Macromol. Rapid Commun. 7/2010
Izabela Jurewicz, Alice A. K. King, Patnarin Worajittiphon, Piyapong Asanithi, Eric W. Brunner, Richard P. Sear, Thomas J. C. Hosea, Joseph L. Keddie and Alan B. Dalton
Version of Record online: 31 MAR 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/marc.201090016
Front Cover: The picture presents a collage of an atomic force microscopy and a scanning electron microscopy image of a nanocomposite in which carbon nanotubes organise into honeycomb-like networks, templated by an ordered colloidal polymer matrix. The resulting nanocomposites can be strained by over 200% and still retain high conductivity when relaxed. Such carbon nanotube assemblies provide excellent control over the structure–property relationships for a range of potential applications. Further details can be found in the article by I. Jurewicz,* A. A. K. King, P. Worajittiphon, P. Asanithi, E. W. Brunner, R. P. Sear, T. J. C. Hosea, J. L. Keddie, A. B. Dalton*on page 609.