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Carbon Nanotube Arrays - OSTI GOV

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Cooperative Behavior in the Evolution of Alignment and Structure in Vertically Aligned Carbon-Nanotube Arrays Grown using Chemical Vapor Deposition

We go over the origin and the influence of autocatalytic kinetics on the structure-property relationship in the evolution of macromolecular framework throughout self-organized development of vertically straightened carbon-nanotube arrays by chemical vapor deposition of acetylene. Our evaluation shows that the autocatalytic kinetics indicate extreme chain polymerization of acetylene as the most likely mechanism efficient in producing the large variants in carbon-addition rates disclosed by real-time data.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1504014


Polymer-assisted deposition of films and preparation of carbon nanotube arrays using the films

Carbon nanotubes were prepared by finish a substrate with a coating remedy including an appropriate solvent, a soluble polymer, a metal forerunner having a first steel chosen from iron, molybdenum, nickel, and cobalt, and optionally a 2nd steel selected from aluminum and magnesium, and a binding agent that creates a complex with the first steel and a complex with the 2nd metal.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1087871


LDRD final report : chromophore-functionalized aligned carbon nanotube arrays.

The goal of this job was to increase on formerly shown solitary carbon nanotube devices by preparing an extra useful, multi-single-walled carbon nanotube tool. The advantages of making lined up SWNT devices include boosted device cross-section to boost sensitivity to light, removal of increased electrical resistance at nanotube joints in arbitrary mat devices, and the capacity to model tool responses. Although the supreme goal of producing and evaluating chromophore-modified SWNT arrays was not achieved, the work did lead to a new carbon nanotube growth ability at Sandia/CA.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1030334


Self-assembled ordered carbon-nanotube arrays and membranes.

Picture free-standing versatile membranes with highly-aligned arrays of carbon nanotubes running via their density. How about CNT movies with incredible quantities of accessible area for analyte adsorption? We recommended to discover growth and characterize nanotube arrays to aid determine their amazing performance for Sandia applications. Thermal chemical vapor deposition development in a heating system nucleates from a metal catalyst. Bought arrays grow using design templates from self-assembled hexagonal arrays of nanopores in anodized-aluminum oxide. Large-area, highly-accessible gas-adsorbing carbon surface areas, fantastic cold-cathode field-emission, and special nanoscale geometries can result in sophisticated microsensors making use of analyte adsorption, arrays of functionalized nanoelectrodes for improved electrochemical discovery of biological/explosive compounds, or mass-ionizers for gas-phase discovery. Materials studies involving membrane layer formation may bring about amazing breakthroughs in nanofiltration/nanochromatography for the separation of chemical and biological agents. With regulated nanofilter dimensions, ultrafiltration will be viable to preconcentrate and different viruses and many stress of bacteria for 'down-stream' analysis.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/920118

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