By Guldi D.M., Martin N. (eds.)
Written by means of the main favorite specialists and pioneers within the box, this prepared reference combines primary learn, contemporary breakthroughs and real-life functions in a single well-organized treatise.As such, either newbies and demonstrated researchers will locate right here a variety of present tools for generating and characterizing carbon nanotubes utilizing imaging in addition to spectroscopic suggestions. One significant a part of this thorough evaluation is dedicated to the managed chemical functionalization of carbon nanotubes, masking exciting functions in photovoltaics, natural electronics and fabrics layout. the most recent study on novel carbon-derived constructions, resembling graphene, nanoonions and carbon pea pods, around off the booklet.
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