: The microstructure of diamonds formed from the graphite in cast iron by an explosive shock process was investigated by means of transmission electron microscopy electron, diffraction, and selected beam microscopy. Morphologically, the material consists of a mixture of two different forms: compact aggregates of of usually acicular crystallites with a strong preferred orientation, and single crystals. The latter partly consist of hexagonal diamond, the recently discovered modification of carbon, and contain man…

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