A “buckypaper” is a randomly oriented self-supporting film of carbon nanotubes (CNTs), resembling flexible black paper. It is an assembly that represents the nanoscale material properties of the CNTs at a macroscopic scale, whilst avoiding all the inherent handling and processing issues of a nanomaterial.
Buckypapers (BPs) are exceptionally lightweight (10-50 gsm), flexible free-standing films with nanoscale porous structures, that typically range in thickness from 20-100 microns. The development of these sheets leads to the creation of strong, lightweight, foldable and highly conductive materials. Continuar leyendo