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Title: Fluid Meniscus Dynamics in a Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube
Authors: Yazicioglu, Almila G.
Libera, J. A.
Megaridis, Constantine M.
Naguib, Nevin N.
Gogotsi, Yury G.
Bradley, Jean-Claude
Babu, S.
Ndungu, Patrick Gathura
Tromp, J.
Keywords: carbon nanotube;multi-walled;in-situ;trapped liquid;fluid meniscus;energy dispersive spectrometer;SMIRP
Issue Date: 29-Jul-2003
Series/Report no.: SMIRP Bradley Research Lab Knowledge Product;21619_0001
Abstract: The thermal contraction/expansion of an isolated liquid volume inside a closed-end carbon nanotube is described in terms of high-resolution transmission electron microscope (TEM) observations in real time. The liquid volume is of the order of 1 atto (10^-18) liter.
URI: http://dspace.library.drexel.edu/handle/1860/184
Appears in Collections:Faculty Research and Publications (Chemistry)

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