Flow-induced properties of nanotube-filled polymer materials.

  title={Flow-induced properties of nanotube-filled polymer materials.},
  author={Semen B. Kharchenko and Jack F Douglas and Jan Obrzut and Eric A. Grulke and Kalman B. Migler},
  journal={Nature materials},
  volume={3 8},
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are under intense investigation in materials science owing to their potential for modifying the electrical conductivity sigma, shear viscosity eta, and other transport properties of polymeric materials. These particles are hybrids of filler and nanoscale additives because their lengths are macroscopic whereas their cross-sectional dimensions are closer to molecular scales. The combination of extended shape, rigidity and deformability allows CNTs to be mechanically… CONTINUE READING
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