Technical Articles

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Cheap Tubes, Inc.


Cheap Tubes, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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"The carbon arc discharge method, initially used for producing C60 fullerenes, is one of the most common and perhaps easiest way to produce CNTs, as it is rather simple. However, it is a technique... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Ball milling and subsequent annealing is a simple method for the production of CNTs. It is well-established that mechanical attrition of this type can lead to fully nanoporous microstructures, it was... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of hydrocarbons over a metal catalyst is a classical method that has been used to produce various carbon materials such as carbon fibers, filaments, etc. for over... (View Full Article)
(Composites, Textiles and Reinforcements)
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There has been considerable practical interest in the conductivity of CNTs. CNTs with particular combinations of N and M (structural parameters indicating how much the nanotube is twisted) can be... (View Full Article)
(Pneumatic Equipment and Components)
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The solution is composed of MWNTs, PVP(or other surfactants like SDS, SDBS, Triton X100), and water, in the proportions of 10 parts CNTs: ~1-2 parts PVP: 2,000 parts water or other solvents. The... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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In 1980 we knew of only three forms of carbon, namely diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon. Today we know there is a whole family of other forms of carbon. The first to be discovered was the... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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In 1980 we knew of only three forms of carbon, namely diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon. Today we know there is a whole family of other forms of carbon. The first to be discovered was the... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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"Purification of CNTs generally refers to the separation of CNTs from other entities, such as carbon nanoparticles, amorphous carbon, residual catalyst, and other unwanted species. The classical... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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"In 1996, a dual-pulsed laser vaporization technique was developed, which produced SWNTs in gram quantities and yields of >70wt% purity. Samples were prepared by laser vaporization of graphite rods... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Pristine nanotubes are unfortunately insoluble in many liquids such as water, polymer resins, and most solvents. Thus they are difficult to evenly disperse in a liquid matrix (for example, epoxies and... (View Full Article)