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Injection and Interface-Dominated Nonlinear Resistors from Tin-Carbon Nanotube Junctions

  • Toshiyuki Sato (a1), Yoshitaka Kamata (a1), Jian Song (a2), Hui Li (a2), Jiyuan Huang (a2), Howard E. Katz (a2) and Paul Czubarow (a3)...

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This manuscript describes low-voltage epoxy-carbon nanotube composites with highly nonlinear resistances. Carbon nanotube paste was deposited on interdigitated electrodes and I-V characteristics were obtained over different voltage ranges and at different sweep speeds. In most cases, the injection process into the electrode-composite interface region was dominant, with exponential voltage dependence of the current.

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Injection and Interface-Dominated Nonlinear Resistors from Tin-Carbon Nanotube Junctions

  • Toshiyuki Sato (a1), Yoshitaka Kamata (a1), Jian Song (a2), Hui Li (a2), Jiyuan Huang (a2), Howard E. Katz (a2) and Paul Czubarow (a3)...

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