Ultrabreathable and Protective Membranes with Sub-5 nm Carbon Nanotube Pores.

@article{Bui2016UltrabreathableAP,
  title={Ultrabreathable and Protective Membranes with Sub-5 nm Carbon Nanotube Pores.},
  author={Ngoc Duong Bui and Eric R Meshot and Sangil Kim and Jos{\'e} Pe{\~n}a and Phillip W. Gibson and Kuang Wu and Francesco Fornasiero},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2016},
  volume={28 28},
  pages={
          5871-7
        }
}
Small-diameter carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are shown to enable exceptionally fast transport of water vapor under a concentration gradient driving force. Thanks to this property, membranes having sub-5 nm CNTs as conductive pores feature outstanding breathability while maintaining a high degree of protection from biothreats by size exclusion. 

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