Nanomaterials


Thermal Conductivity Measurement of Nano Particles


MEASUREMENT OF APPARENT THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
OF NANO PARTICLES (CARBON NANO TUBES, FIBERS, COLLOIDAL PARTICLES)

The measurement method is based on the Patent of ITL Inc. Scientists “Method of Measurement of Thermal Conductivity of Thin Rods”. [1]. Thermal conductivity of nano particles is determined based on the mathematical models of apparent thermal conductivity of mixture of the particles with liquid (ie. heptane, decane)

Example of our data at the range -100°C to +20°C is submitted on the picture.



References:

1. E. Litovsky , N. Voronin, J. Landa, “Method of Measurement of Thermal Conductivity of Thin Rods”. USSR Authorship N226894.
2. E. Litovsky, J. Kleiman, Yoshinori Koga, “Measurement of apparent thermal conductivity of nano particles”, Proc. Of the Seventh Applied Diamond Conference, NASA/CP-2003-212319, NASA Glenn Researc Center, Tsukuba, Japan, Aug. 18-21, 2003

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