Vol. 10, no.1, 2018


Evgeny V. Zaytsev, Elena S. Kurkina
Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, https://muctr.ru
Moscow 125047, Russian Federation
gliese3@gmail.com, kurkina@mail.ru
Kirill A. Bukunov
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics Lomonosov Moscow State University, http://www.sinp.msu.ru
Moscow 119234, Russian Federation
Grigory S. Bocharov, Alexander V. Eletskii
National Research University "Moscow Power Engineering Institute", http://mpei.ru
Moscow 111250, Russian Federation
bocharov@mail.ru, eletskii@mail.ru
Pavel N. Chuprov, Sergey V. Tkachev, Denis Yu. Kornilov
LLC “АкКо Lаb”
Moscow 129110, Russian Federation
chuprovp@rambler.ru, tkachev_svmsu@mail.ru, kornilovdenis@rambler.ru
Sergey P. Gubin
Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.igic.ras.ru
Moscow 119991, Russian Federation

Received 05.05.2018
Abstract. The possibility of obtaining a graphene coating on non-flat (cylindrical) surfaces, namely, copper fibers, is shown. Graphene coating is characterized by SEM and KR methods. The possibility of its removal by etching out the carrier substrate is demonstrated. Along with the growth of graphene, the formation of impurity particles on the surface of the copper fiber, which worsen the quality of graphene. The placement of fiber in a copper casing allowed to improve the quality of graphene coating on copper fibers and to suppress the formation of impurity structures on their surfaces.

Keywords: CVD reactor, copper fiber, graphene coating, impurity particles

UDC 541.1: 539.23

RENSIT, 2018, 10(1):59-64 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2018.10.059

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