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Asked On2017-06-12 06:19:02 by:batsam22

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Buckytubes have extraordinary electrical conductivity, heat conductivity and mechanical properties. They are probably the best electron field-emitter possible. They are polymers of pure carbon and can be reacted and manipulated using the tremendously rich chemistry of carbon. This provides opportunity to modify the structure and to optimise solubility and dispersion.Very significantly, bucky tubes are molecularly perfect, which means that they are free of property-degrading flaws in the nanotube structure. Their material properties can therefore approach closely the very high levels intrinsic to them.These extraordinary characteristics give bucky tubes potential in numerous applications.

Applications:

  • Field Emission
  • Conductive Plastics
  • Energy Storage
  • Conductive Adhesives and Connectors
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Thermal Materials
  • Structural Composites
  • Fibres and Fabrics
  • Catalyst Supports
  • Biomedical Applications


Answerd on:2017-06-13 Answerd By:tarun101

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The unique nature of carbon combines with the molecular perfection of single-wall CNTs to endow them with extraordinary material properties, such as very high thermal and electrical conductivity, stiffness, strength, and toughness.

Applications of Carbon Nano tubes:

The unique nature of carbon combines with the molecular perfection of single-wall CNTs to endow them with extraordinary material properties, such as very high thermal and electrical conductivity, stiffness, strength, and toughness. It is the only element in the periodic table which bonds to itself in an extended network with the strength of the carbon-carbon bond. The delocalized pi-electron donated by each atom is free to move about the whole structure, instead of remaining with its donor atom, resulting in the first known molecule with metallic-type electrical conductivity. Moreover, an intrinsic thermal conductivity higher than even diamond is offered by the high-frequency carbon-carbon bond vibrations.

Carbon Nanotube

In most materials, however, due to the occurrence of defects in their structure, the actual observed material properties such as strength, electrical conductivity, and so on are degraded very significantly. For example, high-strength steel typically fails at only around 1% of its theoretical breaking strength. However, CNTs achieve values very near to their theoretical limits owing to their molecular perfection of structure. This aspect is part of the unique story of CNTs. CNTs are examples of true nanotechnology: they are only about a nanometer in diameter, but are molecules that can be manipulated physically and chemically in very useful ways. They find an incredible range of applications in electronics, materials science, energy management, chemical processing, and many other fields.


Other Carbon Nanotubes Applications:
1. CNTs field emission
2. CNTs thermal conductivity
3. CNTs energy storage
4. CNTs conductive properties
5. CNTs conductive adhesive
6. CNTs thermal materials
7. Molecular electronics based on CNTs
8. CNTs structural applications
9. CNTs fibers and fabrics
10. CNTs biomedical applications
11. CNTs Air & Water Filtration
12. CNTs catalyst supports



Answerd on:2019-06-22 Answerd By:KAPILJHADE

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