Abstract

It was experimentally shown that, when nanosecond near-infrared laser pulses are applied to nanoporous silicate glass containing amorphous carbon, nanodiamonds are formed. The formation of these structures is confirmed by the spectra of luminescence and Raman scattering. Mechanisms explaining the observed effects are proposed.

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