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Adsorption mechanism of aligned single wall carbon nanotubes at well defined metal surfaces

Abstract : In situ dry deposition of individual single wall carbon nanotubes on metal surfaces has been studied by scanning tunneling microscopy. The nanotubes are lying parallel over large areas, with a preferential adsorption along the substrate lattice directions, for which the nanotube-surface interaction is maximized. The authors propose a mechanism for the deposition process, where the aligned geometry results from a selective transfer of the nanotubes depending on their orientation relative to the substrate.
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Sylvain Clair, Caroline Rabot, Yousoo Kim, Maki Kawai. Adsorption mechanism of aligned single wall carbon nanotubes at well defined metal surfaces. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B Microelectronics and Nanometer Structures, American Vacuum Society (AVS), 2007, 25 (4), ⟨10.1116/1.2743652⟩. ⟨hal-01896174⟩

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