"Aerosynthesis: Growth of Vertically-aligned Carbon Nanofibres with Air DC Plasma“ article gains momentum in the science media
March 16, 2014
The recently published Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology journal’s article titled “Aerosynthesis: Growth of Vertically-aligned Carbon Nanofibres with Air DC Plasma” has been featured in many of today’s most popular science and nanotechnology news portals such as Phys.org, Science Daily, Nanowerk, Nanotechnology Now and Nanotechnology World News.
The article, published on March 12th, 2014, is co-authored by A. Kodumagulla, V. Varanasi, R. C. Pearce, W. C. Wu, and A. V. Melechko from North Carolina State University, and D. K. Hensley, J. B. Tracy, and T. E. McKnight from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
The article highlights the possibility of manufacturing vertically aligned carbon nanofibers using ambient air hence making this manufacturing process less expensive and safer. To read the full article, please click here.
To view some of the positive reviews concerning this article and published in mainstream science media, click on the links below: