Special Issue "Frontier Applications of Carbon Nanotube-Based Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 February 2022.
Interests: experimental stress mechanics; polymeric composite materials; carbon nanotube fibers; integrated and distributed structural health monitoring in composite materials; piezoresistive sensors
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Special Issue in Sensors: Sensing Technologies with Carbon Nanotube-Based Materials
Carbon nanotubes are quasi-one-dimensional structures of rolled graphene, a one atomic layer of graphite that is the allotrope of sp2 carbon. Carbon nanotubes have outstanding mechanical, electrical, thermal, and optical properties due to that unique atomic structure. In addition, they exhibit large aspect ratios and high surface areas that enable unique electrochemical properties and potential for dispersion in matrices. Structures and assemblies of carbon nanotubes such as arrays or forests, fibers, ribbons, and other two- or three-dimensional structures will exhibit at least one dimension in the microscale and thus enable their use in a wider variety of applications. This Special Issue is specifically dedicated to novel and conceptual applications of carbon nanotube structures and materials based on carbon nanotubes. Applications include sensing via piezoresistive, piezo-impedance, thermoresistive, chemoresistive and electrochemical, magnetoresistive or piezoelectric approaches; electronics including transistors, cooling, field emission, photodection or data transmission; chemical, biological and medical; catalysis; energy and gas storage; filters and membranes; fiber, fabrics, or reinforcements; probing; and others. Papers may be based on experimental, numerical, or analytical studies. Entirely novel applications may include the rationale and a theoretical section.
Prof. Dr. Jandro Abot
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- carbon nanotube
- carbon nanotube structures