Nanoyarn is a PhD three-year research project focused on exploiting low-dimensional properties of carbon nanotubes in macroscopic yarns for charge/stress transfer and storage. The strategy proposed towards achieving this goal consists in using CNT yarns produced with high molecular control, which will be highly doped via non-covalent methods that can intervene on their electronic properties, and subsequently subjected to electrochemical, mechanical and transport studies.

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Ref. num. Nanoyarn-RA01

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