“Analysis of Carbon Nanotubes in Air” (2009)

2009:161:Millette, Hill, Turner

Microscope, Vol 57:3 p.127-132

Abstract:

Carbon nanotubes are extremely small particles composed of networks of carbon atoms formed into cylinders with diameters in the nanometer range. The results of initial tests demonstrate that airborne carbon nanotubes can be collected successfully on membrane filters using standard air-monitoring cassettes. This paper presents the methodology for the analysis of carbon nanotubes by transmission electron microscopy.



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