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Ionic Modulation of Interfacial Magnetism in Light Metal/Ferromagnetic Insulator Layered Nanostructures EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 29 (1) | Advanced Functional Materials
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© 2018 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim Ferromagnetic insulator thin film nanostructures are becoming the key component of the state-of-the-art spintronic devices, for instance, yttrium iron garnet (YIG) with low damping, high Curie temperature, and high resistivity is explored into many spin–orbit interactions related spintronic devices. Voltage modulation of YIG, with great practical/theoretical significance, thus can be widely applied in various YIG-based spintronics effects. Nevertheless, to manipulate ferromagnetism of YIG through electric field (E-field), instead of current, in an energy efficient manner is essentially challenging. Here, a YIG/Cu/Pt layered nanostructure with a weak spin–orbit coupling interaction is fabricated, and then the interfacial magnetism of the Cu and YIG is modified via ionic liquid gating method significantly. A record-high E-field-induced ferromagnetic resonance field shift of 1400 Oe is achieved in YIG (17 nm)/Cu (5 nm)/Pt (3 nm)/ionic liquid/Au capacitor layered nanostructures with a small voltage bias of 4.5 V. The giant magnetoelectric tunability comes from voltage-induced extra ferromagnetic ordering in Cu layer, confirmed by the first-principle calculation. This E-field modulation of interfacial magnetism between light metal and magnetic isolator may open a door toward compact, high-performance, and energy-efficient spintronic devices.

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Cu magnetization ferromagnetic resonance ionic liquid gating magnetoelectric coupling yttrium iron garnet

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GB/T 7714 Guan, Mengmeng , Wang, Lei , Zhao, Shishun et al. Ionic Modulation of Interfacial Magnetism in Light Metal/Ferromagnetic Insulator Layered Nanostructures [J]. | Advanced Functional Materials , 2019 , 29 (1) .
MLA Guan, Mengmeng et al. "Ionic Modulation of Interfacial Magnetism in Light Metal/Ferromagnetic Insulator Layered Nanostructures" . | Advanced Functional Materials 29 . 1 (2019) .
APA Guan, Mengmeng , Wang, Lei , Zhao, Shishun , Peng, Bin , Su, Wei , He, Zhexi et al. Ionic Modulation of Interfacial Magnetism in Light Metal/Ferromagnetic Insulator Layered Nanostructures . | Advanced Functional Materials , 2019 , 29 (1) .
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Microstructure and thermoelectric properties of In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouples with Al2O3 protecting layer EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 30 (2) , 1786-1793 | Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics
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In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouples (TFTCs) with alumina protecting layer were fabricated on alumina substrates. The effects of protecting layer on their performance at higher temperature and long term service were investigated accordingly. In2O3 and ITO thin films were prepared by radio frequency magnetron sputtering methods, while the alumina protecting layer was prepared by traditional spin-coating methods. Microstructural and thermoelectric properties of the In2O3/ITO TFTCs with and without alumina (Al2O3) protecting layer were investigated as a function of sintering time from 2 to 10 h at 1250 °C. The results show that, the existence of alumina protecting layer can effectively increase the performance capabilities of thermocouples at high temperatures by inhibiting the volatilization of the thin film. In2O3/ITO TFTCs with protecting layer can work normally over 10 h at 1250 °C while Seebeck coefficient is 131.7 µV/°C. The drift rate can reach 3.05 °C/h, which is much better than those without protecting layer. © 2018, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.

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Alumina substrates Long term service Performance capability Protecting layer Radio frequency magnetron sputtering method Spin-coating method Thermoelectric properties Thin film thermocouple

