Carbon Nanotubes MWCNT – EM110001
A carbon nanotube (CNT) is a tube of carbon with diameters usually measured in nanometres.
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) consist of nested single-walled carbon nanotubes weakly connected to each other by van der Waals interactions in a tree-ring-like structure.
MWCNTs (Multi-walled carbon nanotubes) are very strong; they have good capacities of conducting both thermal and electrical energy, and therefore find a wide number of applications in different ways.
– cathode ray lighting elements in electron field.
– wafer fabrication in RFI shielding materials.
– improvement in the composite structures’ strength and stiffness.
– battery cathodes.
– membranes for water filtration.