Effects of Temperature, Relative Humidity and Washing Times on the Electrical Conductivity of Carbon-Coated Filaments
The stability of conductivity is evaluated by measuring the resistance of Carbon-coated Filaments (CCFS) and analyzing the influence of temperature, relative humidity and washing on the resistance and relative resistance. The result shows that the with the increase of temperature and relative humidity, the resistance value trends to negative increase, and the electrical conductivity increases. Compared to temperature, the relative humidity has more influence on the electrical conductivity of CCFS. With the increase of washing times, the conductivity coating breaks off which results in the decrease of electrical conductivity.
X. J. Ding et al., "Effects of Temperature, Relative Humidity and Washing Times on the Electrical Conductivity of Carbon-Coated Filaments", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 311-313, pp. 2225-2229, 2011