Synthesis of carbon nanotubes based on CVD continuous technology

Applied Mathematics, Mechanics and Physics


Аuthors

Danilin A. N.1*, Karandin V. I.2**, Kuznetsova E. L.3***, Rabinsky L. N.4****, Rozhkov A. G.2**, Yanovsky Y. G.3*****

1. Institute of Applied Mechanics of Russian Academy of Science, IAM RAS, 32a, Leninskii av., Moscow, В-334, GSP-1, 119991, Russia
2. The 3rd Central Military Clinical Hospital of A.A. Vishnevsky, settl. Novy, Krasnogorsk district, Moscow region, 143420, Russia
3. Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), 4, Volokolamskoe shosse, Moscow, А-80, GSP-3, 125993, Russia
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*e-mail: andanilin@yandex.ru
**e-mail: sos-2004@rambler.ru
***e-mail: vida_ku@mail.ru
****e-mail: f9_dec@mai.ru
*****e-mail: iam@ipsun.ras.ru

Abstract

This paper presents a comparative analysis of a few modern technologies for the synthesis of carbon nanotubes (CNTs). The most cost-effective and promising CVD-method (Catalytic Vapor Deposition) is considered. Under this method, CNTs are formed by vapor transmission carbonaceous feed over a heated catalyst. There is a number of disadvantages of this method, one of which is its frequency (the impossibility of continuous technology) and inefficient consumption of carbon-containing raw materials and related inert gases. A modification of the CVD-method is suggested allowing significantly improving its efficiency and achieving greater productivity in the continuity of the process.

Keywords:

carbon nanotubes (CNTs), catalytic vapor deposition method (CVD-method)), continuous synthesis, gas recirculation, adjustment of gas composition, rotating oven

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