Electrolyte effect on nanotubes properties
The ability to electrodeposit magnetic (CoNiFeCu) and semiconductor (Bi2Te3) nanorubes was demonstrated from two different electrochemical systems. Electrodeposited multilayered CoNiFeCu/Cu nanotubes were fabricated by pulsing the applied potential. The electrolyte temperature affected the tube formation and the nanorubes giant magnetoresistance (GMR) saturation field. Both p/n-type Bi2Te3 alloy nanorubes were deposited under constant potential from different electrolyte concentrations and component ratios. We report the Seebeck coefficient measurement method for Bi2Te3 alloy nanorubes obtained by electrodeposition. ©The Electrochemical Society.
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Davis, D., Pinisetty, D., Prabhakar, A., Moldovan, M., Young, D., Devireddy, R., Murphy, M., & Podlaha, E. (2007). Electrolyte effect on nanotubes properties. ECS Transactions, 6 (8), 253-260. https://doi.org/10.1149/1.2794471