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yantao , Ren, Wei , Shi, Peng et al. Microstructure and thermoelectric properties of In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouples with Al2O3 protecting layer [J]. | Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics , 2019 , 30 (2) : 1786-1793 .
MLA Liu, Yantao et al. "Microstructure and thermoelectric properties of In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouples with Al2O3 protecting layer" . | Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 30 . 2 (2019) : 1786-1793 .
APA Liu, Yantao , Ren, Wei , Shi, Peng , Liu, Dan , Zhang, Yijun , Liu, Ming et al. Microstructure and thermoelectric properties of In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouples with Al2O3 protecting layer . | Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics , 2019 , 30 (2) , 1786-1793 .
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Chemically engineered multiferroic morphotropic phase boundary in BiFeO3-based single phase multiferroics SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 125 (4) | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS
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As the reach points of different phases with complex structural features, a morphotropic phase boundary (MPB) in ferroelectric and ferromagnetic solid solutions can significantly enhance the piezoelectric performance and magnetostrictive response, respectively. Recently, the phase-change functional responses related to the multiferroic MPB are proposed to be a promising way to enhance the magnetoelectric coupling in BiFeO3-based single phase multiferroics. In this work, we verify the tunable magnetic ordering and the construction of the multiferroic MPB by engineering the chemical concentrations of the ferroelectric/nonmagnetic PbTiO3 end in the (1 - x) Bi0.9Dy0.1FeO3-xPbTiO3 binary solid solution ceramic system. Based on the results obtained in this work and reported in the literature, the structure-ferroic properties phase diagram of the BiFeO3-DyFeO3-PbTiO3 ternary system is established, where a compositional region with coexisting ferroelectric polarization and ferromagnetic moment is found. More importantly, a multiferroic MPB line separating two chemical regions with distinct crystal structures and ferroic orderings is discovered in the phase diagram. The phase changing nature of MPB compositions with temperature and compositions is investigated from room temperature to high temperature paraelectric phase. This work could provide a promising system to explore the highly desired colossal effects on magnetoelectric coupling in single phase multiferroics by phase-change functional responses. Published under license by AIP Publishing.

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GB/T 7714 Zhuang, Jian , Lu, Jinming , Zhang, Nan et al. Chemically engineered multiferroic morphotropic phase boundary in BiFeO3-based single phase multiferroics [J]. | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS , 2019 , 125 (4) .
MLA Zhuang, Jian et al. "Chemically engineered multiferroic morphotropic phase boundary in BiFeO3-based single phase multiferroics" . | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 125 . 4 (2019) .
APA Zhuang, Jian , Lu, Jinming , Zhang, Nan , Zhang, Jie , Bokov, Alexei A. , Yang, Shuming et al. Chemically engineered multiferroic morphotropic phase boundary in BiFeO3-based single phase multiferroics . | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS , 2019 , 125 (4) .
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New Antiferroelectric Perovskite System with Ultrahigh Energy-Storage Performance at Low Electric Field SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 31 (3) , 979-990 | CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS
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The development of antiferroelectric (AFE) materials with high recoverable energy-storage density (W-rec) and energy-storage efficiency (eta) is of great importance for meeting the requirements of miniaturization and integration for advanced pulse power capacitors. However, the drawbacks of traditional AFE materials, namely, high critical field (E-cr) and low W-rec, make them unsuitable to be utilized in practical applications. To W-rec and eta, here we report an effective approach using the transient liquid-phase sintering and the softening of antiferroelectric order to decrease the porosity, enhance the dielectric breakdown strength (DBS), and increase the maximum electric-field-induced polarization (P-max) of the AFE ceramics. On the basis of this concept, a novel solid solution of (1 - x)PbHfO3-xPb(Mg1/2W1/2)O-3 [(1 - x)PHf-xPMW] was designed and prepared in the form of ceramics by the solid-state reaction method. Their crystal structures, phase transitions, dielectric properties, and energy-storage properties were investigated systemically. X-ray diffraction analysis indicates the formation of solid solution with a partial order on the B site at room temperature in a broad composition range. Dielectric measurements reveal that the AFE to ferroelectric (FE) phase-transition temperature shifts toward room temperature with the increasing Pb(Mg1/2W1/2)O-3 (PMW) content. The optimal energy-storage performance is found for the 0.90PHf-0.10PMW ceramic with the highest W-rec of 3.7 J/cm(3) (at a relatively low electric field of 155 kV/cm) and a favorable eta of 72.5% among all of the studied compositions, which is much superior to that of the so far reported perovskite ceramics under the similar electric fields. This is the first reported PHf-based solid solution with ultrahigh energy-storage density. The enhanced energy-storage performance can be attributed to the improved DBS and enhanced P-max (45 mu C/cm(2)) due to the incorporation of PMW that leads to dense microstructure and softens the antiferroelectricity. The results show that the (1 - x)PHf-xPMW ceramics form a new family of promising AFE candidates with significantly enhanced DBS, W-rec, and eta. This work also demonstrates the design methodology for developing not only the PbHfO3-based but also other new AFE-AFE solid solution material for high-energy-storage applications.

