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Carbon-based nanoscience

Michele Lazzeri and Amelia Barreiro
Carbon-based nanoscience (in Graphitic carbon, Olivier Beyssac (editor) and Douglas Rumble (editor))
Elements (December 2014) 10 (6): 447-452


Fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and graphene are nanometer-sized forms of carbon with the properties of almost ideal low-dimensional systems. These systems have been at the center of exceptionally intense scientific interest. They have been considered not only as objects of fundamental research but also as components in a wide range of possible applications. In popular science, their names are synonymous with nanotechnology.

ISSN: 1811-5209
Serial Title: Elements
Serial Volume: 10
Serial Issue: 6
Title: Carbon-based nanoscience
Title: Graphitic carbon
Author(s): Lazzeri, MicheleBarreiro, Amelia
Author(s): Beyssac, Oliviereditor
Author(s): Rumble, Douglaseditor
Affiliation: Universite de Paris VI-Sorbonne, Institut de Mineralogie, de Physique des Materiaux, et de Cosmochimie, Paris, France
Affiliation: Universite Paris VI-Sorbonne, Departement de Mineralogie, de Physique des materiaux, et de Cosmochimie, Paris, France
Pages: 447-452
Published: 201412
Text Language: English
Publisher: Mineralogical Society of America and Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and Mineralogical Association of Canada and Geochemical Society and Clay Minerals Society, International
References: 31
Accession Number: 2015-007791
Categories: Mineralogy of non-silicates
Document Type: Serial
Bibliographic Level: Analytic
Illustration Description: illus.
Secondary Affiliation: Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA, United StatesColumbia University, USA, United States
Country of Publication: International
Secondary Affiliation: GeoRef, Copyright 2017, American Geosciences Institute.
Update Code: 201504
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