Controlled Electron-Beam-Induced Large-Scale Alignment of Carbon Nanotubes at Metal Electrodes
Here we demonstrate a self-assembled directional alignment of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) at metal electrodes. This technique utilizes re-organization of surfactant-CNT film along pre-defined stress locations, upon electron-beam irradiation from a standard scanning electron microscope (SEM). Re-organization causes the film to crack and consequently stretches and aligns CNTs embedded within the layer. This phenomenon can be controllably induced on a large scale along the metal pads and is expected to be instrumental for mass-production of CNT based devices.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 August 2006
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