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|Title:||Growth of carbon nanotube arrays using the existing array as a substrate and their Raman characterization|
|Authors:||Sun, L.F. |
|Citation:||Sun, L.F., Liu, Z.Q., Ma, X.C., Zhong, Z.Y., Tang, S.B., Xiong, Z.T., Tang, D.S., Zhou, W.Y., Zou, X.P., Li, Y.B., Tan, K.L., Xie, S.S., Lin, J.Y. (2001-06-01). Growth of carbon nanotube arrays using the existing array as a substrate and their Raman characterization. Chemical Physics Letters 340 (3-4) : 222-226. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2614(01)00417-1|
|Abstract:||In this Letter, we report that after oxidation in air and reduction in hydrogen the existing carbon nanotube arrays can be used as a substrate to grow another nanotube array. The two arrays are connected through a thin catalyst layer. Micro-Raman study of these two nanotube arrays shows that they have different characteristic spectra. Besides the small shift in the peak frequencies of the two kinds of arrays in Micro-Raman spectra, we have observed changes in the relative intensities of D, G and D′ lines and proposed the mechanism of this phenomenon. © 2001 Elsevier Science B.V.|
|Source Title:||Chemical Physics Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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