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By Noorhana Yahya

This quantity covers all facets of carbon and oxide dependent nanostructured fabrics. the subjects comprise synthesis, characterization and alertness of carbon-based specifically carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibres, fullerenes, carbon crammed composites and so forth. additionally, steel oxides specifically, ZnO, TiO2, Fe2O3, ferrites, garnets etc., for varied functions like sensors, sunlight cells, transformers, antennas, catalysts, batteries, lubricants, are awarded. The e-book additionally contains the modeling of oxide and carbon dependent nanomaterials. The publication covers the subjects: • Synthesis, characterization and alertness of carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibres, fullerenes • Synthesis, characterization and alertness of oxide established nanomaterials. • Nanostructured magnetic and electrical fabrics and their purposes. • Nanostructured fabrics for petro-chemical undefined. • Oxide and carbon dependent skinny movies for electronics and sustainable power. • idea, calculations and modeling of nanostructured materials.

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Wang et al. shown that the longer the time of synthesis, the higher the length and diameter of nanotubes produced, which was suggested to correlate with the grain size of catalyst particles (the longer the growth time, the larger the iron catalyst particles). The bamboo-like morphology of nanotubes was again observed. The doping levels of nitrogen were estimated by EELS at 9% [101]. Lee et al. used acetylene and ammonia in argon and varied the growth temperature from 750 to 950 C. 6 %wt was observed by elemental analysis [102].

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