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Réseaux 2D aléatoires à nanotubes de carbone

Abstract : The use of carbon nanotubes in electronic applications comes up against the problem of controlling their chirality. Very early on, researchers and industrialists got around this pitfall with a statistical approach and the use of random networks of nanotubes which allow their different properties to be averaged. After a reminder of the history of the subject, this article focuses on very rapid and recent developments in the field, in addition to the dossier produced by OMNT in 2005 1.
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Jean-Christophe P. Gabriel. Réseaux 2D aléatoires à nanotubes de carbone. Dossiers de l'OMNT, 2008, Avril, pp.21-31. ⟨cea-03323278⟩



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