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nanotube worksheet - Week 12 Workshop: Nanotechnology...

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Week 12 Workshop: Nanotechnology Worksheet ENGE 1024 Name: Mike Hembling Fall 2011 Instructions: Complete the following questions based on the Nanotechnology related activities you did in today’s workshop. You will complete Part 4 on your own after watching a 10 minute video. The link to this video is posted to the Main Scholar site as part of Assignment 12. Due Date: You will submit the completed worksheet as part of Homework 12 to the Main Scholar site. Homework 12 is due at 5 pm on Wednesday, November 16 th . After downloading the wrapping-program please follow the instructions from your Workshop Leader to generate three different carbon nanotubes with chirality values (n=10, m=10), (n=10, m=0) and (n=10, m=9). A nanotube with n=m is called armchair, while a nanotube with m=0 is called zigzag. All other nanotubes are called chiral nanotubes. Save the picture of each nanotube as a jpeg file. Attach it here under the corresponding label: Armchair nanotube Zigzag nanotube Chiral nanotube Page 1 of 8
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Nanotechnology Worksheet ENGE 1024 Name: Mike Hembling Fall 2011 1. What differences do you observe in the carbon sheets or the nanotubes that you built using the wrapping-program with different values of chirality? There is one difference that seems to stand out between the nanotubes.
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course ENGE 90658 taught by Professor Reap during the Fall '11 term at Virginia Tech.

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