Influence of crystallinity on the electrical conductivity of individual carbon nanotubes

Published: 18 June 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/wwwb6txc4h.1
Contributors:
Mattias Flygare,

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Data accompanied with the paper "Influence of crystallinity on the electrical conductivity of individual carbon nanotubes". This data can be used to reproduce figures 4,5 and 9 from the main article. The data included is: L_a - The mean effective grain size (x-axis in figure 5), measured by diffraction analysis. d_o - The corresponding CNT outer diameter (x-axis in figure 4), measured from a TEM image. R_linear - Linear electrical resistance (y-axis in figure 4 and 5) for the corresponding carbon nanotubes, measured by probing several point along the tube's length. σ_linear - Linear electrical conductance (y-axis in figure 9) for the corresponding carbon nanotubes, calculated from the linear resistance.

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Electrical data was measured as described in the main article. Grain size data was measured as described in [Flygare, M., & Svensson, K. (2019). Quantifying crystallinity in carbon nanotubes and its influence on mechanical behaviour. Materials Today Communications, 18(November 2018), 39–45. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtcomm.2018.11.003].