|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Month:||APR 18 2005|
PT: J; TC: 54; UT: WOS:000228601500005
Lack of matrix dispersion is one principle reason why single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) composites have not yielded the enormous enhancement of mechanical properties predicted by theory. Non-destructive methods for gauging matrix dispersion, using near-IR fluorescence are reported (see Figure), along with new materials and processes that exhibit individual, SWNT dispersion in a matrix at relatively high loading (up to 20 vol.-%).
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