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Membrane fabrication for multi-observation: use for collapsed carbon nanotubes

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Example of a membrane to observe in electronic microscopy connected nano-objects

The strategy for obtaining dogbone nanotubes is to extract the concentric nanotubes (CNTs) from each other in a sample of multiwall CNTs. It is then possible to deposit them on a membrane (made in CEMES) and contact them to measure their resistance but also to perform selective doping experiments.

Collaboration: A. Penicaud, CRPP, C. Ewels, IMN