The Effects of Ambient Conditions on Solvent-Nanotube Dispersions : Exposure to Water and Temperature Variation

@inproceedings{Sun2010TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Ambient Conditions on Solvent-Nanotube Dispersions : Exposure to Water and Temperature Variation},
  author={Zhenyu Sun and Ian P. O’Connor and Shane D Bergin and Jonathan N Coleman},
  year={2010}
}
Dispersions of single walled nanotubes in N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone have been exposed to water and variations in storage temperature. The subsequent degradation of dispersion quality has been monitored using sedimentation, UV-vis-NIR, and AFM measurements. Four parameters derived from AFM; the root-mean-square bundle diameter, the total number of dispersed objects (individuals and bundles) per unit volume of dispersion, the number fraction of individual nanotubes, and the number of individual… CONTINUE READING

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