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题名: Applications of carbon nanotubes and graphene produced by chemical vapor deposition
作者: Hou, Peng-Xiang;  Du, Jinhong;  Liu, Chang;  Ren, Wencai;  Kauppinen, Esko I.;  Cheng, Hui-Ming
发表日期: 2017-11-1
摘要: High-quality carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene synthesized by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) have unique one- and two-dimensional structures made up of sp(2)-hybridized carbon atoms and excellent physical and chemical properties. They have shown potential for use in electronics, optoelectronics, energy-storage devices, composites, and sensors. In this article, we review important milestones in these uses of CNTs and graphene produced by CVD, with special emphasis on the latest advances and remaining challenges. The key characteristics and advantages of CNTs and graphene synthesized by CVD for different applications are compared, and future trends in the use of these nanocarbons are discussed.
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Hou, Peng-Xiang,Du, Jinhong,Liu, Chang,et al. Applications Of Carbon Nanotubes And Graphene Produced By Chemical Vapor Deposition[J]. Cambridge Univ Press,2017,42(11):825-833.

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