By Zhifeng Ren, Yucheng Lan, Yang Wang
This publication offers a survey of the physics and fabrication of carbon nanotubes and their functions in optics, electronics, chemistry and biotechnology. It makes a speciality of the structural characterization of assorted carbon nanotubes, fabrication of vertically or parallel aligned carbon nanotubes on substrates or in composites, actual houses for his or her alignment, and purposes of aligned carbon nanotubes in box emission, optical antennas, gentle transmission, sun cells, chemical units, bio-devices, and so on. significant fabrication tools are illustrated intimately, really the main commonly used PECVD progress strategy on which a number of machine integration schemes are dependent, through functions resembling electric interconnects, nanodiodes, optical antennas, and nanocoax sunlight cells, while present barriers and demanding situations also are be mentioned to put the basis for destiny developments.
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Aligned Carbon Nanotubes: Physics, Concepts, Fabrication and Devices by Zhifeng Ren, Yucheng Lan, Yang Wang