Carbon Nanotubes
Carbon Nanotubes . By. Bryan Sequeira. Bertug Kaleli. Murshed Alam. Farooq Akbar. Zac Lochner

http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/Courses/ee240/studentprojects/spr2005/group3.ppt

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Carbon nanotubes
Who found first nanotube? 1970: Morinobu Endo– First carbon filaments of nanometer dimensions, as part of his PhD studies at the University of Orleans in France.

http://www.phy.ohiou.edu/~hla/C-Nanotubes.ppt

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Carbon Nanotubes
University of Notre Dame . Why do Carbon Nanotubes form? Carbon Graphite (Ambient conditions) sp 2 hybridization: planar

http://www.nd.edu/%257Egsnider/EE698A/Shishir-Rai-CarbonNanotubes.ppt

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Electron diffraction on carbon nanotubes
Electron diffraction on carbon nanotubes . Marko Vir?ek. adviser: doc. dr. Maja Rem?kar

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Multiwall Carbon Nanotube – Carbon Composites
The extraordinary properties of carbon nanotubes (CNT)

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Carbon Nanotubes: theory and applications
Institute of Optics, University of Rochester . 1 . Carbon Nanotubes: theory and applications . Yijing Fu 1, Qing Yu 2. 1 Institute of Optics, University of Rochester

http://www.ece.rochester.edu/courses/ECE580/docs/Nanotubes_Fu.ppt

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Methods for Carbon Nanotube Synthesis
2 . Presentation Overview . Background; Nomenclature; Carbon Nanotube Classification; Applications; CVD; Synthesis Techniques; Nanotube Synthesis By CVD Process

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Carbon Nanotubes
What are carbon nanotubes??? Carbon nanotubes are a type of carbon crystal in a cylindrical shape; Has a length to diameter ratio of up to 132 million to 1

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Carbon Nanotubes
Material . Modulus (GPa) Diamond . 1000 . Silicon . 107 . Iron . 196 . Low Alloy Steels . 200-207 . Nylon . 3-3.4 . Silicon Carbide (SiC) 450 Carbon Nanotubes

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Application of Nanotubes
The previous computer activity helped you identify three different structures of carbon nanotubes (CNTs). This

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