Special Issue "Carbon Nanotubes: Present and Future"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2020.
Interests: theoretical physics; condensed matter; biophysics; physical chemistry; nanoscience and nanotechnology; nanocarbon based composites; biomedical applications
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Interests: materials; nanomaterials; material characterization; nanomaterials synthesis; material characteristics; nanostructured materials; polymers; nanoparticle synthesis; molecular biology; thin films and nanotechnology
Carbon nanotubes exhibit remarkable electrical conductivity. They also have exceptional tensile strength and thermal conductivity, because of their nanostructure and the strength of the bonds between carbon atoms. In addition, they can be chemically modified. These properties are expected to be valuable in many areas of technology, such as electronics, optics, composite materials (replacing or complementing carbon fibers), nanotechnology, and other applications of materials science.
At this stage, research on carbon nanotube applications spans a wide variety of sectors, ranging from composite materials, nanoelectronics, flat panel displays, sensors, and nanomedical devices to novel instrumentation. This Special Issue will provide a timely and comprehensive overview of the state of nanocarbon materials and their applications, with a particular focus on carbon nanotubes.
Prof. Stefano Bellucci
Dr. Federico Micciulla
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- nanocarbons—grapheme, graphite, carbon nanotubes, carbon fibers, fullerenes
- growth mechanisms
- optical absorption