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Application notes and references for NanoLab materials
References using NanoLab nanotubes as optical absorbers
  1. A Thin Film Infrared Absorber using CNT/Nanodiamond Nanocomposite
http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~minar/pdf/MRS2012_Final_Paper_UMICH.pdf
2. Light Scattering of Periodic ß-Aligned Carbon Nanotubes,
http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v93/i1/e013902
Articles reviewing properties of NanoLab nanotubes
  1.Measurement of the thermal conductivity of individual carbon nanotubes by the four-point three-ω method
2.Direct measurement of multiwall nanotube surface tension
3.Receiving and transmitting light-like radio waves: Antenna effect in arrays of aligned carbon nanotubes
4.Field emission from teepee-shaped carbon nanotube bundles
5.Influence of surface oxides on the colloidal stability of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: a structure−property relationship
References using NanoLab nanotubes in composites and sensors, fuel cells
  1.Interfacial fracture energy measurements for multi-walled carbon nanotubes pulled from a polymer matrix
2.Carbon nanotubes embedded in oriented polymer nanofibers by electrospinning
3.Strain sensing using a multiwalled carbon nanotube film
References using NanoLab nanotubes as sensors, catalysts & battery electrodes
  1.Strain sensing using a multiwalled carbon nanotube film
2.Supercritical fluid synthesis and characterization of catalytic metal nanoparticles on carbon nanotubes
3.Effect of pH on PtRu electrocatalysts prepared via a polyol process on carbon nanotubes
4.Electrochemical durability of carbon nanotubes at 80 C
5.Pt-Ru nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotubes as methanol fuel cell catalysts
6.Deposition of metallic nanoparticles on carbon nanotubes via a fast evaporation process
7.Electrochemical durability of carbon nanotubes in non-catalyzed and catalyzed oxidations
8.Pt nanoparticle binding on functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes
9.Sonochemical oxidation of multi-walled carbon nanotubes
10.Synthesis and electrochemical characterization of uniformly-dispersed high loading Pt nanoparticles on sonochemically-treated carbon nanotubes
11.Evaluation and testing of commercially-available carbon nanotubes as negative electrodes for lithium ion cells
Articles using NanoLab carbon nanotubes in electrochemical sensing, in biology and biosensing
  1.Manipulation of individual carbon nanotubes by reconstructing the intracellular transport of a living cell
2.Comparison of the electrochemical reactivity of electrodes modified with carbon nanotubes from different sources
3.Low-potential stable NADH detection at carbon-nanotube-modified glassy carbon electrodes
4.Carbon nanotube array-based biosensor
5.Electrochemical detection of trace insulin at carbon-nanotube-modified electrodes
6.Electrochemical detection of carbohydrates at carbon-nanotube modified glassy-carbon electrodes
7.Carbon nanotube screen-printed electrochemical sensors
8.Carbon-nanotube-modified glassy carbon electrodes for amplified label-free electrochemical detection of DNA hybridization
9.The dissolution of carbon nanotubes in aniline, revisited
10.Fabrication and biocompatibility of carbon nanotube-based 3D networks as scaffolds for cell seeding and growth
11.Nano-architecture on carbon nanotube surface by biomimetic coating
12-1.Carbon nanotubes paste electrode
12-2.Carbon nanotubes paste electrodes as new detectors for capillary electrophoresis
13.Adsorption and electrooxidation of nucleic acids at carbon nanotubes paste electrodes
14.Detection of homocysteine at carbon nanotube paste electrodes
15.Enzyme-dispersed carbon-nanotube electrodes: a needle microsensor for monitoring glucose
16.Abrasive immobilization of carbon nanotubes on a basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrode: application to the detection of epinephrine
17.Investigation of modified basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes: definitive evidence for the electrocatalytic properties of the ends of carbon nanotubes
18.Electrochemical reduction of oxygen on multiwalled carbon nanotube modified glassy carbon electrodes in acid media electrochem
19.Carbon nanotube-mediated delivery of nucleic acids does not result in non-specific activation of B lymphocytes
20.Highly efficient molecular delivery into mammalian cells using carbon nanotube spearing
21.Carbon Nanotube Nanoelectrode Array for Ultrasensitive DNA Detection
22.Interaction between carbon nanotubes and mammalian cells: characterization by flow cytometry and application
This page was created on 08/31/2009, updated on 08/16/2011