Carbon nanotubules: morphology and properties

Mikhalchan, A.; Lysenko, V.; Muradova, N.; Zhiteneva, D.; Saklakova, E.; Lysenko, A.
March 2011
Fibre Chemistry;Mar2011, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p287
Academic Journal
The morphology and sorption characteristics of carbon nanotubules of different types were investigated. Experiments were conducted on separating individual carbon nanotubules from agglomerates with mechanical, electric arc, and ultrasound effects. Fractionation of suspensions of nanotubules combined with ultrasound treatment is the most promising. The effect of the chemical composition of the surface of carbon nanotubules on their electrical properties was demonstrated. Composite film materials with resistivity of 15.10 at a 0.5 wt. % degree of filling were obtained from fluoroplastic F-2M and carbon nanotubules CNT-6.


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