Catalytic growth of carbon microtubules with fullerene structure

Jose-Yacaman, M.; Miki-Yoshida, M.; Rendon, L.; Santiesteban, J.G.
February 1993
Applied Physics Letters;2/8/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p657
Academic Journal
Analyzes the catalytic growth of carbon microtubules with fullerene structure. Formation of the carbon filaments; Methods of growing the tubular version of fullerenes; Comparison of the microtubule structure with the helical structure.


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