Sharp burnout failure observed in high current-carrying double-walled carbon nanotube fibers.

@article{Song2012SharpBF,
  title={Sharp burnout failure observed in high current-carrying double-walled carbon nanotube fibers.},
  author={L. Song and G. T{\'o}th and Jinquan Wei and Z. Liu and W. Gao and L. Ci and R. Vajtai and M. Endo and P. Ajayan},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={
          015703
        }
}
We report on the current-carrying capability and the high-current-induced thermal burnout failure modes of 5-20 μm diameter double-walled carbon nanotube (DWNT) fibers made by an improved dry-spinning method. It is found that the electrical conductivity and maximum current-carrying capability for these DWNT fibers can reach up to 5.9 × 10(5) S m(-1) and over 1 × 10(5) A cm(-2) in air. In comparison, we observed that standard carbon fiber tended to be oxidized and burnt out into cheese-like… Expand
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