Nanotube growth during annealing of mechanically milled Boron
Boron powder, finely ground in a tungsten carbide ball mill in an ammonia atmosphere, has been annealed at 1200°C in flowing nitrogen to produce small quantities of cylindrical BN nanotubes, both as isolated individuals and grouped into ropes. Thick-wall
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