Effects of nitrogen doping from pyrolyzed ionic liquid in carbon nanotube fibers: enhanced mechanical and electrical properties
- Effects of nitrogen doping from pyrolyzed ionic liquid in carbon nanotube fibers: enhanced mechanical and electrical properties
- 박옥경; 김화정; 황준연; 김승민; 정영진; 이재관; 구본철
- CNT fiber; N-doping; hydrogen bonding; ionic liquid; mechanical and electrical
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- VOL 26, 75706-1-75706-7
- Nitrogen doping in carbon nanotube (CNT) fibers using pyrolyzed ionic liquid induced interfacial hydrogen bonding between individual CNTs, enhancing mechanical properties and electrical conductivity simultaneously. In particular, the nitrogen doped CNT fiber using the ionic liquid BMI-I exhibited about 104%, 714%, and 38% increased tensile strength (0.65 N/ tex), elastic modulus (83 N/tex), and electrical conductivity (1350 S cm−1), respectively, compared to pristine CNT fiber.
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