By Ying (Ian) Chen
Nanotubes and nanosheets are low-dimensional nanomaterials with detailed homes that may be exploited for various functions. This ebook bargains a whole evaluation in their constitution, houses, improvement, modeling techniques, and sensible use. It focuses realization on boron nitride (BN) nanotubes, that have had significant curiosity given their precise high-temperature homes, in addition to graphene nanosheets, BN nanosheets, and steel oxide nanosheets. Key subject matters contain floor functionalization of nanotubes for composite purposes, wetting estate adjustments for biocompatible environments, and graphene for strength garage functions.
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