Kanzan Inoue

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Strong transparent multiwall carbon nanotube (t-CNT) sheets [M. Zhang, S. Fang, A.A. Zakhidov, S.B. Lee, A.E. Aliev, C.D. Williams, K.R. Atkinson, R.H. Baughman, Science 309 (2005) 1215] can be used as effective anodes in organic photovoltaic cells (OPV) [A.D. Pasquier, H.E. Unalan, A. Kanwal, S. Miller, M. Chhiwalla, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87 (2005) 203511]. We(More)
Hair-like-diameter superelastic conducting fibers, comprising a buckled carbon nanotube sheath on a rubber core, are fabricated, characterized, and deployed as weavable wires, biosensors, supercapacitors, and strain sensors. These downsized sheath-core fibers provide the demonstrated basis for glucose sensors, supercapacitors, and electrical interconnects(More)
The move from one technology node to the next, with the associated transistor geometries shrink, has significantly increased the occurrence of SRAM bit cell errors. Advanced failure analysis labs have employed scanning electron microscope (SEM) based probing systems to isolate individual failed transistors using the Vt curves and Id-Vd family of curves.(More)
Using intelligent textiles for clothing represents one possibility for weavable superelastic conducting fibers that can store energy, sense body motions, and detect biochemicals. On page 4998, S. Yin, R. H. Baughman, and co-workers demonstrate that these hair-like-diameter fibers, comprising buckled carbon nanotube sheaths on a rubber core, can be used as(More)
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