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As electronic devices get smaller and more powerful, energy density of energy storage devices increases continuously, and moving components of machinery operate at higher speeds, the need for better thermal management strategies is becoming increasingly important. The removal of heat dissipated during the operation of electronic, electrochemical, and mechanical devices is facilitated by high-performance thermal interface materials (TIMs) which are utilized to couple devices to heat sinks. Herein, we report a new class of TIMs involving the chemical integration of boron nitride nanosheets (BNNS), soft organic linkers, and a copper matrixwhich are prepared by the chemisorption-coupled electrodeposition approach. These hybrid nanocomposites demonstrate bulk thermal conductivities ranging from 211 to 277 W/(m K), which are very high considering their relatively low elastic modulus values on the order of …
American Chemical Society
Publication date: 
22 Mar 2017

Cengiz Yegin, Nirup Nagabandi, Xuhui Feng, Charles King, Massimo Catalano, Jun Kyun Oh, Ansam J Talib, Ethan A Scholar, Stanislav V Verkhoturov, Tahir Cagin, Alexei V Sokolov, Moon J Kim, Kaiser Matin, Sreekant Narumanchi, Mustafa Akbulut

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Volume: 9 Issue: 11 Pages: 10120-10127
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces