Manufacturing of Carbon Nanotubes

The IFW Dresden produces customer-specific carbon nanotubes with chemical vapour deposition in scale of few grams.

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Forms Single-walled, double-walled and multi-walled nanotubes with up to 20 walls
Nanotube length 100 - 1000 µm
Nanotube diameter 20 - 100 nm
Nano graphene oxides lateral expansion: 100 - 300 nm, thickness: 2 - 6 nm
Nanotube morphology and shapes tubular and bamboo-shaped
Nanotube fillings including iron, cobalt, nickel, alloys, salts
Dopants boron and nitrogen
Functionalization of nanotube surfaces and nano-graphene oxides including organic molecules, hydroxyl groups and carboxyl groups

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V. Eckert, A. Leonhardt, S. Hampel, B. Buechner: Morphology of MWCNT in dependence on N-doping, synthesized using a sublimation-based CVD method at 750 °C; Diamond and Related Materials 86 (2018) 8-14.


M. Haft, M. Grönke, M. Gellesch, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, M. Mertig, S. Hampel: Tailored nanoparticles and wires of Sn, Ge and Pb inside carbon nanotubes; Carbon 101 (2016) 352–360, https://www.infona.pl/resource/bwmeta1.element.elsevier-c2778359-c5cb-3b04-a0ae-1603a674dcaa.


S.Hampel, A. Leonhardt, D. Selbmann, K. Biedermann, D. Elefant, C. Mueller, T. Gemming, B. Buechner: Growth and characterization of filled carbon nanotubes with ferromagnetic properties, Carbon 44 (2006) 2316-2322, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5445821/.


U. Weissker, S.Hampel, A. Leonhardt, B. Buechner: Carbon nanotubes filled with ferromagnetic materials, materials 3 (2010) 4387-4427, https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1944/3/8/4387/htm.