Introduction to molecular nanostructures
- Conference date: 3-10 March 2001
- Location: Kirchberg, Tirol (Austria)
Molecular nanostructures, including fullerenes and nanotubes, are unique nanomaterials with interesting properties that suit them to a range of applications. This paper provides a review of current research into fullerenes and carbon nanotubes, the state of the art in terms of their synthesis and purification as well as the techniques used to characterize their extraordinary electronic and mechanical properties. Examples of the use of such nanomaterials are previewed and form the basis of the papers presented at this conference (author names denoted in text), dedicated to molecular nanostructures.
- Molecular nanostructures
- Carbon nanotubes
- Mechanical properties
- Nanomaterial properties
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