5 edition of Fullerenes found in the catalog.
April 30, 2007
by Royal Society of Chemistry
Written in English
|Contributions||Fernando Langa (Editor), Jean-François Nierengarten (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
Marina A. Petrukhina received her PhD from Moscow State University in and is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Albany. She has published over research papers in scientific journals. Authors Marina A. Petrukhina and Lawrence T. Scott talk about their new book Fragments of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes. This book is a review of the science and technology of the element carbon and its allotropes: graphite, diamond and the fullerenes. This field has expanded greatly in the last three decades stimulated by many major discoveries such as carbon fibers, low-pressure diamond, and the fullerenes.
The smallest stable fullerene is composed of 60 carbon atoms, 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. These form a shape like a soccer ball. The name fullerene was derived from the surname of Richard Buckminster Fuller whose geodesic dome structure is an exact replica of the structure of fullerene C They discuss the structure, properties, and behavior of carbon fullerenes, including the smallest possible fullerene: C The book also looks at inorganic fullerenes, such as boron fullerenes, silicon fullerenes, nanocones, and onion-like inorganic fullerenes.
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Nov 04, · About this book. In this handbook, the leading experts in the field presents important and fundamental aspects of the organic and organometallic chemistry of fullerenes.
Naturally they also cover the applications in material and medicinal science for these fascinating molecules. Completely self-contained, the book is logically arranged such. A fullerene is an allotrope of carbon whose molecule consists of carbon atoms connected by single and double bonds so as to form a closed or partially closed mesh, with fused rings of five to seven atoms.
Fullerenes book molecule may be a hollow sphere, ellipsoid, tube, or many other shapes and sizes. Graphene (isolated atomic layers of graphite), which is a flat mesh of regular hexagonal rings, can be. The discovery of fullerenes (also known as buckyballs) has generated tremendous excitement and opened up a new field of carbon chemistry.
As the first book available on this topic, this volume will be a landmark reference in the field. Fullerenes (originally buckminster fullerenes) are a new class of carbon-only molecules where 60 carbon atoms (C60) are arranged in a soccer-ball structure. The first example of fullerenes was discovered in Fullerenes are a large class of allotropes of carbon and have attracted considerable attention in different fields of science since their discovery.
Feb 16, · At the interface between chemistry, biology, and physics, fullerenes were one of the first objects to be dissected, scanned, and studied by the modern multi-specialty biotech community and are currently thriving in both research and practical egypharmed2018.com by: Fullerene, any of a series of hollow carbon molecules that form either a closed cage (‘buckyballs’) or a cylinder (carbon ‘nanotubes’).
The first fullerene was discovered in by Sir Harold W. Kroto, Richard E. Smalley, and Robert F. Curl, Jr., for which the trio won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
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Cited by: About this Book In this handbook, the leading experts in the field presents important and fundamental aspects of the organic and organometallic chemistry of fullerenes.
Naturally they also cover the applications in material and medicinal science for these fascinating molecules. Jul 06, · This is a nice book, indeed - valuable contents, a pleasant form.
The book is a contributed volume of fifteen carefully selected chapters. The first contribution (although the author is not specified) suggests a systematic nomenclature for fullerenes, e.g.
C60 - fullerene, and numbering egypharmed2018.com by: Written by leading experts in the field the book summarises the basic principles of fullerene chemistry but also highlights some of the most remarkable advances that have occurred in recent years. Fullerenes: Principles and Applications will appeal to researchers in both academia and industry.
Fullerene chemistry is a field of organic chemistry devoted to the chemical properties of fullerenes. Research in this field is driven by the need to functionalize fullerenes and tune their properties. For example, fullerene is notoriously insoluble and adding a suitable group can enhance solubility.
By adding a polymerizable group, a fullerene polymer can be obtained. Functionalized. Jul 06, · Fullerenes-a guide to the current state of knowledge in the field The last decade has seen an explosion of research into the chemical and physical properties of a promising new class of carbon-based materials known as fullerenes.
Karl Kadish and Rodney Ruoff, two highly recognized leaders in the fullerene and nanotube research community, edit a comprehensive and much-needed survey of this. Fullerenes normalize nervous processes, influencing the exchange of neurotransmitters, improving efficiency and resistance to stress.
In addition, Fullerenes have apparent anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effect, because of that they relieve pain, suppress a wide range of allergic diseases and improve immunity.
Mar 20, · The book provides a comprehensive overview of endohedral fullerenes focused on the new advances in the past decade, including its fundamentals (structures), synthesis, isolation, characterization, properties, functionalization as well as the applications, thus representing the most updated and broad review of this exciting field.
Contents:Brand: World Scientific Publishing Company. In the period of rapid and intensive development of general electronics, this book entitled Fullerenes and Relative Materials - Properties and Applications is quite systematic and useful.
It considers some aspects on synthesis, structural, vibrational, tribology, and optical properties of the fullerenes and relative materials.
Some parts of the book present the specific area of the Author: Natalia V. Kamanina. Compounds composed solely of an even number of carbon atoms, which form a @[email protected] fused-ring @[email protected] with twelve five-membered rings and the rest six-membered rings.
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The book provides a comprehensive overview of endohedral fullerenes focused on the new advances in the past decade, including its fundamentals (structures), synthesis, isolation, characterization, properties, functionalization as well as the applications, thus representing the most.
May 01, · “The editors have done excellent work in compiling this book. As a whole, it is an invaluable source for all advanced undergraduates and graduate students, scientists in Chemistry, Physics, and Materials Science, researchers and professionals who are interested in endohedral fullerenes and all-carbon nanomaterials.
The field of nanoscience was pioneered in the s with the groundbreaking research on clusters, which later led to the discovery of fullerenes.
Handbook of Nanophysics: Clusters and Fullerenes focuses on the fundamental physics of these nanoscale materials and structures. Each peer-reviewed chapte. Mar 20, · The discovery of fullerenes (also known as buckyballs) has generated tremendous excitement and opened up a new field of carbon chemistry.
As the first book available on this topic, this volume will be a landmark reference in the egypharmed2018.com: Fullerenes resonate in the far infrared spectrum with all forms of living matter.
They are thought to be connected with the generation of life. Fullerenes in shungite. The rock deposit found in Russia (shungite) is the only known natural source of fullerenes on Earth (with the exception of a few meteorites).SYNTHESIS OF FULLERENES AND FULLERENIC NANOSTRUCTURES IN A LOW-PRESSURE BENZENE/OXYGEN DIFFUSION FLAME PETER HEBGEN, 1ANISH GOEL,1 JACK B.
HOWARD, LENORE C. RAINEY2 and JOHN B. VANDER SANDE2 1Department of Chemical Engineering 2Department of Material Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 .