A Novel Method for Gas-phase Removal of Catalyst Metals from Carbon Nanotubes

2020-0131-05
researcher's name
about researcher NODA, Suguru Professor
affiliation
Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering
research field
Reaction engineering/Process system,Nanobioscience
keyword

background

● Problem: Contaminated with catalyst metals
  ・Side effects
  ・Deteriorate CNT performance

predominance

● Propose and develop simple dry purification method of CNTs
● Applicable to a conventional apparatus
● CNT No damaged
● Over 90% of catalyst metal was removed
● Very Effective for CNT manufactured by arc method,CVD method, floating method  

material

  • Previous studies
  • Applications
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posted: 2020/02/06