ynthesis of tall carpets of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes y in situ generation of water vapor through preheating f added oxygen

@inproceedings{Nessim2012ynthesisOT,
  title={ynthesis of tall carpets of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes y in situ generation of water vapor through preheating f added oxygen},
  author={ilbert D. Nessim and Ahmed Al-Obeidi and Haviv Grisaru and Erik S. Polsen and Ryan C Oliver and Tomer Zimrin and A. John Hart and Doron Aurbach and Carl V. Thompson},
  year={2012}
}
ense millimeter-tall carpets of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (VACNTs) were grown sing thermal chemical vapor deposition (CVD) from ethylene and hydrogen gases with wo or three independently controlled hot zones while introducing controlled flows of oxyen. Through preheating, oxygen and hydrogen reacted through a multi-step reaction to orm water, enabling the growth of tall CNT carpets. This process showed a large tolerance or variations of O2, H2, and C2H4. The measured water vapor… CONTINUE READING

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