Heat-resistant unfired phosphate ceramics with carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic application

Antonino Cataldo, Konstantin Lapko, Jan Macutkevic, Juras Banys, Sergey Maksimenko, Stefano Bellucci, Federico Micciulla, Dzmitry Bychanok, Artyom Plyushch, Antonino Cataldo, Alexey Sokol, Polina Kuzhir

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Abstract

Composite materials, containing low concentrations of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) of three different diameters and heat-resistant phosphate ceramic as a matrix were prepared by cold-pressing method. Their dielectric properties were studied at room temperature in a wide frequency range (20 Hz–1 MHz). It was found experimentally and proved theoretically via modeling of the composites as a random capacitor–resistor–diode network that electrical percolation concentration depends significantly on the diameter of the nanoinclusions. The main conclusion is that the best candidate providing both the lower percolation threshold and high absolute values of ac conductivity is thinner carbon nanotubes (in our particular case, 8–15 nm).
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)2580-2585
Numero di pagine6
RivistaPHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE
Volume211
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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Carbon Nanotubes
Phosphates
Composite materials
Resistors
Dielectric properties
Diodes
Capacitors
Temperature
Hot Temperature

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Surfaces, Coatings and Films
  • Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Cataldo, A., Lapko, K., Macutkevic, J., Banys, J., Maksimenko, S., Bellucci, S., ... Kuzhir, P. (2014). Heat-resistant unfired phosphate ceramics with carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic application. PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, 211, 2580-2585.

Heat-resistant unfired phosphate ceramics with carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic application. / Cataldo, Antonino; Lapko, Konstantin; Macutkevic, Jan; Banys, Juras; Maksimenko, Sergey; Bellucci, Stefano; Micciulla, Federico; Bychanok, Dzmitry; Plyushch, Artyom; Cataldo, Antonino; Sokol, Alexey; Kuzhir, Polina.

In: PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, Vol. 211, 2014, pag. 2580-2585.

Risultato della ricerca: Article

Cataldo, A, Lapko, K, Macutkevic, J, Banys, J, Maksimenko, S, Bellucci, S, Micciulla, F, Bychanok, D, Plyushch, A, Cataldo, A, Sokol, A & Kuzhir, P 2014, 'Heat-resistant unfired phosphate ceramics with carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic application', PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, vol. 211, pagg. 2580-2585.
Cataldo, Antonino ; Lapko, Konstantin ; Macutkevic, Jan ; Banys, Juras ; Maksimenko, Sergey ; Bellucci, Stefano ; Micciulla, Federico ; Bychanok, Dzmitry ; Plyushch, Artyom ; Cataldo, Antonino ; Sokol, Alexey ; Kuzhir, Polina. / Heat-resistant unfired phosphate ceramics with carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic application. In: PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE. 2014 ; Vol. 211. pagg. 2580-2585.
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