A novel hybrid carbon material.

@article{Nasibulin2007ANH,
  title={A novel hybrid carbon material.},
  author={Albert G. Nasibulin and Peter V. Pikhitsa and H. G. Jiang and David P. Brown and Arkady V Krasheninnikov and Anton S. Anisimov and Paula Queipo and Anna Moisala and David Gonz{\'a}lez and G{\"u}nther Lientschnig and Abdou Hassanien and Sergey D. Shandakov and Giulio Lolli and Daniel E. Resasco and Mansoo Choi and David Tom{\'a}nek and Esko I. Kauppinen},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={
          156-61
        }
}
  • Albert G. Nasibulin, Peter V. Pikhitsa, +14 authors Esko I. Kauppinen
  • Published in Nature nanotechnology 2007
  • Medicine, Physics
  • Both fullerenes and single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) exhibit many advantageous properties. Despite the similarities between these two forms of carbon, there have been very few attempts to physically merge them. We have discovered a novel hybrid material that combines fullerenes and SWNTs into a single structure in which the fullerenes are covalently bonded to the outer surface of the SWNTs. These fullerene-functionalized SWNTs, which we have termed NanoBuds, were selectively synthesized… CONTINUE READING

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