Synthesis of carbon nanocoils using electroplated iron catalyst
- Conference date: 15-18 Jan 2001
- Location: Kamakura (Japan)
Carbon nanocoils have been synthesized in great quantities by thermal chemical vapor deposition using the iron catalyst prepared by a convenient electroplating method on indium tin oxide substrates. The fine iron particles can be sufficiently mixed with the indium tin oxide by this method, which induces the high efficient growth of small-sized carbon nanocoils with relatively uniform diameters. The growth of carbon nanocoils is dependent on the deposition temperature, the flow rate of acetylene gas and the deposition time, which is due to the activity of the catalyst particles, the density of acetylene and/or hydrocarbon radicals in the reaction chamber and the tip growth mechanism.
- Chemical vapor deposition
- Chemically reactive flows
- Reaction mechanisms
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