Mechanism and Enhanced Yield of Carbon Nanotube Growth on Stainless Steel by Oxygen-Induced Surface Reconstruction

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Pattinson, Sebastian W.; Viswanath, Balakrishnan; Zakharov, Dmitri N.; Li, Jinjing; Stach, Eric A.; Hart, A. John;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/cm504209u.s003, doi: 10.1021/cm504209u.s002
  • Subject: SS | Inorganic Chemistry | Biotechnology | CNT growth | surface | Developmental Biology | Microbiology | Carbon Nanotube Growth | methods use acid immersion | Medicine | ethylene feedstock mixture | CVD | Space Science | Ecology | Evolutionary Biology | hydrocarbon exposure | seed CNT growth | Biochemistry | electron energy loss spectroscopy | transmission electron microscopy
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It is well-known that carbon nanotubes (CNTs) can be grown directly on the surface of stainless steel (SS) alloys, because the native composition of SS contains elements that seed CNT growth upon hydrocarbon exposure at elevated temperature. Often such metho... View more
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