The Graphene Growth using a Liquid Precursor as a Carbon Source
- The Graphene Growth using a Liquid Precursor as a Carbon Source
- 조현진; 이창협; 김환철; 강정호; 김명종
- Graphene; CVD; Liquid; Precursor
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- Methanol can easily decompose into water and hydrocarbon, and it has been used as a liquid precursor in synthesizing carbon nanotubes (CNTs) . Graphene growth was carried out by using the evaporated methanol in low pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPCVD) system. The decomposed water was regarded as an etching reagent for graphene growth.
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