The ion exchange capacity (IEC) and equivalent weight (EW) of the grafted polymers and the electrical conductivity before and after metal chelating has been determined.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Electrical Conductivity
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Study co-author Junichiro Kono, a Rice professor of electrical and computer engineering, said, "The research showed that the electrical conductivity of the fibers could be tuned and optimized with techniques that were applied after initial production.
gt; Tokyo, Dec 6, 2012 - (JCN) - Furukawa Electric and AIST have produced polymer-free carbon nanotube fibers with with the world's highest electrical conductivity using a wet-spinning method.
To determine the influence of the coefficient of friction on mechanical and electrical properties of cold forward extruded pieces tensile tests and electrical conductivity measurements were carried out.
The NC alloy characteristics include high and uniform hardness, tensile strength and yield strength, as well as high electrical conductivity.
He specializes in crop production consulting with an emphasis on pest and soil management, as well as on soil electrical conductivity (EC) mapping.
Wear resistance is also provided by Luvotech TLCS0010, a 30% carbon-filled material with PTFE, which has electrical conductivity and heat resistance above 500 F.
The junctions are a variant of conventional carbon nanotubes--minuscule pipes of extraordinary strength and electrical conductivity that are composed of one or more concentric layers of carbon atoms (SN: 8/20/05, p.