Nanotubes and Related Nanostructures 2014: Volume 1700. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 3053483
  • Book
  • 127 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
1 of 4
Carbon nanotubes and related nanostructures, including nanosheets, have attracted tremendous attention for their unique structures and intriguing properties. These nanomaterials have been widely investigated - from theory, synthesis and characterization to applications in electronic devices, energy generation and storage, biological and chemical sensors, and so on. In addition, non-carbon nanostructures such as nanotubes and nanosheets of boron nitride (BN) have gained increasing interest. To facilitate scientific interaction among students and researchers on the latest advancements in this area, Symposium MM - Nanotubes and Related Nanostructures was organized and held on April 21–25 at the 2014 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, California. The symposium organizers were Don Futaba (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), Annick Loiseau (Laboratoire d'Etude des Microstructures), Yoke Khin Yap (Michigan Technological University), and Ming Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology).
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
2 of 4
Part I - Synthesis and Structure:
1. Support vector machine classification of single walled carbon nanotube growth parameters N. Westing, J. Clark, D. Hooper, P. Nikolaev and B. Maruyama;
2. On the amorphisation trajectory of carbon nanotubes Saveria Santangelo and Candida Milone;

Part II - Electrical Investigation:
3. Simulation of charge transport in disordered assemblies of metallic nano-islands: application to boron-nitride nanotubes functionalized with gold quantum dots John A. Jaszczak, Madhusudan A. Savaikar, Douglas R. Banyai, Boyi Hao, Dongyan Zhang, Paul L. Bergstrom, An-Ping Li, Juan-Carlos Idrobo and Yoke Khin Yap;
4. Interaction volume of electron beam in carbon nanomaterials: a molecular dynamics study Masaaki Yasuda, Shinya Wakuda, Yoshiki Asayama, Hiroaki Kawata and Yoshihiko Hirai;
5. Novel method of electrical resistance measurement in structural composite materials for interfacial and dispersion evaluation with nano- and hetero-structures Joung-Man Park, Dong-Jun Kwon, Zuo-Jia Wang, Joon-Hyung Byun, Hyung-Ik Lee, Jong-Kyoo Park and Lawrence K. DeVries;
6. Self-assembled carbon nanotube-DNA hybrids at the nanoscale: morphological and conductive properties probed by atomic force microscopy M. Gabriella Santonicola, Susanna Laurenzi and Peter M. Schön;

Part III - Mechanical Investigation:
7. Thermo-mechanical and ILSS properties of woven carbon/epoxy-XDCNT nanophased composites Mohammad K. Hossain, Md Mahmudur R. Chowdhury, Mahmud B. Salam, Johnathan Malone, Mahesh V. Hosur, Shaik Jeelani and Nydeia W. Bolden;
8. Molecular dynamics simulation of a pullout test on a carbon nanotube in a polymer matrix Guttormur Arnar Ingvason and Virginie Rollin;

Part IV - Optical Investigation:
9. Coupled vibrations in index-identified carbon nanotubes Dmitry Levshov, Thierry Michel, Matthieu Paillet, Xuan Tinh Than, Huy Nam Tran, Raul Arenal, Abdelali Rahmani, Mourad Boutahir, Ahmed-Azmi Zahab and Jean-Louis Sauvajol;
10. Optical properties of nanostructured carbon and gold nanoparticle hybrids Yuan Li and Nitin Chopra;

Part V - Chemical and Biological Investigation:
11. A continuous flow device for the purification of semiconducting nanoparticles by AC dielectrophoresis Rustin Golnabi, Su (Ike) Chih Chi, Stephen L. Farias and Robert C. Cammarata;
12. Quadruple hydrogen bonded nanocarbon networks for high performance dispersant-free conducting pastes Joong Tark Han, Jeong In Jang, Sua Choi, Seon Hee Seo, Seung Yol Jeong, Hee Jin Jeong and Geon-Woong Lee;
13. Nanotubes and nanoparticles based 3D scaffolds for the construction of high performance biosensors Meenakshi Singh, Michael Holzinger, Maryam Tabrizian and Serge Cosnier;
14. DNA-assisted dispersion of multi-walled CNTs in epoxy polymer matrix Susanna Laurenzi, Matteo Sirilli, Mirko Pinna and M. Gabriella Santonicola;
15. Methods for dispersion of carbon nanotubes in water and common solvents Boris I. Kharisov, Oxana V. Kharissova and Ubaldo Ortiz Méndez.
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
3 of 4


4 of 4
Don Futaba
Yoke Khin Yap Michigan Technological University.
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
5 of 4
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown