Enhanced field emission properties from carbon nanotube emitters grown on NiCr alloy surfaces with grain boundary effect

Setha Yim, Riichiro Ohta, Jessie L. Killian, Nathaniel B. Zuckerman, Emily Allen, Cattien V. Nguyen
2008 2008 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference  
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doi:10.1109/ivelec.2008.4556389 fatcat:n2hgfcrtzvaqfn4aq2tkyew6je