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Vladimíra Petráková, Andrew Taylor, Irena Kratochvílová, František Fendrych, Jiří Vacík, Jan Kučka, Jan Štursa, Petr Cígler, Miroslav Ledvina, Anna Fišerová, Peter Kneppo and Miloš Nesládek Luminescence of Nanodiamond Driven by Atomic Functionalization: Towards Novel Detection Principles Advanced Functional Materials 22

Version of Record online: 15 DEC 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201101936

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The luminescence of nanodiamond (ND) originates from nitrogen-vacancy (NV) color centers that can emit luminescence in two spectral regions, either from 570 to 620 nm or from 630 to 750 nm. Chemically induced surface changes enable switching between the two luminescence channels. The hole accumulation layer developed at the nanodiamond surface by hydrogen termination leads to quenching of the NV luminescence.

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