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Nitrogen is responsible for yellow-colored diamond, and boron for slightly bluedor more particularly quite clear diamond. Type IIB diamonds are the most valuable. Synthetic diamond is mostly used for abrasive purposes and is now relatively inexpensive to produce. The hardening of diamond surfaces has also been discussed (Han, Ihm, Louie, & Cohen, 1998) with nitrogen or boron replacing the surface carbon atoms although surface charge transfer effects may be uncertain (Larsson & Ristein, 2005). It is quite unlikely that there will be a harder natural material than diamond but with its cost and physical limitations alternatives are needed.
2003) of BC2N within an eight-atom zinc-blende structure forming the basis for the investigation. Typically, in these models, B, C, and N atoms have an orderly distribution on the diamond lattice sites with a certain space group symmetry and are constructed by avoiding the low energy bonds, B–B and N–N and separating the BN layer from the carbon layer in the unit cell. Similarly, a theoretical model was proposed for various B–C diamond-like structures (Lowther, 2005). All structures were metastable relative to, for example, diamond and c-BN.
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