Carbon nanotubes formed in graphite after mechanical grinding and thermal annealing
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes with cylindrical and bamboo-type structures are produced in a graphite sample after mechanical milling at ambient temperature and subsequent thermal annealing up to 1400°C. The ball milling produces a precursor structure and
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