Oxidic nanotubes and nanorods--anisotropic modules for a future nanotechnology.


The discovery of carbon nanotubes in 1991 is a milestone in nanomaterials research. Since then, more and more anisotropic nanoparticles have been detected and characterized. The development of nanodevices might benefit from the distinct morphology and high aspect ratio of nanorods and nanotubes as these can be functionalized in unique ways such as… (More)



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@article{Patzke2002OxidicNA, title={Oxidic nanotubes and nanorods--anisotropic modules for a future nanotechnology.}, author={Greta R Patzke and Frank Krumeich and Reinhard Nesper}, journal={Angewandte Chemie}, year={2002}, volume={41 14}, pages={2446-61} }