CEMNCenter for Electron Microscopy and Nanofabrication (Portland State University; Portland, OR)
CEMNCanadian Environmental Modelling Network (Trent University; Ontario, Canada)
CEMNCooperazione Economica del Mar Nero (Italian: Black Sea Economic Cooperation)
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The increase of nickel particle contents improved the yield of CEMNs and confirmed the catalytic effect of the transition metals.
Therefore, the solubility of carbon in metal appears to be very low, so the formation of the CEMNs observed in this study can be better explained by the template growth model.
The process of synthesis of CEMNs from a new starting material, wood char residue as the raw carbon source, by thermal treatment was demonstrated.