Graphene and carbon nanotubes from arc plasmas : experiment and plasma modeling
Tam, E., Levchenko, I., Li, J., Shashurin, A., Murphy, A.B., Keidar, M., & Ostrikov, K. (2011) Graphene and carbon nanotubes from arc plasmas : experiment and plasma modeling. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 39(11), pp. 2798-2799.
Graphene and carbon nanotubes are the most promising nanomaterials for application in various modern nanodevices. The successful production of the nanotubes and graphene in a single process was achieved by using a magnetically enhanced arc discharge in helium atmosphere between carbon and metal electrodes. A 3-D fluid model has been used to investigate the discharge parameters.
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