Electronic and magnetic properties of carbon nanofoam produced by high-repetition-rate laser ablation
A new form of carbon material, a low-density cluster-assembled carbon nanofoam was produced by high-repetition-rate laser ablation of a glassy carbon target in an ambient non-reactive Ar atmosphere. The foam poses a unique combination of properties, such
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