Structure-Dependent Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube Fibers

@inproceedings{Li2008StructureDependentEP,
  title={Structure-Dependent Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube Fibers},
  author={Qingwen Li and Yuan Li and Xiefei Zhang and Satishkumar B. Chikkannanavar and Yonghao Zhao and Andrea M. Dangelewicz and Lianxi Zheng and Stephen K Doorn and Quanxi Jia and Dean E. Peterson and Paul N. Arendt and Yuntian Theodore Zhu},
  year={2008}
}
Spun carbon nanotube (CNT) fibers have great potential for conducting and sensing applications owing to their unique, tunable electrical properties. Here we report the electron transport properties of neat, well-aligned CNT fibers spun from arrays of millimeter-long CNTs. The conductivity of asspun CNT fibers is around 595.2 S cm at room temperature, and its variation with temperature shows a semiconductive behavior from 300 to 75.4 K. The electron transport was found to follow a three… CONTINUE READING
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