Effect of Organometallic Compounds on the Formation of Carbon Nanostructures by Pulsed Electric Discharge of Fluorine-Containing Organic Liquid between Metal Electrodes

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The carbon nanotube and carbon nanoparticle that contain fluorine on their surfaces were prepared by a pulsed electric discharge in a fluorine-containing organic liquid. The dominant product was nanoparticles with the diameters of ca. 5–100 nm in all experiments, however, the intensity ratio of G-band (1580 cm-1) to D-band (1350 cm-1) of the Raman spectrum of the products increased by addition of a catalyst indicating the formation of crystalline particles. The product formation rate also increased to 39.3 mg/A•s with ferrocene and 79.4 mg/A•s with nickelocene while with no catalyst it resulted in 12.5 mg/A•s.

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Osamu Hanaizumi and Masafumi Unno

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67-70

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.459.67

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K. Hosoi and S. Kuroda, "Effect of Organometallic Compounds on the Formation of Carbon Nanostructures by Pulsed Electric Discharge of Fluorine-Containing Organic Liquid between Metal Electrodes", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 459, pp. 67-70, 2011

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December 2010

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