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By Marc Monthioux

Meta-Nanotubes are a brand new new release of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) which end result from the chemical transformation of standard CNTs and their next mixture with international fabrics (atoms, molecules, chemical teams, nanocrystals) through a number of methods corresponding to functionalisation, doping, filling, and substitution. those new nanomaterials express greater or new houses, reminiscent of reactivity, solubility, and magnetism, which pristine CNTs don't possess.  Their many purposes contain digital and optoelectronic units, chemical and biosensors, sun cells, drug supply, and strengthened glasses and ceramics.

Carbon Meta-Nanotubes: Synthesis, homes and Applications discusses those 3rd iteration carbon nanotubes and the original features they own. starting with a normal review of the topic, this ebook covers the 5 major different types of meta-nanotubes, namely:

  • Doped Carbon Nanotubes
  • Functionalised Carbon Nanotubes
  • Decorated or covered Carbon Nanotubes
  • Filled Carbon Nanotubes
  • Heterogeneous Nanotubes

supplying remarkable assurance of those 3rd new release or meta-nanotubes, and percentages for destiny improvement, this ebook is vital for someone engaged on carbon nanotubes.

Chapter 1 advent to Carbon Nanotubes (pages 7–39): Marc Monthioux
Chapter 2 Doped Carbon Nanotubes: (X:CNTs) (pages 41–111): Alain Penicaud, Pierre Petit and John E. Fischer
Chapter three Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes: (X?CNTs) (pages 113–161): Stephane Campidelli, Stanislaus S. Wong and Maurizio Prato
Chapter four adorned (Coated) Carbon Nanotubes: (X/CNTs) (pages 163–221): Revathi R. Bacsa and Philippe Serp
Chapter five crammed Carbon Nanotubes (page 223):
Chapter 5a crammed Carbon Nanotubes: (X@CNTs) (pages 225–271): Jeremy Sloan and Marc Monthioux
Chapter 5b Fullerenes within Carbon Nanotubes: The Peapods (pages 273–321): Ferenc Simon and Marc Monthioux
Chapter 6 Heterogeneous Nanotubes: (X*CNTs, X*BNNTs) (pages 323–409): Dmitri Golberg and Mauricio Terrones

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This was achieved by using the indices proposed by Hamada et al. [26]. 2). The so-called helicity vector Ch is equal to OA in the example and become the circumference of the nanotube thus created. It may be decomposed into two vectors parallel to the graphene lattice vectors a1 and a2 respectively. 2. The tube thus formed is a (4,2) SWCNT. 142 nm, that is, a bit longer than in graphite (to account for the partial sp3 character generated by the curvature). If the direction of the helicity vector Ch is selected such as it is parallel to one of the symmetry planes of the graphene, typically one of the six directions perpendicular or parallel to C=C bond directions, the helicity angle q is nil or equal to 30° respectively.

Except in some rarely claimed cases, as-prepared SWCNT materials are actually a mixture of several types. However, probably upon energetic reason, some types are sometimes prevalent. 2). Because SWCNTs are isolated graphenes by nature, they somewhat behave like flat graphenes in graphite (and many other polyaromatic solids), that is, they tend to associate face-to-face as much as possible in order to share their π electrons and thereby bond through weak van der Waals forces. 4a). 3 Examples of SWCNTs for each of the three types.

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