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Pan , Liu, Zenghui , Zhang, Nan et al. New Antiferroelectric Perovskite System with Ultrahigh Energy-Storage Performance at Low Electric Field [J]. | CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS , 2019 , 31 (3) : 979-990 .
MLA Gao, Pan et al. "New Antiferroelectric Perovskite System with Ultrahigh Energy-Storage Performance at Low Electric Field" . | CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 31 . 3 (2019) : 979-990 .
APA Gao, Pan , Liu, Zenghui , Zhang, Nan , Wu, Hua , Bokov, Alexei A. , Ren, Wei et al. New Antiferroelectric Perovskite System with Ultrahigh Energy-Storage Performance at Low Electric Field . | CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS , 2019 , 31 (3) , 979-990 .
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Tuning the Magnetic Anisotropy of Fe3O4/Pt Heterostructures Fabricated by Atomic Layer Deposition With In Situ Magnetic Field SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 55 (3) | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS
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Research on tuning the magnetic anisotropy of magnetic heterostructures has been receiving intensive attentions due to their intriguing tuning phenomena. In particular, tuning the magnetic anisotropy by in situ magnetic field during the fabrication process allows a remarkable control of magnetism with energy efficiency and shows significant potential applications for compact, fast, and low-power microwave and electronic devices. In this paper, in situ external out-of-plane and in-plane magnetic fields were applied during the deposition of Fe3O4 thin films on Pt substrates by atomic layer deposition at different temperatures (350 degrees C, 400 degrees C, and 450 degrees C). The effects of in situ magnetic field with different directions on the surface morphologies and magnetic properties of Fe3O4/Pt heterostructures were characterized. It was found that both the out-of-plane and in-plane external magnetic fields tuned the magnetic anisotropy of ferromagnetic Fe3O4 when deposited at 400 degrees C with the maximum resonance field changes of 620 and 1930 Oe along in-plane and out-of-plane directions, respectively. This paper achieves tuning the magnetic properties through in situ magnetic field and provides a possibility for spintronic devices.

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Fe3O4/Pt heterostructures magnetic anisotropy Atomic layer deposition (ALD) in situ magnetic field

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Le , Zhou, Ziyao , Zhang, Yijun et al. Tuning the Magnetic Anisotropy of Fe3O4/Pt Heterostructures Fabricated by Atomic Layer Deposition With In Situ Magnetic Field [J]. | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS , 2019 , 55 (3) .
MLA Zhang, Le et al. "Tuning the Magnetic Anisotropy of Fe3O4/Pt Heterostructures Fabricated by Atomic Layer Deposition With In Situ Magnetic Field" . | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS 55 . 3 (2019) .
APA Zhang, Le , Zhou, Ziyao , Zhang, Yijun , Peng, Bin , Ren, Wei , Ye, Zuo-Guang et al. Tuning the Magnetic Anisotropy of Fe3O4/Pt Heterostructures Fabricated by Atomic Layer Deposition With In Situ Magnetic Field . | IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS , 2019 , 55 (3) .
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Large Piezoelectric Strain with Superior Thermal Stability and Excellent Fatigue Resistance of Lead-Free Potassium Sodium Niobate-Based Grain Orientation-Controlled Ceramics EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 10 (12) , 10220-10226 | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES
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Environment-friendly lead-free piezoelectric materials with high piezoelectric response and high stability in a wide temperature range are urgently needed for various applications. In this work, grain orientation-controlled (with a 90% < 001 >(c)-oriented texture) (K,Na)NbO3-based ceramics with a large piezoelectric response (d(33)*) = 505 pm V-1 and a high Curie temperature (T-C) of 247 degrees C have been developed. Such a high d(33)* value varies by less than 5% from 30 to 180 degrees C, showing a superior thermal stability. Furthermore, the high piezoelectricity exhibits an excellent fatigue resistance with the d(33)* value decreasing within only by 6% at a field of 20 kV cm(-1) up to 10(7) cycles. These exceptional properties can be attributed to the vertical morphotropic phase boundary and the highly < 001 >(c)-oriented textured ceramic microstructure. These results open a pathway to promote lead-free piezoelectric ceramics as a viable alternative to lead-based piezoceramics for various practical applications, such as actuators, transducers, sensors, and acoustic devices, in a wide temperature range.

