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By Sie Chin Tjong

Delivering a wide perception into the capability functions of carbon nanotubes with metals and ceramic fabrics as a matrix, this e-book specializes in the training and the microstructural, actual, and mechanical characterizations of such novel nanocomposites. It beneficial properties info on present synthesis and structure-property-relationships of metals and ceramics bolstered with CNT, organizing the big array of surveys scattered during the literature in one monograph. With its laboratory protocols and information tables this is often important examining for learn staff and lecturers, in addition to for utilized scientists and body of workers.

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1996) Single-walled nanotubes produced by metal-catalyzed disproportionation of carbon dioxide. Chemical Physics Letters, 260, 471–475. H. E. (2000) Controlled production of single-wall carbon nanotubes by catalytic decomposition of CO on bimetallic Co-Mo catalysts. Chemical Physics Letters, 317, 497–503. E. E. (2001) Relationship between the structure/ composition of Co-Mo catalysts and their ability to produce single-walled carbon nanotubes by CO disproportionation. Journal of Catalysis, 204, 129–145.

As mentioned above, the fracture tensile strain of CNTs predicted by the MD simulations could reach up to 30% [136], or even higher depending on simulated temperature and interatomic potential model adopted [150]. Recently, Huang et al. 15% [151]. 2000  C. 15). In other words, CNT deformed in a superplastic mode at elevated temperatures. 3 V inside a TEM. 3 V. As a result, kinks and point defects are fully activated in the nanotube, resulting in superplastic deformation. For VGCFs, the modulus has a strong dependence on the graphite plane misorientation [13].

4 Purification of Carbon Nanotubes are oxidized in air, pure oxygen or chlorine atmosphere at 500  C [98]. However, oxidative treatment suffers the risk of burning off more than 95% of the nanotube materials [97]. Another drawback of gas-phase oxidation is inhomogeneity of the gas/solid mixture. The liquid-phase oxidative treatment can be carried out simply by dipping nanotubes into strong acids such as concentrated HNO3, H2SO4, mixed 3 : 1 solution of H2SO4 and HNO3, or other strong oxidizing agents such as KMnO4, HClO4 and H2O2.

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