Hybrid Graphene/Carbon Nanofiber Wax Emulsion for Paper‐Based Electronics and Thermal Management

@article{Wu2020HybridGN,
  title={Hybrid Graphene/Carbon Nanofiber Wax Emulsion for Paper‐Based Electronics and Thermal Management},
  author={Xinhui Wu and Pietro Steiner and Thomas P. Raine and Gergo Pint{\'e}r and Andrey V. Kretinin and Coskun Kocabas and Mark Alexander Bissett and Pietro Cataldi},
  journal={Advanced Electronic Materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={6}
}
Materials for electronics that function as electrical and/or thermal conductors are often rigid, expensive, difficult to source, and sometimes toxic. An electrically and thermally conductive nanocomposite that is lightweight, flexible, and ecofriendly could improve the environmental friendliness of the electronics sector and enable new applications. Considering this, flexible and electrically and thermally conductive materials are fabricated by functionalizing paper with nanocarbon conductive… 
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