Self-assembled Interconnection by Bamboo-like Carbon Nanotubes
Materials Science and Engineering C: Biomimetic and Supramolecular Systems
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Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) could be formed on Si substrate using nickel catalyst under microwave plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition system. Under the high, negative-bias voltage (−400 V) condition, we found the formation of the carbon nanotube islands and the bamboo-like carbon nanotube interconnection lines. Most of the bamboo-like carbon nanotubes connected with the carbon nanotubes themselves, which indicates the self-assembled characteristics of the carbon nanotube interconnection lines. The self-assembled characteristics of the bamboo-like carbon nanotube interconnection lines were evaluated using computer-aided image analysis.
Kim Beomjin, carbon nanotubes, materials science
Beomjin Kim, Sung-Hoon Kim, Jung-Chul Park, Sang Kuk Lee, Dong Uk Kim, and Young-Hun Kim (2004).
Self-assembled Interconnection by Bamboo-like Carbon Nanotubes. Materials Science and Engineering C: Biomimetic and Supramolecular Systems.24 (1-2), 297-300. Netherlands: Elsevier BV.
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