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Hydrophilic Low-Temperature Direct Bonding of Diamond and Si Substrates Under Atmospheric Conditions

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Abstract: A monocrystalline diamond substrate was directly bonded with a Si substrate by annealing at low temperatures under atmospheric conditions. These substrate surfaces were functionalized with hydroxyl groups and subsequently bonded by a dehydration reaction. When a diamond (111) substrate was treated with a H2SO4 H2O2 mixture, it generated a direct bonding with an oxygen-plasma-activated Si substrate without significant loss in diamond crystallinity. The proposed bonding technique would contribute to the diamond device fabrication because the high-crystallinity diamond layer can be transferred by the commonly used cleaning process followed by low-temperature annealing under atmospheric conditions.

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