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Non-destructive characterization of structural hierarchy within aligned carbon nanotube assemblies
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10.1063/1.3584759
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(Color online) (a) Diagram of the CNT forest densification process; (b) SEM image showing the alignment within the sidewall of the pristine CNT forest after growth, with inset photograph showing the delaminated forest on the silicon substrate (scale: 5 mm); (c) Densified morphology of the CNT forest sidewall after wetting and evaporation of ethanol, with inset SEM image showing the entire densified forest (scale: 1 mm); (d) Close up SEM image of the densified morphology, showing the high density and alignment of the individual bundle.

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Desmeared USAXS data of (a) pristine CNT forest and (b) densified CNT forest. The model fit for each data set is shown with a solid line. The contributions from all terms to the total model fit are shown in the supplementary material (Ref. 46).

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(Color online) One-dimensional schematic of CNT self-assembly due to elastocapillary aggregation.

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The densified CNT bundle diameter as a function of LS , computed from Eqs. (5) and (6). Details on the calculation of the CNT bundle diameter can be found in the supplementary material (Ref. 46).

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Scitation: Non-destructive characterization of structural hierarchy within aligned carbon nanotube assemblies
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/109/9/10.1063/1.3584759
10.1063/1.3584759
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