Publication detail

Vertically Aligned Arrays of Metal Nanostructures Fabricated by Direct Galvanostatic Electrodeposition Using Anodic Alumina Templates

HUBÁLEK, J. KLOSOVÁ, K.

Original Title

Vertically Aligned Arrays of Metal Nanostructures Fabricated by Direct Galvanostatic Electrodeposition Using Anodic Alumina Templates

English Title

Vertically Aligned Arrays of Metal Nanostructures Fabricated by Direct Galvanostatic Electrodeposition Using Anodic Alumina Templates

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Metal nanostructures (especially nanotubes) are created by a single template-assisted method using electrodeposition of a metal on a conductive substrate which is covered by a nanoporous non-conductive structure. After that, the nanoporous non-conductive structure, which serves as the template during the electroplating process, is removed and only the metal nanotubes remain. The nanoporous non-conductive structure is produced by anodization of aluminium. Aluminium (as well as titanium) exhibits a self-assembling ability which occurs during anodization under specific conditions. This ability enables to create the template which contains hexagon-ally arrayed nanopores.

English abstract

Metal nanostructures (especially nanotubes) are created by a single template-assisted method using electrodeposition of a metal on a conductive substrate which is covered by a nanoporous non-conductive structure. After that, the nanoporous non-conductive structure, which serves as the template during the electroplating process, is removed and only the metal nanotubes remain. The nanoporous non-conductive structure is produced by anodization of aluminium. Aluminium (as well as titanium) exhibits a self-assembling ability which occurs during anodization under specific conditions. This ability enables to create the template which contains hexagon-ally arrayed nanopores.

Keywords

nanotubes, nanorods, nanostructures, nanopores

RIV year

2007

Released

03.09.2007

Location

San Sebastian (Spain)

Pages from

1

Pages to

2

Pages count

2

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23781,
  author="Jaromír {Hubálek} and Kateřina {Klosová}",
  title="Vertically Aligned Arrays of Metal Nanostructures Fabricated by Direct Galvanostatic Electrodeposition Using Anodic Alumina Templates",
  annote="Metal nanostructures (especially nanotubes) are created by a single template-assisted method using electrodeposition of a metal on a conductive substrate which is covered by a nanoporous non-conductive structure. After that, the nanoporous non-conductive structure, which serves as the template during the electroplating process, is removed and only the metal nanotubes remain. The nanoporous non-conductive structure is produced by anodization of aluminium. Aluminium (as well as titanium) exhibits a self-assembling ability which occurs during anodization under specific conditions. This ability enables to create the template which contains hexagon-ally arrayed nanopores.",
  booktitle="TNT2007 Trends in NanoTechnology",
  chapter="23781",
  edition="CD sborník",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="1--2",
  type="conference paper"
}