Thermal conduction phenomena in carbon nanotubes and related nanostructured materials

@inproceedings{Marconnet2013ThermalCP,
  title={Thermal conduction phenomena in carbon nanotubes and related nanostructured materials},
  author={Amy M Marconnet and Matthew A. Panzer and Kenneth E. Goodson},
  year={2013}
}
The extremely high thermal conductivities of carbon nanotubes have motivated a wealth of research. Progress includes innovative conduction metrology based on microfabricated platforms and scanning thermal probes as well as simulations exploring phonon dispersion and scattering using both transport theory and molecular dynamics. This article highlights these advancements as part of a detailed review of heat conduction research on both individual carbon nanotubes and nanostructured films… CONTINUE READING
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