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Much higher rates were reported than those of Eversole. A major achievement of the Soviet group was the use of atomic hydrogen during growth. This gave much higher growth rates and also permitted nucleation of new diamond crystallites on nondiamond substrates. This development apparently came about as the result of a suggestion of Valentin Varnin (A. Badzian, personal communication, 1991). He had learned of the results from Case Western Reserve University on atomic hydrogen from Dmitri Fedoseev, who had attended the 1971 Kiev meeting where the work was presented.