Growth and fabrication with single-walled carbon nanotube probe microscopy tips

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Title: Growth and fabrication with single-walled carbon nanotube probe microscopy tips
Author: Cheung, Chin Li; Lieber, Charles; Odom, Teri W.; Hafner, Jason H.; Kim, Kyoungha

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Citation: Cheung, Chin Li, Jason H. Hafner, and Charles M. Lieber. 2000. Growth and fabrication with single-walled carbon nanotube probe microscopy tips. Applied Physics Letters 76(21): 3136-3138.
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Abstract: Single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) probe microscopy tips were grown by a surface growth chemical vapor deposition method. Tips consisting of individual SWNTs (1.5–4 nm in diameter) and SWNT bundles (4–12 nm in diameter) have been prepared by design through variations in the catalyst and growth conditions. In addition to high-resolution imaging, these tips have been used to fabricate SWNT nanostructures by spatially controlled deposition of specific length segments of the nanotube tips.
Published Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.126548
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