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Thermal conductivity vs the length in log-log scale for 20-AGNR and 10-ZGNR. In both cases, , with being comparable to that of SWCNs. This indicates the GNRs also have very high thermal conductivities and long PMFPs.
Thermal conductivity of -AGNR and -ZGNR with variation of , where the length of GNRs is fixed to be 11 nm. The ZGNR’s thermal conductivity increases first and then decreases with increasing, while, the AGNR’s thermal conductivity monotonously increases with .
Uniaxial strain dependence of thermal conductivity of 20-AGNR and 10-ZGNR. The unstrained length is 11 nm. Very remarkable decrease of thermal conductivity is obtained when the tensile/compressive strain is employed.
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