Surface Modification Using Polydopamine-Coated Liquid Metal Nanocapsules for Improving Performance of Graphene Paper-Based Thermal Interface Materials

@article{Gao2021SurfaceMU,
  title={Surface Modification Using Polydopamine-Coated Liquid Metal Nanocapsules for Improving Performance of Graphene Paper-Based Thermal Interface Materials},
  author={Jingyao Gao and Qingwei Yan and Xue Tan and Le Lv and Jufeng Ying and Xiaoxuan Zhang and Minghui Yang and Shiyu Du and Qiu-ping Wei and Chen Xue and He Li and Jinhong Yu and Cheng‐Te Lin and Wen Dai and Nan Jiang},
  journal={Nanomaterials},
  year={2021},
  volume={11}
}
Given the thermal management problem aroused by increasing power densities of electronic components in the system, graphene-based papers have raised considerable interest for applications as thermal interface materials (TIMs) to solve interfacial heat transfer issues. Significant research efforts have focused on enhancing the through-plane thermal conductivity of graphene paper; however, for practical thermal management applications, reducing the thermal contact resistance between graphene… 
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