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Supplier: TCI America
Description: Carbon Nanotube Herringbone 10-20nm(diam.), 5-15micro m(length) / Herringbone Carbon Nanotube Carbon Nanotubes (CNT), which were discovered by Iijima in 1991, are composed entirely of carbon atoms, as is C60.1) As the name implies, this carbon structure is shaped like a tube on a nanometer scale
- Type: Nanotube
- Material Type: Carbon
Standards and Technical Documents - Nanotechnologies -- Characterization of multiwall carbon nanotube (MWCNT) samples -- ISO/TR 10929:2012
Description: ISO/TR 10929:2012 identifies the basic properties of multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and the content of impurities, which characterize bulk samples of MWCNTs, and highlights the major measurement methods available to industry for the determination of these parameters. ISO/TR 10929:2012
Standards and Technical Documents - 62624-2009 - Test methods for measurement of electrical properties of carbon nanotubes -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.2009.5782922
Description: Abstract Adoption of IEEE Std 1650-2005. Recommended methods and standardized reporting practices for electrical characterization of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are covered. Due to the nature of CNTs, significant measurement errors can be introduced if the electrical characterization design
Supplier: NuAire, Inc.
Description: Model CS120FNX is a floor model Ultra Microcentrifuge with a reliable drive unit producing speeds up to 120,000 rpm (771,000 xg) for research protocols involving the separation and purification proteins, DNA, RNA, viruses, as well as carbon nanotubes and nano-sized particles.
Supplier: NanoAndMore USA Corp.
Description: For the nanotools® M*-CNT-100 we pushed our proofen EBD technology to the dimensions of a CNT, maintaining EBD´s key strength. Our M*-CNT-100 is not using a multiwall carbon nanotube attached to a silicon cantilever. What is critical in nanotube technology is solved for the M*-CNT-100
Description: electronics proposed 10 years ago? Are carbon nanotube transistors the CMOS of the future?
Description: The HPVA instruments are designed to measure the high-pressure adsorption isotherms with hydrogen, methane, carbon dioxide and other gases using the static volumetric method. Typical applications for this instrument include catalysts, zeolites, activated carbons, carbon nanotubes, and hydrides
- Property Analyzed: Adsorption / Desorption (Chemisorption/ Physisorption)
- Test Media / Material: Other
- Display & Special Features: Digital Readout
Supplier: Integrated Engineering Software
Description: Nanotube field emitters Sputtering sources X-ray Ion propulsion Beam Optics Focusing electrodes Steering magnets Electron microscopes Multipole beamline magnets
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Microtips Technology, Inc.
Carbon Nanotube Capacitive Touch Panels for LCD
At Microtips Technology we are proud of our full line of TFT liquid crystal displays featuring cutting edge projective capacitive touch panels. We are also one of very few suppliers in the industry offering the latest Carbon Nanotube (CNT) technology. We are currently using CNT technology as a replacement for ITO in some of our resistive and capacitive touch panels, which offers many benefits. Capacitive touch panels have become the go-to technology for detecting user input in a wide range... (read more)
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Qsonica designs, develops and manufactures the world ’s most advanced Nanoparticle Dispersion Systems. Now you can shop online directly from Qsonica's website for exceptional performance and outstanding reliability. . Probe sonication is highly effective for processing nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, graphene, inks, metal oxides, etc.). Sonicators have become the industry standard for: •Dispersing. •Deagglomerating. •Particle size reduction. •Particle... (read more)
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as reinforcements in composites to produce high strength and lightweight materials. Nanotubes have also been synthesized from other materials; aggregates of nanotubes are called nanohorns. Gas or liquid molecules can be trapped inside a nanotube, providing a potential mechanism for gene insertion
History of Carbon Nanotubes -CNTs
for information about Carbon Nanotubes-CNTs Synthesis, Properties, Nanotube Products, Markets & Uses. Nanotubes-101 Presentation. A practical guide to understanding carbon nanotubes-synthesis, properties, applications, markets and utility. The intent of this page is to convey a general understanding of what
Nanotubes And Nanowires
Nanotubes And Nanowires. A snapshot of the state-of-the-art in the field of nanowires and nanotubes, this text summarizes the current understanding of new materials systems as well as some potential applications in electronics, optics, and sensors. Books24x7
The Physics of Carbon Nanotube Devices
The Physics of Carbon Nanotube Devices. Bridging the experimental and theoretical aspects of carbon nanotube devices, this book emphasizes and explains the underlying physics that govern their working principles, including applications in electronics, field emission, and more. Books24x7
Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes
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Carbon Nanotube Analysis by Raman Spectroscopy
Carbon nanotubes are fullerene-type structures which consist of graphene cylinders closed at either end. A nanotube can be thought of as a hexagonal network of carbon atoms that has been rolled up to make a seamless cylinder. Nanometer across, the cylinder can be tens of microns long, with each end
Here come metal-oxide nanotubes
of behavior in oxide nanotubes that we cannot explore with carbon-based materials." The researchers hope to develop guidelines for controlling diameters with subnanometer precision and nanotube lengths with precision of a few nanometers. So far, they have had encouraging results with a method of making
Application of carbon nanotubes as electromechanical sensors
Researchers have used MS Modeling's DMol to examine bonding differences between two types of nanotube deformation: (1) bending, and (2) pushing with atomically sharp AFM tips. Such an understanding should lead to a better design of ultrasensitive sensors that could detect even the smallest
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Transmission electron microscopy of carbon nanotubes: a warning.
The Discovery of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes at IBM
The Discovery of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes at IBM
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