Modification of nanotube-based materials by ion beam deposition

Computational studies

Yanhong Hu, Boris Ni, Susan B. Sinnott

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Abstract

Carbon nanotubes attract much attention because of their unusual structures and properties. And, like graphite, they are fairly unreactive chemically. In order to capitalize on their extraordinary properties on a macroscopic scale, the chemical modification of nanotubes is worth exploration. In this paper, the functionalization of single-walled nanotube bundles, carbon nanotube/polymer composites and carbon nanopeapods is explored using polyatomicion beam deposition in classical molecular dynamics simulations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials
EditorsS.M. Mukhopadhyay, S. Seal, N. Dahotre, A. Agarwal, al et al
Pages119-128
Number of pages10
StatePublished - Jul 14 2004
EventMPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials - Charlotte, NC., United States
Duration: Mar 14 2004Mar 18 2004

Publication series

NameMPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials

Other

OtherMPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials
CountryUnited States
CityCharlotte, NC.
Period3/14/043/18/04

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Nanotubes
Ion beams
Carbon nanotubes
Chemical modification
Molecular dynamics
Graphite
Carbon
Computer simulation
Composite materials
Polymers

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Hu, Y., Ni, B., & Sinnott, S. B. (2004). Modification of nanotube-based materials by ion beam deposition: Computational studies. In S. M. Mukhopadhyay, S. Seal, N. Dahotre, A. Agarwal, & A. et al (Eds.), MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials (pp. 119-128). (MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials).
Hu, Yanhong ; Ni, Boris ; Sinnott, Susan B. / Modification of nanotube-based materials by ion beam deposition : Computational studies. MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials. editor / S.M. Mukhopadhyay ; S. Seal ; N. Dahotre ; A. Agarwal ; al et al. 2004. pp. 119-128 (MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials).
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Hu, Y, Ni, B & Sinnott, SB 2004, Modification of nanotube-based materials by ion beam deposition: Computational studies. in SM Mukhopadhyay, S Seal, N Dahotre, A Agarwal & A et al (eds), MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials. MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials, pp. 119-128, MPMD Fifth Global Innovations Proceedings, Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials and Trends in LIGA, Miniaturization, and Nanoscale Materials, Charlotte, NC., United States, 3/14/04.

Modification of nanotube-based materials by ion beam deposition : Computational studies. / Hu, Yanhong; Ni, Boris; Sinnott, Susan B.

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