Topic 6 - Structure and Properteis of Carbon Nanotubes

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Unformatted text preview: ructure and Properties of ructure and Properties of Structure and Properties of Structure and Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Carbon Nanotubes MS&E 803: Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials Fall 2009, Prof. Mike Arnold Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Who cares about carbon nanotubes? Who cares about carbon nanotubes? Papers about carbon nanotubes 10000 8000 rs 6000 000 hed pape 4000 2000 Publish 2008 2004 2000 1996 1992 Year Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Exponential growth then linear growth Forms of carbon nanotubes Forms of carbon nanotubes Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Structure Structure Twist Diameter Nanotube Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 How does structure affect properties? How does structure affect properties? (6, 0) (5, 0) Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Graphene band structure Graphene band structure Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 ( n , m ) Defines structure of nanotube ) Defines structure of nanotube Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Physical structure Physical structure Saito and Dresselhaus (4, 2) nanotube Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Physical structure as a fn of ( Physical structure as a fn of ( n , m ) Saito and Dresselhaus Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Distinguishing three Distinguishing three ‐ fold symmetry fold symmetry Space group 3 1 3 2 Prof. Michael Arnold, MS&E 803 – Structure and Properties of Advanced Electronic Materials, Fall 2009 Kelly, Groves, and Kidd Crystallography and Crystal Defects Results of quantum confinement Results of quantum confinement...
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