Thermal Conduction in Vertically Aligned Copper Nanowire Arrays and Composites

Barako, M.T., Roy-Panzer, S., English, T.S., Kodama, T., Asheghi, M., Kenny, T.W., and Goodson, K.E., 2015, "Thermal Conduction in Vertically Aligned Copper Nanowire Arrays and Composites," ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces Vol. 7 (34) 19251-19259. DOI: 10.1021/acsami.5b05147

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