13 September 2008

Special issue: Carbon nanotubes and current applications

International Journal of Nanoparticles 1(2) 2008
  • Diameter-dependant thermal conductance models of carbon nanotubes
  • Investigation of multi-walled carbon nanotube-based structures for high density integrated capacitors
  • Photovoltaic effect in single carbon nanotube-based Schottky diodes
  • Synthesis of aligned carbon nanotubes by microwave chemical vapour deposition and investigation of their covalent bonding with antibodies for bioapplications
  • Theoretical investigations on the tip-functionalised carbon nanotubes interacting with water
  • Torsional structural properties of single-walled carbon nanotubes
  • Synthesis and characterisation of carbon nanotube reinforced copper matrix nanocomposites

1 comment:

tanyaa said...

The special nature of carbon combines with the molecular perfection of buckytubes (single-wall carbon nanotubes) to endow them with exceptionally high material properties such as electrical and thermal conductivity, strength, stiffness, and toughness. No other element in the periodic table bonds to itself in an extended network with the strength of the carbon-carbon bond. The delocalised pi-electron donated by each atom is free to move about the entire structure, rather than stay home with its donor atom, giving rise to the first molecule with metallic-type electrical conductivity. The high-frequency carbon-carbon bond vibrations provide an intrinsic thermal conductivity higher than even diamond.
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