Growth of carbon nanotubes via twisted graphene nanoribbons

@inproceedings{Lim2013GrowthOC,
  title={Growth of carbon nanotubes via twisted graphene nanoribbons},
  author={Hong En Lim and Yasumitsu Miyata and Ryo Kitaura and Yoshifumi Nishimura and Yoshio Nishimoto and Stephan Irle and Jamie H Warner and Hiromichi Kataura and Hisanori Shinohara},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2013}
}
Carbon nanotubes have long been described as rolled-up graphene sheets. It is only fairly recently observed that longitudinal cleavage of carbon nanotubes, using chemical, catalytical and electrical approaches, unzips them into thin graphene strips of various widths, the so-called graphene nanoribbons. In contrast, rolling up these flimsy ribbons into tubes in a real experiment has not been possible. Theoretical studies conducted by Kit et al. recently demonstrated the tube formation through… CONTINUE READING
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