Carbon Nanofibers Grown on Large Woven Cloths: Morphology and Properties of Growth
AbstractThe morphology and chemical composition of carbon nanofibers in situ grown on a large carbon-fiber woven fabric are studied using SEM measurements, X-ray Diffraction, X-ray Flourescence, and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy. Results show that nanofibers can have a density and a morphology potentially advantageous for application in polymer-matrix composites. The fiber surface functional groups significantly change after the growth and this also potentially provides a better interfacial adhesion. These advantages can be controlled, e.g., by the catalyst loading and the type of solvent used for its deposition. View Full-Text
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Koissin, V.; Bor, T.; Kotanjac, Ž.; Lefferts, L.; Warnet, L.; Akkerman, R. Carbon Nanofibers Grown on Large Woven Cloths: Morphology and Properties of Growth. C 2016, 2, 19.
Koissin V, Bor T, Kotanjac Ž, Lefferts L, Warnet L, Akkerman R. Carbon Nanofibers Grown on Large Woven Cloths: Morphology and Properties of Growth. C. 2016; 2(3):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Koissin, Vitaly; Bor, Ton; Kotanjac, Željko; Lefferts, Leon; Warnet, Laurent; Akkerman, Remko. 2016. "Carbon Nanofibers Grown on Large Woven Cloths: Morphology and Properties of Growth." C 2, no. 3: 19.
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