Dry contact transfer printing of aligned carbon nanotube patterns and characterization of their optical properties for diameter distribution and alignment.

@article{Pint2010DryCT,
  title={Dry contact transfer printing of aligned carbon nanotube patterns and characterization of their optical properties for diameter distribution and alignment.},
  author={Cary L Pint and Ya-Qiong Xu and Sharief Moghazy and Tonya K Cherukuri and Noe T Alvarez and Erik H H{\'a}roz and Salma Mahzooni and Stephen K Doorn and Junichiro Kono and Matteo Pasquali and Robert H. Hauge},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={1131-45}
}
A scalable and facile approach is demonstrated where as-grown patterns of well-aligned structures composed of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) synthesized via water-assisted chemical vapor deposition (CVD) can be transferred, or printed, to any host surface in a single dry, room-temperature step using the growth substrate as a stamp. We demonstrate compatibility of this process with multiple transfers for large-scale device and specifically tailored pattern fabrication. Utilizing this… CONTINUE READING
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