Strengthened Magnetoresistive Epoxy Nanocomposite Papers Derived from Synergistic Nanomagnetite-Carbon Nanofiber Nanohybrids
Novel papers based on epoxy nanocomposites with magnetite and carbon nanofiber (CNF) nanohybrids, without any surface modification to the nanofillers, show combined conductive, magnetic, and magnetoresistive properties. Negative magnetoresistance (MR) is observed in synthesized epoxy nanohybrid papers for the first time. These papers have potential applications for flexible electronics, magnetoresistive sensors, and the printing industry.
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Gu, H., Guo, J., Wei, H., Guo, S., Liu, J., Huang, Y., Khan, M., Wang, X., Young, D., Wei, S., & Guo, Z. (2015). Strengthened Magnetoresistive Epoxy Nanocomposite Papers Derived from Synergistic Nanomagnetite-Carbon Nanofiber Nanohybrids. Advanced Materials, 27 (40), 6277-6282. https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201501728