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Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene and Related Nanostructures

Volume 1407

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R. A. Al-Duhaileb, K. Xie, V. M. Ayres, R. M. Ronningen, A. F. Zeller, T. Baumann, A. Hirata, Naili Yue, Yong Zhang, Raphael Tsu, Liumin Zou, Keita Konishi, Morihisa Hoga, Kanji Yoh, V. Z. Mordkovich, A. R. Karaeva, M. A. Khaskov, I. G. Solomonik, E. B. Mitberg, B. A. Kulnitskiy, I. A. Perezhogin, R. Parret, D. Levshov, T. X. Than, D. Nakabayashi, T. Michel, M. Paillet, R. Arenal, V. N. Popov, V. Jourdain, Yu. I. Yuzyuk, A. A. Zahab, J.-L. Sauvajol, Katherine McDonell, Gwénaëlle Proust, Luming Shen, Barbara M. Nichols, Yasmine R. Doleyres, Gregory P. Meissner, Alexander Boosalis, Tino Hofmann, Vanya Darakchieva, Rositza Yakimova, Tom Tiwald, Mathias Schubert, S. B. Legoas, R. P. B. dos Santos, K. S. Troche, V. R. Coluci, Douglas S. Galvao, Yuki Sakai, Susumu Saito, Ricardo P. dos Santos, Leonardo D. Machado, Celal Yelgel , Gyaneshwar P. Srivastava, Gustavo Brunetto, Bruno I. Santos, Pedro A. S. Autreto, Leonadro D. Machado, Ricardo P. B. dos Santos, Andrew L. J. Pang, Viacheslav Sorkin, Yong-Wei Zhang, S. Seto, N. Arai, K. Shintani, Bing Huang, Qiang Xu, Su-Huai Wei, Douglas S. Galvão, Paul Plachinda, Raj Solanki, David Evans, Geoffrey W. Rogers, Jefferson Z. Liu, Kofi W. Adu, Ruwantha Jayasingha, Danhao Ma, Gamini U. Sumanasekera, Adrianus I. Aria, Morteza Gharib, R. Enright, R. Mitchell, H. Mutha, C. Lv, M. Christiansen, C. V. Thompson, E. N. Wang, John Lake, Zuki Tanaka, Bin Chen, Congwei Wang, Asa H. Barber, J. W. Dickinson, F. P. L. Andrieux, C. Boxall, Xin Wang, Wei Liu, Qian Jiang, Mohammad S. Harb, Qingwen Li, Yuntian Zhu, Elena Cimpoiasu, David Lashmore, Brian White, George A. Levin, Da Zhao, Tao Liu, Mei Zhang, Jen-Ming Chen, Ben Wang, Hai H. Van, Chuck Zhang, Tianhua Yu, Edwin Kim, Nikhil Jain, Bin Yu, T. Uchino, G. N. Ayre, D. C. Smith, J. L. Hutchison, C. H. de Groot, P. Ashburn, Xiaomu Wang, Chengliang Wang, Jian-Bin Xu, Daneesh O. Simien, Clayton E. Simien, Kristen Felice, Yang Xu, Yan Han, G. D. R. Banoukepa, M. Ichikawa, R. Antony, M. Dutreilh-Colas, B. Ratier, Yuichi Kato, Ayaka Inoue, Naotoshi Nakashima, Yasuro Niidome, Markus Pesonen, Himadri S. Majumdar, Jussi Kauppila, Jukka Lukkari, Ronald Österbacka, Silpa Kona, Cindy K. Harnett
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  • Date Published: July 2012
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  • isbn: 9781605113845

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  • Carbon nanotubes, graphene, and related nanostructures have attracted tremendous attentions for their unique structures and intriguing properties. These nanomaterials have been widely investigated, from theory, synthesis and characterization to applications in electronic devices, electron field emission displays, energy generation and storage, and biological and chemical sensors, etc. In addition, non-carbon nanostructures such as nanotubes and nanosheets of boron nitride (BN), boron-carbon nitride (BCN), have gained increasing interest. To facilitate scientific interaction among students and researchers on the latest advancement in this area, Symposium AA, “Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene and Related Nanostructures,” was organized and held at the 2011 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. This was the largest symposium in the meeting and it emphasized all research aspects of carbon and non-carbon nanotubes and related nanostructures. This proceedings volume consists of peer-reviewed papers presented in the symposium, including invited and contributed presentations.

