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Fabrication of carbon nanotube-based nanodevices using a combination technique of focused ion beam and plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition

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Wu, J. ; Department of Physics, Portland State University, P.O. Box 751, Portland, Oregon 97207, USA ; Eastman, M. ; Gutu, T. ; Wyse, M.
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This study focuses on the fabrication of two nanodevice prototypes which utilized vertical and horizontal carbon nanotubes used the focused ion beam to localize the catalysts, followed by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition. First, metal-gated carbon nanotube field emitter arrays were fabricated on multilayer substrates containing an imbedded catalyst layer. Second, horizontally aligned single-walled carbon nanotubes were grown on a transmission electron microscopy grid. This allows the carbon nanotubes to be directly analyzed in a transmission electron microscope. It is expected that the methodology introduced here will open up opportunities for the direct fabrication of carbon nanotube based nanodevices.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:91 ,  Issue: 17 )