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Thermal Conductivity of TiO2 Nanotubes

The authors present a method of preparation of TiO2 nanotubes by alkaline treatment (with NaOH) of TiO2 particles followed by acid-washing and annealing treatment. Theoretical and experimental studies on the thermal conductivity of TiO2 nanotubes is also presented. The thermal conductivity values determined experimentally matched ...

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Reinforced thermal conductivity and mechanical properties of in situ microfibrillar composites through multistage stretching extrusion

Various microfibrillar composites were prepared in situ using boron nitride as a thermally conductive filler. The multistage stretching extrusion process was used in an effort to improve thermal conductivity and mechanical properties. It was found that the addition of laminating-multiplying elements (LMEs) improved the dispersion ...

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Effect of filler arrangement and networking of hexagonal boron nitride on the conductivity of new thermal management polymeric composites

Hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) was used as filler in varying concentrations to form composite polymers with polyactic acid, polyamide, and polyphenylene sulfide. The objective of this work was to produce a composite polymer with a high thermal conductivity for use as electronics packaging. It was ...

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Ambient pressure dried shape-controllable sodium silicate based composite silica aerogel monoliths

The preparation process of silica aerogels has commonly involved a dangerous supercritical drying step, so work has been done to eliminate this step. This paper discusses the preparation of composite silica aerogels containing silica fibers using a method that excludes the supercritical drying step. The ...

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Mechanically-exfoliated stacks of thin films of Bi2Te3 topological insulators with enhanced thermoelectric performance

The 'graphene-like' mechanical exfoliation of Bi2Te3 films is shown to have a significant effect on the thermoelectric properties of these films. The modification of thermal conductivity due to exfoliation leads to enhanced thermoelectric properties, known as figures of merit (ZT).Two different experimental techniques ...

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