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Jun Liu, Yong-Lai Lu, Ming Tian, Fen Li, Jianxiang Shen, Yangyang Gao and Liqun Zhang The Interesting Influence of Nanosprings on the Viscoelasticity of Elastomeric Polymer Materials: Simulation and Experiment Advanced Functional Materials 23

Version of Record online: 9 OCT 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201201438

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Carbon nanosprings are found to have the capability to tune the mechanical and viscoelastic properties of elastomeric polymer materials. It is inferred that elastomer/carbon nanostructured materials with good flexibility and reversible mechanical response (i.e., carbon nanosprings, nanocoils, nanorings, and thin graphene sheets) have both excellent mechanical properties and low hysteresis loss.

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