Rigden, Jane S. and Newport, Robert J. (1996) A reverse monte carlo modeling study of diamond-like carbon. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 143 (1). pp. 292-296. ISSN 0013-4651. (doi:https://doi.org/10.1149/1.1836425 ) (Full text available)
Reverse Monte Carlo (RMC) modeling is a novel method of obtaining 3D information on atomic structure by combining complementary data from various experiments. X-ray and neutron diffraction data, nuclear magnetic resonance results, and chemical considerations have been used as constraints in the RMC process to model diamond-like carbon, an amorphous hydrogenated form of carbon with unusual properties. The results have given us new insight into this interesting material.
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