The large-scale production of graphene flakes using magnetically-enhanced arc discharge between carbon electrodes
Levchenko, I., Volotskova, O., Shashurin, A., Raitses, Y., Ostrikov, K., & Keidar, M. (2010) The large-scale production of graphene flakes using magnetically-enhanced arc discharge between carbon electrodes. Carbon, 48(15), pp. 4570-4574.
A novel approach to large-scale production of high-quality graphene flakes in magnetically-enhanced arc discharges between carbon electrodes is reported. A non-uniform magnetic field is used to control the growth and deposition zones, where the Y-Ni catalyst experiences a transition to the ferromagnetic state, which in turn leads to the graphene deposition in a collection area. The quality of the produced material is characterized by the SEM, TEM, AFM, and Raman techniques. The proposed growth mechanism is supported by the nucleation and growth model.
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