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It has been found that mechanical activation of amorphous carbon obtained from Katerina SV corn waste encourages formation of carbon nanotubes. At the same time, carbon tube output after 7 and 42 hours of mechanical activation is 11 and 42% by weight, respectively.
We demonstrated the possibility of using multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) formed by means of mechanical activation of amorphous carbon for the stimulation of crop growth. By the example of pepper cultivar Golden Rain and tomato cultivar Bull Heart, we showed the efficacy of introducing microad-ditives in the form of carbon nanotubes to the ground.
Silicon ROICs for MCT LWIR (4x288, 6x576) and MWIR (128x128) diode matrix arrays were designed, manufactured and tested. MCT layers were grown by MBE technology on (013) GaAs substrates with CdTe/ZnTe buffer layers (λco = 11.2 ± 0.15 μm at T = 78 K) and by LPE technology on (111) CdZnTe substrates with HWE passivation layer. The mean detectivity obtained… (More)