Growth mechanisms of vertically-aligned carbon, boron nitride, and zinc oxide nanotubes
Department of Physics
Nanotubes are one‐dimensional nanomaterials with all atoms located near the surface. This article provides a brief review on the possible growth mechanisms of a series of inorganic nanotubes, in particular, vertically‐aligned (VA) carbon nanotubes (CNTs), boron nitridenanotubes (BNNTs), and ZnO nanotubes (ZnO NTs).
AIP Conference Proceedings
Yap, Y. K.
Growth mechanisms of vertically-aligned carbon, boron nitride, and zinc oxide nanotubes.
AIP Conference Proceedings,
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