A Model for the Growth of Bamboo and Skeletal Nanotubes: Catalytic Capillarity
Annealing of ball-milled powders of graphite and boron nitride leads to the formation of nanotubes. Homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation processes are active. Tip nucleation by metal impurities, and surface diffusion gives rise by catalytic capillary
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