Carbon Nanostructures

@article{Shenderova2002CarbonN,
  title={Carbon Nanostructures},
  author={Olga A. Shenderova and Victor V. Zhirnov and Donald W. Brenner},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={227 - 356}
}
ABSTRACT An overview of the various carbon structures with characteristic sizes in the nanoscale region is presented, with special attention devoted to the structures and properties of ‘nanodiamond’ and carbon nanotubes. The term ‘nanodiamond’ is used broadly for a variety of diamond-based materials at the nanoscale ranging from single diamond clusters to bulk nanocrystalline films. Only selected properties of carbon nanotubes are discussed, with an aim to summarize the most recent discoveries… 

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