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RTGG thermal stability large piezoelectric strain lead-free piezoelectric ceramics KNN-based ceramics

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GB/T 7714 Quan, Yi , Ren, Wei , Niu, Gang et al. Large Piezoelectric Strain with Superior Thermal Stability and Excellent Fatigue Resistance of Lead-Free Potassium Sodium Niobate-Based Grain Orientation-Controlled Ceramics [J]. | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (12) : 10220-10226 .
MLA Quan, Yi et al. "Large Piezoelectric Strain with Superior Thermal Stability and Excellent Fatigue Resistance of Lead-Free Potassium Sodium Niobate-Based Grain Orientation-Controlled Ceramics" . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 10 . 12 (2018) : 10220-10226 .
APA Quan, Yi , Ren, Wei , Niu, Gang , Wang, Lingyan , Zhao, Jinyan , Zhang, Nan et al. Large Piezoelectric Strain with Superior Thermal Stability and Excellent Fatigue Resistance of Lead-Free Potassium Sodium Niobate-Based Grain Orientation-Controlled Ceramics . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (12) , 10220-10226 .
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A new kind of thermocouple made of p-type and n-type semi-conductive oxides with giant thermoelectric voltage for high temperature sensing EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 6 (13) , 3206-3211 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C
WoS CC Cited Count: 5 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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A new kind of thermocouple consisting of n-type and p-type semi-conductive oxides with a giant thermoelectric voltage is reported. The thermocouple was fabricated from n-type La0.8Sr0.2CrO3 and p-type In2O3 and it exhibits a high thermoelectric voltage of 410.3 mV at 1270 degrees C, which is the highest value reported for any type of thermocouples to date. This achievement challenges the long-established material selection principles for thermocouples and opens a new way for designing highly sensitive thermal sensors. The thermocouple developed in this work has great potential for practical applications in high temperature sensing in harsh environments.

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Dan , Shi, Peng , Ren, Wei et al. A new kind of thermocouple made of p-type and n-type semi-conductive oxides with giant thermoelectric voltage for high temperature sensing [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C , 2018 , 6 (13) : 3206-3211 .
MLA Liu, Dan et al. "A new kind of thermocouple made of p-type and n-type semi-conductive oxides with giant thermoelectric voltage for high temperature sensing" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C 6 . 13 (2018) : 3206-3211 .
APA Liu, Dan , Shi, Peng , Ren, Wei , Liu, Yantao , Niu, Gang , Liu, Ming et al. A new kind of thermocouple made of p-type and n-type semi-conductive oxides with giant thermoelectric voltage for high temperature sensing . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C , 2018 , 6 (13) , 3206-3211 .
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Temperature induced interface and optical properties of the multi-layer nanotube network EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 123 (22) | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS
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The ever-increasing demand for larger surface area, well-defined, and conformal multi-layer nanostructures in gas sensor, catalyst and solar cell applications has propelled the exploration of such nanostructures within an atomic resolution. The atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique is ideal for the synthesis of these nanostructures due to its excellent step coverage ability on high aspect ratio nanostructures. In this work, different coaxial nanotube networks are successfully fabricated by electrospinning and ALD, with a well-controlled phase. We systematically studied the temperature-induced microstructures and photoluminescence property evolution of the nanotube network. The Al2O3/ZnO/Al2O3 tri-layer nanotube network is obtained by sintering at 400 degrees C, and a ZnAl2O4 core-shell nanotube structure has formed by the Kirkendall effect by further post-annealing at 700 degrees C. Oxygen accumulation is clearly observed at the small neck feature, but the Zn and Al elements are uniformly distributed along the whole nanotube. Photoluminescence emission obtained in this work is so broad that it almost covers the whole visible light wavelength range. The results indicate that the microstructures and photoluminescence properties can be well-controlled by the post-annealing temperature. It provides an available platform for realizing conformal 3D nano-devices. Published by AIP Publishing.

