Investigation of electrical transport in hydrogenated multiwalled carbon nanotubes
Published in Physica B, 406, (2011), 841–845
Highly disordered multiwalled carbon nanotubes of large outer diameter (~60 nm) fabricated by means of chemical vapor deposition process inside porous alumina templates exhibit ferromagnetism when annealed in a H2/Ar atmosphere. In the presence of an applied magnetic field, there is a transition from positive to negative magnetoresistance. The transition may be explained in terms of the Bright model for ordered and disordered carbon structures. Additionally, temperature dependent electrical transport experiments exhibit a zero-bias anomaly at low temperature.
Adam L. Friedman, Hyunkyung Chun, Don Heiman, Yung Joon Jung, and Latika Menon. "Investigation of electrical transport in hydrogenated multiwalled carbon nanotubes" Physica B 406 (2011): 841-845.
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