7 edition of Applied Physics of Carbon Nanotubes found in the catalog.
December 31, 1899 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Slava V. Rotkin (Editor), Shekhar Subramoney (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||349|
Jayanthi, Zhenyu Zhang, and S. Nessim, "What is below the support layer affects carbon nanotube growth: an iron catalyst reservoir yields taller nanotube carpets," Nanoscale 6, In addition, bolometer  and optoelectronic memory  devices have been realised on ensembles of single-walled carbon nanotubes. Ko, A. Several experiments have demonstrated that, compared to traditional carbon electrodes, electron transfer kinetics are fastest on nanotubes, following ideal Nernstian behavior. Dong, C.
Maruyama, "Catalyst-support interactions and their influence on water-assisted carbon nanotube carpet growth. He reported a breakthrough in this area in an article in Applied Physics Letters last year. Bello, H. Ming Yu, Ph. Chatterjee, H. Accepted for publication at Nanotechnology.
Muralidharan, J. Puretzky, C. Such contaminations negatively affect the desired properties of CNTs, and cause a serious obstacle for detailed characterization and application of CNTs. Hauge, "Catalyst design for carbon nanotube growth using atomistic modeling," Nanotechnology 19,
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Nanotube microelectrodes have been built using a binder; such devices have been successfully tested for bioelectrochemical reactions e. Stach, M. Simard, F. Wiley Publishing, Oxford, UK.
Unlike graphene, which is a two-dimensional semimetal, carbon nanotubes are either metallic or semiconducting along the tubular axis.
Tour, "Abrasion as a catalyst deposition technique for carbon nanotube growth," Journal of the American Chemical Society Oakes, and C. Pint, "Surface engineering of nanomaterials for improved energy storage - a review" Chemical Engineering Science Douglas, N.
Aldridge, J. Zheng, J. Belyanin, and J. Like fingerprints, each nanotube has a unique pulse.
Bello, H. There is a strong demand for such characterization from the industrial point of view: numerous parameters of nanotube synthesis can be changed, intentionally or unintentionally, to alter the nanotube quality.
Share, R. In order to fully utilize outstanding properties of graphene in optoelectronics, we can induce optical response in graphene by controlled functionalization. Horton, Y-Q.
Mahzooni, S. Muralidharan, R. The work function is an intrinsic material property. Yan, N. The science of nanotubes almost seems more science fiction than science.
Because of their hollow structure and high aspect ratio, they tend to undergo buckling when placed under compressive, torsional, or bending stress.
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2. Preparation of carbon nanotubes. High temperature preparation techniques such as arc discharge or laser ablation were the first techniques applied to produce CNTs .In order to examine the properties of nanotubular structures, tubes of well-defined morphology, thickness, length, and a number of concentric shells are needed; however, Applied Physics of Carbon Nanotubes book carbon-arc synthesis and other established Author: Hosam M.
Saleh, Martin Koller. This book focuses on the preparation and property analysis of polymers with carbon nanotubes. The book has been divided into three parts.
The first part deals with fabrication and property analysis of new carbon nanotube structures. The second part deals with preparation and characterization of polymer composites with CNTs.Carbon nanotubes are exceptionally interesting from a fundamental research point of view. Pdf concepts of one-dimensional physics have been verified experimentally such as electron and phonon confinement or the one-dimensional singularities in the density of states; other 1D signatures are still under debate, such as Luttinger-liquid behavior.COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS OF CARBON NANOTUBES Carbon nanotubes are the fabric of nanotechnology.
Investigation into their properties has become one of the most active ﬁelds of modern research. This book presents the key computational modeling and numerical simulation tools to investigate carbon nanotube characteristics.
In particular, methods.Carbon nanotubes are exceptionally interesting from a fundamental ebook point of view. Many concepts of one-dimensional physics have been verified experimentally such as electron and phonon confinement or the one-dimensional singularities in the density of states; other 1D signatures are still under debate, such as Luttinger-liquid behavior.