EFFECT OF ACETYLENE FLOW RATE ON ELECTROSORPTION CAPACITY OF CARBON NANOTUBE AND NANOFIBER COMPOSITE FILM ELECTRODES
X. Z. WANG
L. K. PAN
M. G. LI
Y. W. CHEN
R. M. CHENG
S. M. HUANG
Electrosorption of carbon nanotube and nanofiber (CNTâCNF) composite film electrodes was studied as a new desalination technology. The CNTâCNF composite film electrodes were grown on nickel sheets by low pressure thermal chemical vapor deposition. Different growth conditions at different acetylene flow rates of CNTâCNF composite film electrodes have been performed to obtain different crystallinities. The electrosorption experiments and Raman spectra analysis show the successful removal of ions with CNTâCNF composite film electrodes, depending on the optimal degree of crystalline perfection. In our work, optimal electrosorption was realized for the CNTâCNF composite film electrodes growing at 550Â°C with the acetylene and hydrogen flow rates of 30 and 200 sccm.
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