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This e-book overviews the present prestige of study and improvement actions of CNTs in nanodevices, nanomaterials, or nanofabrication. This publication offers 15 state of the art evaluation articles that disguise CNT synthesis applied sciences for becoming hugely oriented CNTs, chirality-pure CNTs and CNTs at a wide throughput and coffee rate, CNT meeting concepts, CNT sorting and separation procedures, CNT functionalization engineering for extra functionalities, CNT primary houses and their practical/potential electric, digital, optical, mechanical, chemical and organic applications.
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Both experiment and theory have proven the significance of excitons in CNTs. 14 shows the calculated optical properties of a (8, 0) CNT. The solid line and the dashed line correspond to the calculations with and without electron–hole interactions, respectively. 7 eV, respectively, and they are caused by the bandto-band absorption. However, if the electron–hole interactions are considered, each band-to-band transition generates a series of sharp excitonic lines, labeled with A¢1, A¢2, A¢3, B¢1, B¢2, C¢1, C¢2.
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27) It can be seen that g(E, em) shows a divergent van Hove singularity at the energy band edges (|E| = |em|) for |em| π 0, and that g(E, 0) = 1. 8 shows the density of states for (11, 0) and (12, 0) nanotubes, respectively. Compared with bulk materials, the unique feature of the DOS of SWCNTs is the presence of singularities Phonon Modes of Carbon Nanotubes at the band edges. The presence of these singularities in the density of states has been verified by scanning tunneling microscopy of individual nanotubes .