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Erik S. Polsen, Mostafa Bedewy and A. John Hart Decoupled Control of Carbon Nanotube Forest Density and Diameter by Continuous-Feed Convective Assembly of Catalyst Particles Small 9

Version of Record online: 18 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/smll.201202878

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Continuous-feed evaporative self-assembly is used to create nanoparticle arrays for carbon nanotube (CNT) film growth. This versatile method enables specification of the CNT film morphology, and wide-range tuning of the diameter and density of CNT forests. The present results exceed the performance limits of thin-film catalyst dewetting, and the process is compatible with roll-to-roll manufacturing on flexible substrates.

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