Nanostructured Carbon for Advanced Applications (inbunden)
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2001 ed.
Benedek, G. (ed.), Milani, P. (ed.), Ralchenko, V. G. (ed.)
202 Illustrations, black and white; IX, 368 p. 202 illus.
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Nanostructured Carbon for Advanced Applications (inbunden)

Nanostructured Carbon for Advanced Applications

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Nanostructured Carbon for Advanced Applications Erice, Sicily, Italy July 19-31, 2000

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Materials scientists are currently facing the challenge of synthesising carbon nanostructures that can reproduce or even improve on the remarkable performance of fullerenes and nanotubes, but in a robust, three-dimensional structure. Recent advances in the assembling of clusters, manipulation and functionalisation, and the extension from pure graphite-like and diamond-like materials to mixed sp2/sp3 carbon-based materials with a controlled nanostructure are leading to an impressive array of advanced applications. This volume is an up-to-date account of progress in these areas, special attention being paid to the synthesis, structural and physical characterisation, theoretical simulation and technological applications of nanostructured carbon in its innumerable forms. Readership: Graduate students, academic and industrial researchers in the field of nanophysics and related technologies.
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Preface. Introduction. Nanostructured Forms of Carbon: an Overview; A.M. Rao, M.S. Dresselhaus. Synthesis of Nanostructured Carbon. Nano- and Microstructural Features in CVD Diamond Growth; V. Ralchenko. Cluster Assembling of Nanostructured Carbon; P. Milani, et al. Nanoporous and Nanofragmental Carbon Composite Materials; S.K. Gordeev. Covalent Cluster-Assembled Carbon Solids; G. Benedek, et al. Structural Characterization. Diffraction by Carbon-Based Tubular and Helical Structures; A.A. Lucas, et al. Mechanical Properties of Low-Dimensional Carbon Structures; C.E. Bottani. The Consequences of Decreasing Particle Size on the Raman Spectroscopy of Carbons; I. Pocsik, et al. Is there a `Nanocrystalline Diamond' Raman Peak in Nanocrystalline Diamond?; A.C. Ferrari, J. Robertson. Topology, Properties and Thermodynamics of Amorphous Carbon; A.S. Bakai, et al. Optical and Transport Properties. Spatially Resolved EELS on Carbon-Based Nanostructures; C. Colliex, et al. Electronic Structure and Quantum Conductance of Carbon Nanotubes; Y.G. Yoon, S.G. Louie. Thermal and Electrical Conductance of Carbon Nanostructures; D. Tomanek. Optical Properties of the Carbon Onions; Ph. Lambin, et al. Applications. Field Emission from Nanocomposite Carbon; G.A.J. Amaratunga, et al. Structure, Properties and Applications of Nanostructured Carbon Architectures; Z. Iqbal. Applications of Submicron Diameter Carbon Filaments; D.D.L. Chung. A Theoretical Approach to Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes; T. Frauenheim, et al. Subject Index. Acronyms. List of Contributors.