NewsScientists run a ‘speed test’ to boost production of carbon
nanotubes

30th November 2020by admin0
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Skoltech researchers have investigated the procedure
for catalyst delivery used in the most common method of carbon
nanotube production, chemical vapor deposition (CVD), offering what
they call a “simple and elegant” way to boost productivity and pave
the way for cheaper and more accessible nanotube-based technology.
The paper was published in the Chemical Engineering
Journal.

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