De Volder, MFL and Tawfick, S and Park, SJ and Hart, AJ (2011) Corrugated carbon nanotube microstructures with geometrically tunable compliance. ACS Nano, 5. pp. 7310-7317. ISSN 1936-0851Full text not available from this repository.
Deterministic organization of nanostructures into microscale geometries is essential for the development of materials with novel mechanical, optical, and surface properties. We demonstrate scalable fabrication of 3D corrugated carbon nanotube (CNT) microstructures, via an iterative sequence of vertically aligned CNT growth and capillary self-assembly. Vertical microbellows and tilted microcantilevers are created over large areas, and these structures can have thin walls with aspect ratios exceeding 100:1. We show these structures can be used as out-of-plane microsprings with compliance determined by the wall thickness and number of folds. © 2011 American Chemical Society.
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