Chemical Attachment of Organic Functional Groups to Single-walled Carbon Nanotube Material

@article{Chen1998ChemicalAO,
  title={Chemical Attachment of Organic Functional Groups to Single-walled Carbon Nanotube Material},
  author={Yongsheng Chen and R. Haddon and S. Fang and A. Rao and P. Eklund and W. Lee and E. Dickey and E. Grulke and J. Pendergrass and A. Chavan and B. Haley and R. Smalley},
  journal={Journal of Materials Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={13},
  pages={2423-2431}
}
We have subjected single-walled carbon nanotube materials (SWNTM's) to a variety of organic functionalization reactions. These reactions include radioactive photolabeling studies using diradical and nitrene sources, and treatment with dichlorocarbene and Birch reduction conditions. All of the reactions provide evidence for chemical attachment to the SWNTM's, but because of the impure nature of the staring materials, we are unable to ascertain the site of reaction. In the case of dichlorocarbene… Expand

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