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Studies on Stability and Thermal Conductivity of Nano Fluid Prepared from Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes Blended with Distilled Water

Coolant liquid is prepared using Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes with water and surface modifiers in the present study. With the KD-2 Pro thermal analyzer, Six separate compositions were made and tested the thermal conductivity. With Cethyl Trimthyl Ammonium Bromide as a surface modifier, the thermal conductivity value is found to increase by 24% for 0. 2%, which gives the desired coolant also better stability, according to the tested results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-3895-5_56


Carbon Nanotubes-Based Biosensors

Carbon nanotubes' use in biosensing technology is seen as a breakthrough in the field of biosensing technology, as it strives to produce faster and more accurate biosensor systems. This review article examines the characteristics of CNTs, making them one of the most common candidates for biosensing applications, chemical refiner CNTs, and the manufacturing of CNT-based biosensors.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2468-2_4


Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Films for Sensing Purpose

As the sensing element of low-cost sensors for temperature, pressure, and water droplets, films of multiwalled carbon nanotubes have been created. Liquid's functionalized MWCNTs are vacuum filtered to produce freestanding films of randomly oriented MWCNTs, also known as buckypapers, that are patterned in strips of many mm length.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08136-1_16


A Review: Investigation of Length Effect in Carbon Nanotube (CNT)-Reinforced Aluminum (Al) Composites

Carbon nanotubes are a pioneering nanotechnology advancement. Changing the length of CNT in Al lattice yields mechanical characteristic changes. Although length effects of CNT composites are important in the design of Al-CNT composites, no systematic review of composites has been done to determine the length effect of CNT in the AI/CNT composites.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-5347-7_21


Density Functional Theory Study on the Electronic and Optical Properties of Graphene, Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube and C60

To build the structures of these materials, the Visualizer module of Material Studio software is used. The CASTEP code, located in the Netherlands, is used to optimize and calculate the band structures, total number of states, and optical properties. graphene can be changed from graphene to single-Walled Carbon Nanotube and refractive index. Graphene's TDOS peak around the fermi level are very poor. 0. 0198 and 0. 102 eV, respectively, for graphene, SWCNT, and C60 components. The absorption coefficients of graphene, SWCNT, and C60 structures' nm are at 268. 26, 251. 87, and 296. 13 nm, respectively,. The change of graphene's form has been found to influence the bandgap energy, TDOS, and absorption coefficient.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-12416-7_2


Effects of peroxide-based initiators with different molecular sizes on cure behavior and kinetics of vinyl ester resin containing multi-walled carbon nanotubes

The VE resin produced by DPDC of high molecular size had the exothermic peak temperature lower than that obtained by TBPB of small molecular size. The cure reaction of pristine VE and MWCNT-containing VE resins was limited by autocatalytic reaction, according to the study. MWCNT containing in the VE resin simplified the treatment process, minimizing the activation energy with TBPB having small molecular mass rather than with DPDC having a large molecular volume.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10973-022-11380-x


Cobalt Sulfides Encapsulated in MOF-Derived Carbon Nanotubes for Enhanced Lithium Storage

With high specific capacity at high current densities, CoS_2/carbon nanotubes composite was successfully synthesized in this study as a precursor to high-temperature treatment and the catalytic effect of metallic CoS_2 nanoparticles. The CoS_2/CNTs composite electrode, benefiting from structural advantages, provides excellent cycling stability and rate performance due to its high pseudocapacitance contribution.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-022-09908-w


Wear Behavior of the Uniformly Dispersed Carbon Nanotube Reinforced 6061Al Composite Fabricated by Milling Combined with Powder Metallurgy

The minimum wear rate was achieved at 2 wt%, which was found that the friction coefficient and wear rate decreased first and then increased as the CNT concentration increased under 15 N as well as 30 N. The majority of wear mechanisms for the 1u20132 wt% CNT/6061Al composites under 15 N and 30 N were sedative wear, with abrasive clothing and abrasive wear, while delamination occurred on the wear surface at 3 wt% CNT.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40195-022-01405-7


High performance of a new solar cell based on carbon nanotubes with CBTS compound as BSF using SCAPS-1D software

This paper describes the development of a novel hybrid heterostructure based on carbon nanotubes as an absorber layer with its unique electronic characteristics in semiconductor chemistry, as well as a copper barium tin sulfide compound as a back surface field. Cell optimization was investigated in SCAPS'u20131D software for the architectures ITO/CdS/SWCNTs, and ITO/CdS/CBTS/CBTS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11051-022-05580-7


Differential near-infrared imaging of heterocysts using single-walled carbon nanotubes

Near-infrared optical nanoprobes embedded in photosynthetic microbes can be exploited for a variety of applications ranging from energy conversion to biomolecule delivery. An investigation into the interaction of the optical nanoprobe in various species and its effect on cell viability is therefore vital in the development of new imaging techniques. We now demonstrate inconsistent uptake of SWCNTs as a single filament, with positively charged functionalized SWCNTs preferentially localizing within the filament's heterocysts. This cell-dependent internalization of the nanoparticle internalization drives the use of SWCNTs as a NIR stain for monitoring cell differentiation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43630-022-00302-3

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