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MSM's Research paper of October

last modified Oct 22, 2014 05:22 PM
For the second consecutive month, the Department of Materials Science has selected a paper authored by people from our lab as the research paper of the month.
MSM's Research paper of October

Graphical abstract of the paper.

This time, it was the paper titled "Electric Field-Modulated Non-Ohmic Behavior of Carbon Nanotube Fibers in Polar Liquids" authored by Jeronimo Terrones, James A Elliott, Juan J Vilatela*, and Alan H Windle.

The paper describes a novel electro-structural phenomenon in carbon nanotube fibres, in which the resistivity of the material is modulated by electric fields. This effect may find applications in future sensing and actuation technologies.

Links:

- Full paper from ACS Nano

- Paper of the month (October 2014)

*Alumnus of MML, currently at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain.

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