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White et al. Nanoscale Research Letters 2011, 6:346 http://www.nanoscalereslett.com/content/6/1/346 NANO REVIEW Open Access Investigation of the electrical conductivity of propylene glycol-based ZnO nanofluids Steven Bryan White*, Albert Jau-Min Shih and Kevin Patrick Pipe Abstract Electrical conductivity is an important property for technological applications of nanofluids that has not been widely studied. Conventional descriptions such as the Maxwell model do not account for surface charge effects that play an important role in electrical conductivity, particularly at higher nanoparticle volume fractions. Here, we perform electrical characterizations of propylene glycol-based ZnO nanofluids with volume fractions as high as 7%, measuring up to a 100-fold increase in electrical conductivity...

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