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Trushina, E.A., Chmutin, I.A., Koreshkova, L.A. et al. Preparation of composite fibres based on fluoroplastic and graphitic carbon fillers, and their electrical properties. Fibre Chem 24, 239–242 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00554723
- Electrical Property
- Composite Fibre
- Graphitic Carbon
- Carbon Filler