Carbon Nanotubes Generated from Polyphenyl Acetylene

B. Rajesh, S. Karthikeyan, J.-M. Bonard, K. Ravindranathan Thampi, B. Viswanathan
2016 Eurasian Chemico-Technological Journal  
<p>The carbonization of polyphenyl acetylene in alumina matrix yields uniform, cylindrical, monodisperse carbon nanotubes with outer diameter almost equal to pore diameter of the alumina membrane used. The<br />electrochemical characteristics reveal that the charge transfer at the composite electrode based on carbon nanotube might be higher compared to that of planar graphite, glassy carbon and composite electrode based on commercially available Vulcan XC72R carbon. Pt-Ru nanoparticles are
more » ... oparticles are highly dispersed inside the tube with an average particle size of 1.7 nm as revealed by HR-TEM images. </p>
doi:10.18321/ectj380 fatcat:4budltf3andsjnyhxzxdstcjxa