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CARBON NANOTUBES ARRAY

Stock No. CAS MSDS Specification COA
NS6130-10-1213 308068-56-6 Specification pdf COA pdf

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays (Purity: >99.9%, Diameter: 30 - 150 nm)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays – PECVD

Product: Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays (Purity: >99.9%, Diameter: 30 - 150 nm)

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Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays SEM TEM

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays SEM TEM

 
Product Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays
Stock No NS6130-10-1213
CAS 308068-56-6 Confirm
Diameter 30-150 nm Confirm
Length 1-20 µm Confirm
Purity >99.9% Confirm
Rigidity Freestanding (bed of nails) Confirm
Site Density 10⁵ to 10⁹ CNT/cm² Confirm
Substrates Si, SiO2, W, Mo, SS, C Confirm
Adhesion Layer Ti, Cr, 100nm Confirm
Catalyst Nickel Confirm
Size up to 2” Confirm
Patterns Yes, Lithographic Confirm
Uses Field emission devices, sensors, electrostatically actuated devices, etc
Conclusion The specifications conform with enterprise standard
Main Inspect Verifier Manager QC

Expert Reviews

Dr. Bruce Perrault, Ph.D
Dr. Bruce Perrault, Ph.D, (Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), USA)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays: Vertical arrays of carbon nanotubes, called ‘forests’, are a common type of three-dimentional (3D) nanotube assembly. Vertical arrays effectively preserve and often accentuate the unique anisotropic properties of individual carbon nano tubes and posses a morphology that may be precisely controlled.These forests can be produced by chemical vapor deposition technique and used for diverse applications such as in highly elastic conductive composites, photo- or thermoacoustics, for mechanical nanomanipulation, in catalysis or as sensors in nanomedicine.


Dr. Myron Rubenstein, Ph.D
Dr. Myron Rubenstein, Ph.D, (Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays: Alignment is an important parameter for characterizing CNT bulk assemblies in terms of the theoretical limits of electrical and thermal conductivities and mechanical strength for individual CNTs. The scattering patterns reveal continuously varying alignment order along the growth direction and two distinctly different morphologies of CNTs.


Dr. Huojin Chan
Dr. Huojin Chan, (University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui, China)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays: The aligned CNT arrays are good templates to grow other ordered nanostructures. Other materials can directly deposited on CNT surface by physical vapor deposition (PVD). Such PVD processes such as sputter deposition offer a relatively simple and clean route to synthesize other nanotubes.


Dr. Ms. Yi Yen Shi
Dr. Ms. Yi Yen Shi, (King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi,Bangkok, Thailand)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays: Additionally the carbon nanotubes can act as the templates to confine the chemical reaction to grow nanorods. Bulk CNT are also widely applied in many cases to improve the mechanical, thermal, electrical, and other physical properties of the target materials. The CNTs are random or aligned in these composites. CNTs can also be aligned in the composites to form aligned-CNT composites.


Dr. Hans Roelofs Ph.D
Dr. Hans Roelofs Ph.D, (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays: Carbon nanotube arrays are the most promising candidates as a kind of superstrong material for application in superstrong fibers, bullet-proof vests, aeronautics and extraneous materials, and even space elevators due to their extraordinary mechanical strength and high Young’s modulus. The self-assembly of carbon atoms into an ultralong CNT with a perfect structure is a rigid process during which the mass, heat and momentum transfers have reached their upper limits and are highly susceptible to the environmental conditions


Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays

Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays