"Scratching" Carbon Nanotubes onto Si Substrates
Large-scale, high-density, and patterned carbon nanotubes (CNTs) on both pure Si and quartz (SiO2) substrates have been produced using different approaches. The CNTs were synthesized by pyrolysis of the ball-milled iron phthalocyanine (FePc) in a tube furnace under a Ar-5% H2 gas flow. Because patterned CNTs are difficult to grow directly on smooth and perfect single-crystalline Si wafer surface, mechanical scratches were created to help the selective deposition and growth of CNTs on the...[Show more]
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