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Yijun , Liu, Ming , Peng, Bin et al. Temperature induced interface and optical properties of the multi-layer nanotube network [J]. | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 123 (22) .
MLA Zhang, Yijun et al. "Temperature induced interface and optical properties of the multi-layer nanotube network" . | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 123 . 22 (2018) .
APA Zhang, Yijun , Liu, Ming , Peng, Bin , Zhou, Ziyao , Wang, Chenying , Jing, Weixuan et al. Temperature induced interface and optical properties of the multi-layer nanotube network . | JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 123 (22) .
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A Highly Thermostable In2O3/ITO Thin Film Thermocouple Prepared via Screen Printing for High Temperature Measurements EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 18 (4) | SENSORS
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An In2O3/ITO thin film thermocouple was prepared via screen printing. Glass additives were added to improve the sintering process and to increase the density of the In2O3/ITO films. The surface and cross-sectional images indicate that both the grain size and densification of the ITO and In2O3 films increased with the increase in annealing time. The thermoelectric voltage of the In2O3/ITO thermocouple was 53.5 mV at 1270 degrees C at the hot junction. The average Seebeck coefficient of the thermocouple was calculated as 44.5 mu V/degrees C. The drift rate of the In2O3/ITO thermocouple was 5.44 degrees C/h at a measuring time of 10 h at 1270 degrees C.

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screen printing thermocouple thermoelectric response Seebeck coefficient

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yantao , Ren, Wei , Shi, Peng et al. A Highly Thermostable In2O3/ITO Thin Film Thermocouple Prepared via Screen Printing for High Temperature Measurements [J]. | SENSORS , 2018 , 18 (4) .
MLA Liu, Yantao et al. "A Highly Thermostable In2O3/ITO Thin Film Thermocouple Prepared via Screen Printing for High Temperature Measurements" . | SENSORS 18 . 4 (2018) .
APA Liu, Yantao , Ren, Wei , Shi, Peng , Liu, Dan , Zhang, Yijun , Liu, Ming et al. A Highly Thermostable In2O3/ITO Thin Film Thermocouple Prepared via Screen Printing for High Temperature Measurements . | SENSORS , 2018 , 18 (4) .
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Strong Anisotropy and Ultralow Percolation Threshold in Multiscale Composites Modified by Carbon Nanotubes Coated Hollow Glass Fiber EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 20 (7) | ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS
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Inspired by biological materials, the use of combined fillers of different types and sizes has led to multiscale, hierarchical composites which are considered to be the multifunctional materials of the next generation. However, the effects of hierarchical architecture on the electrical properties and percolation behavior remain poorly understood. Here, a multiscale polymer-based micro-/nano-composite with hollow glass fibers coated by carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has been produced based on a simple dip-coating approach. Besides a significant increase in electrical performance, the composites exhibit a very strong anisotropy of electrical properties with the difference of 2-5 orders of magnitude in different directions. In the longitudinal direction of composites, an ultralow percolation threshold is found. These unique properties are shown to be related to the hierarchical morphology, which gives rise to the existence of two percolation levels with different thresholds: a local threshold in the nanoscale 2D CNT networks at the fiber-polymer interfaces and a global threshold in 3D network formed by the fibers. This study helps to deeper understand the macroscopic electrical performance of the hierarchical composites, potentially opening up new ways for designing novel materials via flexible tailoring the orientation of fiber and the morphology of interfaces.

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Hierarchical structures Double percolation Interface Carbon nanotube coatings Multiscale hybrid composites

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Jie , Bokov, Alexei A. , Gao, Shang-Lin et al. Strong Anisotropy and Ultralow Percolation Threshold in Multiscale Composites Modified by Carbon Nanotubes Coated Hollow Glass Fiber [J]. | ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS , 2018 , 20 (7) .
MLA Zhang, Jie et al. "Strong Anisotropy and Ultralow Percolation Threshold in Multiscale Composites Modified by Carbon Nanotubes Coated Hollow Glass Fiber" . | ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS 20 . 7 (2018) .
APA Zhang, Jie , Bokov, Alexei A. , Gao, Shang-Lin , Zhang, Nan , Ren, Wei , Ye, Zuo-Guang . Strong Anisotropy and Ultralow Percolation Threshold in Multiscale Composites Modified by Carbon Nanotubes Coated Hollow Glass Fiber . | ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS , 2018 , 20 (7) .
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