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Synthesis, Characterization and Application of Thin Film Carbon Nanotube Material

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 March 2011

Alexander N. Obraztsov
Affiliation:
Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics Moscow 119899, Russia Kochi University of Technology, Kochi 782-8502, Japan
Alexander P. Volkov
Affiliation:
Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics Moscow 119899, Russia
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Abstract

The non-catalytical chemical vapor deposition (CVD) method was used to grow carbon thin film material consisting of plate-like nanosized graphite crystallites and multiwall carbon nanotubes with predominant orientation of both species by their crystallographic plane, corresponding to a graphite basal plane, along a normal to the film surface. A number of experimental techniques was used for examination and characterization of the film phase composition, morphology, and electron properties peculiarities. Low-field electron emission with highly density of emission sites and emission current was obtained for the film material and allow to demonstrate their applicability for sealed prototypes of light-emitting devices.

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