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Interface characteristics of vertically aligned carbon nanofibers for interconnect applications
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10.1063/1.2423241
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http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/26/10.1063/1.2423241
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(Color online) Interface region of long CNFs. (a) SEM image of CNFs on the narrow strip formed by FIB. (b) and (c): STEM images of stacked graphitic layers between Ni and Ti layer, accounting for 80%–90% of CNFs. (d) and (e): CNF exhibiting low cone angles, accounting for 10%–20% of CNFs. (f) Interface region among Ni, TiC, and C. In (c) and (e), the dashed lines indicate the orientation of graphitic layers. (g) EDX elemental analysis of the interface region, showing cross-sectional image, Ni, C, and Ti maps.

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Interface region of long CNFs. (a) SEM image of CNFs on the wide strip (tilted 30° with respect to the substrate). (b) CNF diameter is approximately . In (b)–(e), the dashed lines indicate the orientation of graphitic layers.

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(a) STEM images of interface region of long CNFs grown on Ti underlayer and Si substrate. (b) High-resolution STEM imaging of microcrystalline Ti underlayer. Some lattice directions are observed. (c) Interface region among Ni, Ti, TiC, and C, showing that TiC is formed only in close proximity of Ni and Ti.

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Scitation: Interface characteristics of vertically aligned carbon nanofibers for interconnect applications
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/26/10.1063/1.2423241
10.1063/1.2423241
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