Synthesis and Applications of Nanocarbons

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  • Published: 17 September 2020
  • ISBN: 978-1-119-42938-8
  • Author: Jean-Charles Arnault, Dominik Eder, Nianjun Yang
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crucial overview of the cutting-edge in nanocarbon research and applications 

In Synthesis and Applications of Nanocarbons, the distinguished authors have set out to discuss fundamental topics, synthetic approaches, materials challenges, and various applications of this rapidly developing technology. Nanocarbons have recently emerged as a promising material for chemical, energy, environmental, and medical applications because of their unique chemical properties and their rich surface chemistries. This book is the latest entry in the Wiley book series Nanocarbon Chemistry and Interfaces and seeks to comprehensively address many of the newly surfacing areas of controversy and development in the field. 

This book introduces foundational concepts in nanocarbon technology, hybrids, and applications, while also covering the most recent and cutting-edge developments in this area of study.  

Synthesis and Applications of Nanocarbons addresses new discoveries in the field, including: 

·         Nanodiamonds 

·         Onion-like carbons 

·         Carbon nanotubes 

·         Fullerenes 

·         Carbon dots 

·         Carbon fibers 

·         Graphene 

·         Aerographite 

This book provides a transversal view of the various nanocarbon materials and hybrids and helps to share knowledge between the communities of each material and hybrid type. 

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