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By Yury Gogotsi
Size, form, and Synthesis Key to “Tuning” Properties
The discovery and fast evolution of carbon nanotubes have resulted in a drastically more advantageous figuring out of nanotechnology, in addition to dozens of attainable functions for nanomaterials of other sizes and shapes starting from composites to biology, medication, strength, transportation, and digital units. Nanotubes and Nanofibers bargains an summary of structure–property relationships, synthesis and purification, and power functions of carbon nanotubes and fibers, together with whiskers, cones, nanobelts, and nanowires.
Using study on carbon nanotubes as a origin to additional advancements, this booklet discusses equipment for starting to be and synthesizing amorphous and nanocrystalline graphitic carbon buildings and inorganic nanomaterials, together with rainy chemical synthesis, chemical vapor deposition (CVD), arc discharge, and others. It additionally describes boron nitride and steel chalcogenide nanotubes intimately and reports the original houses and techniques for characterizing and generating single-crystalline semiconducting and functional-oxide nanowires. The chapters additionally establish demanding situations concerning the managed progress, processing, and meeting of natural and inorganic nanostructures that needs to be addressed sooner than large-scale functions may be applied.
Edited by way of award-winning professor and researcher Dr. Yury Gogotsi, Nanotubes and Nanofibers bargains a well-rounded standpoint at the advances resulting in more desirable nanomaterial houses for a number new units and functions together with digital units, structural composites, hydrogen and gasoline garage, electrodes in electrochemical energy-storage structures, sorbents, and filters.
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