Nanopolymer, Nanotubes and Nanoporous Material

 

carbon nanotube is a tube-shaped material which is made of carbon with a diameter measuring on the nanometer scale. These are unique because of the strong bonding between the atoms. Recently the most popular use for carbon nanotubes is in structural reinforcement. Approaches are being made using carbon nanotubes to extract power from sunlight and even as a heat source. Carbon nanotubes are unique in that they are thermally conductive along their length but not across the tube itself. This lets carbon nanotubes play a role on both sides of thermal insulation. Carbon nanotubes are also electrically conductive, which have potential to make an extremely cost-effective replacement for metal wires. The semiconducting properties of nanotubes make them candidates for the next generation of computer chips

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