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Flame pyrolysis synthesis of self-oriented carbon nanotubes
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In this paper, the flame pyrolysis method to synthesize self-oriented carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with Fe/Mo/Al2O3 as catalyst is studied. The outcome arrays are well aligned and relatively good in morphology. Furthermore, after electric field being applied to flame pyrolysis synthesis, the arrays become straighter and longer significantly, with higher yield.
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