Study on high-temperature oxidization of loosely-entangled carbon nanotubes prepared by arc-discharge Article

cited authors

  • Chang, BH; Zhang, H; Zhou, WY; Qian, LX; Pan, ZW; Mao, JM; Li, WZ

fiu authors

abstract

  • A large quantity of loosely-entangled carbon nanotubes was prepared by arc-discharge method. Samples containing the nanotubes were oxidized at high temperature. The tubes can remain after a relatively long time(over 1h) and high temperature (of 850 °C oxidization. The amounts of the defect and other structure imperfects might be substantially minimized in the loosely-entangled nanotubes, so the stability of the tubes was greatly improved and the nanotube could have much more opportunities to survive during oxidization. This is consistent with Raman scattering results.

publication date

  • February 1, 1998

start page

  • 345

volume

  • 47

issue

  • 2