Article - 16 Jul 2011
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are a form of elemental carbon that resemble graphite in that they consist of a network of carbon atoms arranged in six member rings. Advantages of CoMoCAT multi-walled carbon...
Article - 9 Mar 2005
Due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes can be used for many space industry applications, such as sensors, thermal control, spacecraft, electronics and biomedicine. Also looked at here are...
Article - 17 Jun 2004
Buckytubes have potential applications in fields such as field emitters, conductive polymers, energy storage, molecular electronics, thermal materials, structural composites, fibres and fabrics,...
Article - 21 Nov 2003
POlyOne and Nanocor have enetered into a strategic alliance to manufacture and market nanoclays and nanoclay based polymer composites. The properties that can benefit from nanoclay additions are...
Article - 21 Dec 2012
Polymer nanocomposites comprise a polymer or copolymer with nanofillers or nanoparticles dispersed in the polymer matrix. Carbon nanotubes in this context can provide useful electronic properties,...
Article - 27 Jun 2005
The area of nanocomposites comprises the nanomaterials and processing methods that are used to disperse nanoparticles in ceramics, metals or plastics. Different types of nanocomposites, framework...
Article - 2 Oct 2018
In this article, we look at the two types of composites, nano-polymer clays and glass fibers, their properties and the applications that they are used in.
Article - 21 Aug 2020
X-ray scattering analysis (SAXs) can be used to analyze polymer nanocomposites, a high performance class of materials.
Article - 14 Nov 2007
This article examines a scalable inexpensive technique to grow grid patterns of nanotube arrays. The inter-grid spacing can be tailored as required giving a simple method of controlling the volume...
Article - 5 Apr 2017
Different carbon nanoparticle allotropes, be it graphite nanoplatelets or carbon nanotubes, are promising candidates as filler materials for polymer composites.