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Enhanced field emission from printed carbon nanotubes by mechanical surface modification
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7.The paste consisted of 1 wt. % of SWNTs (from Iljin, Korea), 5–7.5 wt. % of binder material (ethyl cellulose, EC N100 with a ethoxyl content of 49%, No. 19094–2500) mixed in a solvent (terpineol, from Fluka Chimica 1L, No. 86480).
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