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    • Date Published: July 2012
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781605113845
    • length: 270 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 158 x 19 mm
    • weight: 0.52kg
    • contains: 153 b/w illus. 13 tables
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - no date available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Synthesis and Characterization:
    1. Investigations of zipping mechanism in relativistic heavy ion interactions with carbon onions
    2. Selective formation of graphene on a Si wafer
    3. Fabrication of graphene network via nanoimprint lithography
    4. Water concentration influence on catalytic growth of carbon nanotubes in a suspended bed reactor
    Part II. Spectroscopy and Microscopy:
    5. Raman spectroscopy on individual identified carbon nanotubes
    6. Nanoengineering carbon nanotubes: the effects of electron irradiation on nanotube structure
    7. Annealing temperature and substrate effects on the Raman spectra of transferred CVD graphene
    8. Spectroscopic mapping ellipsometry of graphene grown on 3C SiC
    Part III. Theoretical Investigation:
    9. On the existence of ordered phases of encapsulated diamondoids into carbon nanotubes
    10. Geometries and electronic structure of graphene and hexagonal BN superlattices
    11. Tribological properties of graphene and boron-nitride layers: a fully atomistic molecular dynamics study
    12. Energy band gap modification of graphene deposited on a multilayer hexagonal boron nitride substrate
    13. A nonzero gap two-dimensional carbon allotrope from porous graphene
    14. Self-assembly of graphene nanoribbons with unsaturated edges
    15. Atomistic study of the morphology of graphene on Si and SiC substrates
    16. Graphene adsorbed on corundum surface: clean interface and band gap opening
    17. Multi-million fully atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of yarn formation from carbon nanotube forests
    18. Engineering of graphene band structure by haptic functionalization
    Part IV. Mechanical, Electromechanical, and Energy-Related Properties:
    19. Graphene electromechanical actuation
    origins, optimization and applications
    20. Temperature dependent thermopower and resistance measurements of CNT-MgB2 composites
    21. Effect of dry oxidation on the performance of carbon nanotube arrays, electrochemical capacitors
    22. Diffusion-bonded CNT carpets for fundamental CDI studies
    23. Graphene composite materials for supercapacitor electrodes
    24. Combined AFM-SEM testing for mechanical property determination of graphene oxide paper
    25. Fabrication and characterisation of the first graphene ring micro electrodes (GRIMEs)
    26. Multifunctional nanoprepregs based on aligned carbon nanotube sheets
    Part V. Electrical Properties:
    27. Anisotropic magnetoresistance of stretched sheets of carbon nanotubes
    28. Nanotube-enhanced aerosol-jet printed electronics for embedded sensing of composite structural health
    29. Field emission device made from multiwalled carbon nanotube sheet
    30. Multilayer graphene-based carbon interconnect
    31. CMOS compatible growth of carbon nanotubes and their application in field-effect transistors
    32. P-N junction formation in electron-beam irradiated graphene step
    33. 1/f noise in length sorted single-walled carbon nanotubes at their critical percolation conditions
    34. CVD-graphene complementary logic on ultra-thin multilayer hexagonal boron nitride
    Part VI. Biological and Chemical Properties:
    35. Characterizations of PEDOT:PSS/SWCNT organic anodes
    36. Exchange of oligonucleotide (dC15) on single-walled carbon nanotubes
    37. Large-scale solution processable graphene-based thin film devices
    38. Graphene in plastic packages: a low cost construction method for resistive chemical sensors.

  • Editor

    Yoke Khin Yap, Michigan Technological University

    Contributors

    R. A. Al-Duhaileb, K. Xie, V. M. Ayres, R. M. Ronningen, A. F. Zeller, T. Baumann, A. Hirata, Naili Yue, Yong Zhang, Raphael Tsu, Liumin Zou, Keita Konishi, Morihisa Hoga, Kanji Yoh, V. Z. Mordkovich, A. R. Karaeva, M. A. Khaskov, I. G. Solomonik, E. B. Mitberg, B. A. Kulnitskiy, I. A. Perezhogin, R. Parret, D. Levshov, T. X. Than, D. Nakabayashi, T. Michel, M. Paillet, R. Arenal, V. N. Popov, V. Jourdain, Yu. I. Yuzyuk, A. A. Zahab, J.-L. Sauvajol, Katherine McDonell, Gwénaëlle Proust, Luming Shen, Barbara M. Nichols, Yasmine R. Doleyres, Gregory P. Meissner, Alexander Boosalis, Tino Hofmann, Vanya Darakchieva, Rositza Yakimova, Tom Tiwald, Mathias Schubert, S. B. Legoas, R. P. B. dos Santos, K. S. Troche, V. R. Coluci, Douglas S. Galvao, Yuki Sakai, Susumu Saito, Ricardo P. dos Santos, Leonardo D. Machado, Celal Yelgel , Gyaneshwar P. Srivastava, Gustavo Brunetto, Bruno I. Santos, Pedro A. S. Autreto, Leonadro D. Machado, Ricardo P. B. dos Santos, Andrew L. J. Pang, Viacheslav Sorkin, Yong-Wei Zhang, S. Seto, N. Arai, K. Shintani, Bing Huang, Qiang Xu, Su-Huai Wei, Douglas S. Galvão, Paul Plachinda, Raj Solanki, David Evans, Geoffrey W. Rogers, Jefferson Z. Liu, Kofi W. Adu, Ruwantha Jayasingha, Danhao Ma, Gamini U. Sumanasekera, Adrianus I. Aria, Morteza Gharib, R. Enright, R. Mitchell, H. Mutha, C. Lv, M. Christiansen, C. V. Thompson, E. N. Wang, John Lake, Zuki Tanaka, Bin Chen, Congwei Wang, Asa H. Barber, J. W. Dickinson, F. P. L. Andrieux, C. Boxall, Xin Wang, Wei Liu, Qian Jiang, Mohammad S. Harb, Qingwen Li, Yuntian Zhu, Elena Cimpoiasu, David Lashmore, Brian White, George A. Levin, Da Zhao, Tao Liu, Mei Zhang, Jen-Ming Chen, Ben Wang, Hai H. Van, Chuck Zhang, Tianhua Yu, Edwin Kim, Nikhil Jain, Bin Yu, T. Uchino, G. N. Ayre, D. C. Smith, J. L. Hutchison, C. H. de Groot, P. Ashburn, Xiaomu Wang, Chengliang Wang, Jian-Bin Xu, Daneesh O. Simien, Clayton E. Simien, Kristen Felice, Yang Xu, Yan Han, G. D. R. Banoukepa, M. Ichikawa, R. Antony, M. Dutreilh-Colas, B. Ratier, Yuichi Kato, Ayaka Inoue, Naotoshi Nakashima, Yasuro Niidome, Markus Pesonen, Himadri S. Majumdar, Jussi Kauppila, Jukka Lukkari, Ronald Österbacka, Silpa Kona, Cindy K. Harnett

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