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    65. Dynamic roughening of tetrahedral amorphous carbon. C. Casiraghi, A. C. Ferrari, A. J. Flewitt, D. P. Chu, J. Robertson; Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 226104 (2003) .

    64 Raman spectroscopy of silicon nanowires. S. Piscanec, M. Cantoro, A. C. Ferrari, S. Hofmann, J. A. Zapien, Y. Lifshitz, S. T. Lee, J. Robertson; Phys. Rev. B. 68, 241312 (2003) .

    63. Raman Spectrum of silicon nanowires. S. Piscanec, A. C. Ferrari, M. Cantoro, S. Hofmann, J. A. Zapien, Y. Lifshitz, S. T. Lee, J. Robertson; Mat. Sci. Eng. C. 23, 931 (2003) .

    62. Gold-catalyzed growth of silicon nanowires by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition. S. Hofmann, C. Ducati, R. J. Neill, S. Piscanec, A. C. Ferrari, J. Geng, R. Dunin-Borkowski, J. Robertson; J. Appl. Phys.94, 6005 (2003) .

    61. Resonant Raman of amorphous carbon nitrides, the G peak dispersion. A. C. Ferrari, S. E. Rodil, J. Robertson; Diam. Rel. Mats. 12, 905 (2003) .

    60. Interpretation of infrared and Raman spectra of amorphous carbon nitrides. A. C. Ferrari, S. E.Rodil, J. Robertson; Phys. Rev. B. 67, 155306 (2003) .

    59. Infra-red spectra of carbon nitride films. S. E. Rodil, A. C. Ferrari, J. Robertson, S. Muhl; Thin Solid films. 420, 122 (2003) .

    58. Resonant Raman characterisation of ultra-thin nano-protective carbon layers for magnetic storage devices. M. Von Gradowski, A. C. Ferrari, R. Ohr, B. Jacoby, H. Hilgers, H. H. Schneider, H. Adrian; Surf. Coat. Technol 174, 246 (2003) .

    57. Optical Gap in Carbon Nitride Films. S. E. Rodil, S. Muhl, S. Maca, A. C. Ferrari; Thin Solid Films. 433, 119 (2003) .

    56. Raman Spectroscopy of Silicon Nanowires: Phonon Confinement and Anharmonic Phonon Processes. A. C. Ferrari, S. Piscanec, S. Hofmann, M. Cantoro, C. Ducati, J. Robertson; AIP conf. Proc. 685 , 507 (2003) .

    55. Raman spectroscopy from amorphous carbons. A. C. Ferrari, S. Prawer; Section 2.2 of Properties of Amorphous Carbon, IEE-EIMS data review series 29 , p.46, INSPEC (2003).

    54. Brillouin Spectroscopy form amorphous carbons. M. G. Beghi, C. E. Bottani, A. C. Ferrari; Section 5.1 of Properties of Amorphous Carbon, IEE-EIMS datareview series 29, p.137, INSPEC (2003).

    53. X-ray reflectivity from amorphous carbon. A. Libassi, B. K. Tanner, A. C. Ferrari; Section 5.9 of Properties of Amorphous Carbon, IEE-EIMS datareview series 29, p.179, INSPEC (2003).

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