Professor, Dr. Sci., PhD Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Laboratory of NanoMaterials

Arrhenius curve: CNT growth rate vs. inverse temperature to detect the limiting stage of the CNT growth.

Anisimov et al. Mechanistic investigations of single-walled carbon nanotube synthesis by ferrocene vapor decomposition in carbon monoxide, Carbon 48380-388 (2010).



Mechanism of CNT growth.Source:  Nasibulin and Shandakov, Aerosol synthesis of carbon nanotubes, A chapter In book Aerosols: Science and Technology, edited by I. Agranovski. Wiley-VCH Wiley-VCH, 65-89 (2010).



Novel method for synthesis of carbon nanotubes.Source:  Nasibulin et al.

A novel aerosol method for single walled carbon nanotube synthesis, Chemical Physics Letters 402227 – 232 (2005)



First individually resolved mobility spectra of two PEG samples.

Source:  Nasibulin et al. TEM imaging of mass-selected polymer molecules, Journal of Nanoparticle Research 4449-453 (2002).



All-carbon thin film transistors fabricated on a flexible PEN substrate.

Source:  Sun et al.  Mouldable all-carbon integrated circuitsNature Communications 42302 (2013).



Encapsulation of coronene inside single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs).

Source:  Anoshkin et al. Coronene Encapsulation in Single‐Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Stacked Columns, Peapods, and Nanoribbons, ChemPhysChem 151660-1665 (2014).



Carbon nanobuds: Bonding scenarios of fullerenes on SWNTs.

Source:  Nasibulin et al. A novel hybrid carbon materialNature Nanotechnology 2156-161 (2007).



MgO nanorods synthesised directly in transmission electron microscopy.

Source:  Nasibulin et al. In Situ TEM Observation of MgO Nanorod Growth,, Crystal Growth & Design 10414-417 (2010).



Novel concept of the incorporation of CNTs/CNFs into composite material by their direct growth on the surface of matrix particles.

Source:  Nasibulin et al. A novel cement-based hybrid materialNew Journal of Physics 11023013-023024 (2009).



A film of single-walled carbon tubes can be easily detached from the filter substrate.

Source:  Nasibulin et al. Integration of single-walled carbon nanotubes into polymer films by thermo-compressionChemical Engineering Journal 136, pp. 409-413 (2008).



Graphene nanoribbons encapsulated in single-walled carbon nanotubes (GNR@SWNT)

Source:  Talyzin et al. Synthesis of graphene nanoribbons encapsulated in single-walled carbon nanotubesNano Letters 114352-4356 (2011).



Rolling a carbon nanotube out of graphene.

Nasibulin and Shandakov, Aerosol synthesis of carbon nanotubes, A chapter In book Aerosols: Science and Technology, edited by I. Agranovski. Wiley-VCH Wiley-VCH, 65-89 (2010).



An array of 49 thin film transistors on a PET substrate.

Source:  Sun et al. Flexible high-performance carbon nanotube integrated circuitsNature Nanotechnology 6156-161 (2011).



Mo, Fe and Zn oxide nanowires synthesised by ambient air oxidation.

Source: Nasibulin et al. Simple and Rapid Synthesis of a-Fe2O3 Nanowires at Ambient ConditionsNano Research 2373-379 (2009).



SEM images of ZnO structures synthesized at different temperatures.

Source:  Rackauskas et al. Synthesis of ZnO tetrapods for flexible and transparent UV sensorsNanotechnology 23095502 (2012).



Mo oxide nanowires synthesised by oxidation at ambient air conditions.

Source:  Rackauskas et al. A simple method for rapid and efficient synthesis of metal oxide nanowires, Nanotechnology 20165603 (2009).



The effect of deposition on carbon nanotube morphology and thin film transistor performance.

Source:  Timmermans et al.Effect of Carbon Nanotube Network Morphology on Thin Film Transistor PerformanceNano Research 5307-319 (2012).



Mechanism of copper oxide nanowire growth under copper oxidation.

Source: Rackauskas et al. An in situ study of non-catalytic metal oxide nanowire growthNano Letters 145810-5813 (2014).



Scanning electron microscopy image of a film of single-walled carbon nanotubes.

Source:  Kaskela et al. Aerosol synthesized SWCNT networks with tuneable conductivity and transparency by dry transfer techniqueNano Letters 10, pp. 4349-4355 (2010).



Filters with SWCNT films, free standing films (FSFs), suspended over openings (30 and 70 mm) in PET, aluminium foil, Kapton, plastic sheet, cold rolled steel. The inset shows a a film on a PEEK substrate and suspended over the open end of a glass tube.

Source: Nasibulin et al., ACS Nano 5,3214-3221 (2011).



Nanocellulose – Carbon  Nanotubes Hybrid Aerogels prepared by freeze-drying from liquid propane and liquid nitrogen.

Source: Wang et al. Modifying Native Nanocellulose Aerogels with Carbon Nanotubes for Mechanoresponsive Conductivity and Pressure Sensing, Advanced Materials 252428-2432 (2013).


1 / 24

about


Laboratory of Nanomaterials of Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

The Laboratory of NanoMaterials, led by Prof. Albert G. Nasibulin, is among the top technology laboratories in the world and offers a unique environment for strong interdisciplinary research and a proven track record of productive cooperation...

MORE ABOUT US

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address:
Laboratory of NanoMaterials Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Center for Photonics and Quantum Materials Nobel str. 3, 121205, Moscow, Russia
E-mail:
a.nasibulin@skoltech.ru
Website:

Our position