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Ab-initio Structural Properties and Stress-Deformation Analysis by Rheological Modeling of Diamonds-containing Nanocarbon nanotubes

  • Maksim V. Kireitseu (a1) and Liya Bochkaryova (a2)
Abstract

In our laboratory, we developed a simple method for measuring the mechanical properties of single nanotubes and modeling its mechanical properties by rheological analysis. The technique involves depositing nanotubes from a suspension in a suitable liquid onto well- polished alumina ultrafiltration membranes with a pore size of about 200 nm. Rheological models of the composite systems have been proposed and confirmed by in-situ experiments at AFM indentation.

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