WT開發的基礎是CVD金剛石領域領先的專家和從業者35年來進行的科學研究和應用工作的結果。 我們的團隊成員在國際期刊上發表了600多篇文章，主題是金剛石的化學氣相沉積，其激光加工，結構和性質的研究以及實際應用。 該公司的研發中心位于俄羅斯莫斯科，并與領先科學家進行戰略合作。
生長尺寸為10х10х7mm3的單晶金剛石。 我們可以進行高達6mm厚的單晶金剛石層的高速合成。 所得板的橫向尺寸僅受基材尺寸的限制，可以達到15х15mm2
光學。 從紫外線到微波范圍內的透明度，高導熱性，抗輻射性和大孔徑使CVD金剛石成為一種獨特的光學材料。 其應用之一是用于輸出來自激光器，太赫茲和同步輻射的重型IR輻射的窗口。 折射X射線透鏡可以由鉆石制成。另一個應用領域是通過光刻或激光加工創建的可見光、紅外和太赫茲范圍內的高功率輻射源的衍射光學器件。
The 21st century is driven by the rapid development of technologies that strengthen the dynamics of creating new materials with high conductive properties.
Therefore, there is a huge demand for artificial diamonds not only as a material in the jewelry industry but also in the industrial and technological sphere, given the high physical properties of lab-grown diamond and its versatility in combination with other materials. In the process of improving and adapting diamond technologies for industrial applications, it is important to constantly upgrade high-quality equipment, scientific knowledge and experience of qualified engineers, and, of course, the technology of diamond growth.
MPCVD technology allows the industrial production of various diamond materials (mono - and polycrystalline) with reduced cost, a high level of structural perfection, and purity.
Since 2016, "WONDER TECHNOLOGIES" LLC has been actively developing technologies in the field of synthetic diamond, improving methods of diamond materials production and striving for widespread commercial implementation of products based on them.
WT is the owner of the production technology, and MPCVD reactors "WT1000", created specifically for the growth of diamond. The advantage of the "WT1000" reactors is the highest controllability of growth processes, the speed of diamond deposition, the quality of the resulting diamond materials and their low cost, the high quality of assembly and components, the overall ease of operation and maintenance.
The basis of WT development is the results of scientific researches and applied works carried out for 35 years by leading experts and practitioners in the field of CVD diamond. Our team members have published more than 600 articles in international journals on the topic of chemical vapor deposition of diamond, its laser processing, the study of structure and properties, as well as practical applications. The company’s R&D center is located in Moscow, Russia, and strategically partnered with the leading scientists of The Lebedev Physical Institute (LPI RAS) and the Prokhorov General Physics Institute (GPI Russian Academy of Science).
CORE TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS
To date, we have developed and optimized technologies for obtaining a wide range of diamond materials with controlled properties, methods of their processing, and alloying. Core technological developments as of this date, according to carefully verified recipes with high repeatability are the following:
Growth of 4'' diameter polycrystalline diamond plates with high thickness uniformity over the surface. Polycrystalline films are one of the most traditional types of diamond materials. We have developed technologies for producing high-quality films and plates up to 100 mm in diameter and up to 2 mm thick.
Growth of a single-crystal diamond with a size of 10х10х7 mm3. We can perform high-speed synthesis of single-crystal diamond layers up to 6 mm thick. The lateral dimensions of the resulting plates are limited only by the size of the substrate and can reach 15х15 mm2.
Production of optical elements based on polycrystalline diamond, as well as diffractive diamond optical elements for controlling high-power IR laser beams.
Polycrystalline diamond deposition on cutting tools. A technology for plasma-chemical deposition of superhard diamond coatings on cutting tools has been developed for efficient processing of new composite materials in the aerospace industry, including CFRP and fiberglass.
Technology for laser grinding and polishing of polycrystalline diamond plates up to 4'' in diameter.
As a result of our technologies, a wide scope of high-tech products can be created and implemented for use in the following areas:
Electronics. Diamond can be used to produce heat-dissipating substrates and coatings in devices based on wide-band semiconductors. The use of “GaN-Diamond” heterostructures will make it possible to create miniature and energy-efficient high-power microwave electronics, amplifiers, LEDs, and other electronic devices of a new generation, in particular, necessary for the infrastructure of 5G networks. Also, based on diamond, it is possible to create acoustoelectronic devices, such as filters on the surface acoustic waves of the GHz range.
Medicine. Chemical stability, biocompatibility, and the possibility of surface treatment make nanodiamond particles one of the most promising and safe drug carriers for the body. The surface of a nanodiamond can be changed to attach a drug to it and ensure its targeted delivery. Another application is fluorescent biomarkers from nanodiamond particles doped with silicon or nitrogen atoms to create glow centers. The high stability of their fluorescence makes it possible to observe the delivery of drugs and their excretion from the body. Diagnostics using nanodiamond biomarkers take place with minimal consequences for the health and well-being of patients.
Ecology. The method of electrochemical oxidation based on doped diamond electrodes is the most effective for wastewater treatment of enterprises. The use of diamond provides a speed and completeness of water purification that is unattainable by other methods, including electrochemical oxidation with other electrode materials. An important advantage of a diamond is its corrosion and chemical resistance, which ensures a long service life of the electrodes in aggressive environments.
Optics. Transparency in the range from UV to microwave, high thermal conductivity, radiation resistance, and large aperture make CVD diamond a unique optical material. One of its applications is windows for outputting heavy-duty IR radiation from lasers, THz, and synchrotron radiation. Refractive X-ray lenses can be made from diamonds. Another area of application is diffraction optics for high-power radiation sources in the visible, IR, and THz ranges, created by photolithography or laser processing.
Safety. One of the potential uses of diamonds in the field of safety is luminescent nanodiamond labels to protect supply chains. The centers of luminescence in the diamond are reliably protected by the surrounding material, and they are not affected by heat, high pressure, chemical environment and procedures carried out during the labeling and packaging of various products. This method allows to effectively protect both the packaging and the products themselves from counterfeiting in any field, including in the presence of requirements for biocompatibility, and safety for humans.
Wonder Technologies adheres to the position of dynamic and sustainable development of technological diamond solutions, focused on developing and obtaining industrial technologies of synthesis, modification, and processing of polycrystalline and monocrystalline diamond materials, manufacturing products based on it, as well as development and creation of equipment for its synthesis.