Carbon Materials and Nanotechnology

  • ID: 2179762
  • Book
  • 490 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The structural diversity of nanoscience and of carbon is immense. This book provides an introduction into the field of carbon nanotechnology covering everything from nanowires to nanodiamonds, synthesis and applications.

From the contents:

∗ Carbon

∗ Fullerenes

∗ Carbon nanotubes

∗ Carbon onions and related structures

∗ Nanodiamonds

∗ Diamond films

Of interest not only for students but for all material scientists as well as organic and inorganic chemists, or anyone in need of a quick overview of the field. Included at the back of the book is a handy Do–It–Yourself kit for building fullerenes and nanotubes which is a great aid to help with understanding.
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CARBON

Historicla Overview

Structure and Bonding Properties

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

FULLERENES

Historical Overview

Strucutre and Bonding Properties

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

CARBON NANOTUBES

Introduction

Structure

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

CARBON ONIONS AND RELATED STRUCTURES

Introduction

Structure

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

NANODIAMONDS

Introduction

Structure

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

DIAMOND FILMS

Historical Overview

Structure

Synthesis

Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Applications

Summary

EPILOGUE
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Anke Krüger is currently Professor of Organic Chemistry at University of Würzburg. After her postdoc at Toyohashi University of Technology with Professor Eiji Osawa, she became a researcher at the Otto–Diels–Institute of Organic Chemistry in Kiel in 2002, and a Junior Professor in 2007 at the same institution befofe moving to Würzburg in 2008.

Among her numerous awards are the PhD scholarship of the Fonds of the Chemische Industrie, JSPS/Feodor–Lynen Scholarship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the Liebig Habilitation Scholarship of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie and the ADUC Jahrespreis für Habilitanden.

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