Electrical transport in pure and boron-doped carbon nanotubes

Bingqing Wei; Spolenak, Ralph
May 1999
Applied Physics Letters;5/24/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 21, p3149
Academic Journal
Studies the resistivities of individual multiwalled pure and boron-doped carbon nanotubes. Connection patterns formed by the deposition of two-terminal tungsten wires on a nanotube; Activation energy derived from the resistivity versus temperature Arrhenius plots.


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