Fluorination of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes: from CF4 plasma chemistry to surface functionalization

Claudia Struzzi, Mattia Scardamaglia, Jean-François Colomer, Alberto Verdini, Luca Floreano, Rony Snyders, Carla Bittencourt

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The surface chemistry of plasma fluorinated vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (vCNT) is correlated to the CF4 plasma chemical composition. The results obtained via FTIR and mass spectrometry are combined with the XPS and Raman analysis of the sample surface showing the dependence on different plasma parameters (power, time and distance from the plasma region) on the resulting fluorination. Photoemission and absorption spectroscopies are used to investigate the evolution of the electronic properties as a function of the fluorine content at the vCNT surface. The samples suffer a limited ageing effect, with a small loss of fluorine functionalities after two weeks in ambient conditions.
langueAnglais
Pages1723 - 1733
journalBeilstein Journal of Nanotechnology
Volume8
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 2017

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plasma chemistry
Fluorination
Carbon Nanotubes
fluorination
Carbon nanotubes
carbon nanotubes
Plasmas
fluorine
Fluorine
plasma composition
spectroscopy
absorption spectroscopy
chemical composition
photoelectric emission
mass spectroscopy
Photoelectron spectroscopy
Surface chemistry
Absorption spectroscopy
Electronic properties
chemistry

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    Struzzi, Claudia ; Scardamaglia, Mattia ; Colomer, Jean-François ; Verdini, Alberto ; Floreano, Luca ; Snyders, Rony ; Bittencourt, Carla. / Fluorination of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes : from CF4 plasma chemistry to surface functionalization. Dans: Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. 2017 ; Vol 8. p. 1723 - 1733.
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    Fluorination of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes : from CF4 plasma chemistry to surface functionalization. / Struzzi, Claudia ; Scardamaglia, Mattia; Colomer, Jean-François; Verdini, Alberto; Floreano, Luca; Snyders, Rony; Bittencourt, Carla.

    Dans: Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, Vol 8, 2017, p. 1723 - 1733.

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