This book overviews the current status of research and development activities of CNTs in nanodevices, nanomaterials, or nanofabrication. This book presents 15 state-of-the-art review articles that cover CNT synthesis technologies for growing highly orientated CNTs, chirality-pure CNTs and CNTs at a large throughput and low cost, CNT assembly techni

part 1|1 pages

Fundamental Properties of Carbon Nanotubes

chapter 1|18 pages

1 Bonding Between Carbon Atoms

chapter 1|3 pages

5O pt

chapter |8 pages

(a) (b)

1.5.2 Excit

chapter 2|3 pages

Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes

BySan Hua Lim, Jianyi Lin

chapter 2|39 pages

3 Laser A

chapter 3|43 pages

3 Approaches to CNT Assembly

3.3.1 Synthetic Approaches

chapter 4|4 pages

Separation of Metallic and Semiconducting Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes

ByYuan Chen, Andrew Keong Ng, Shihe Bai, Rongmei Si

part 4|2 pages

3 Elec tric Conductivity

chapter 4|7 pages

5 Chem ical R

chapter 4|15 pages


chapter 5|45 pages

Electronic Applications of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

ByHong Li, Qing Zhang

chapter 5|9 pages

4  Other Electronic Devices

chapter 6|18 pages

Carbon Electronics for High-Frequency Applications

ByHenri Happy,Laurianne Nougaret,Nan Meng,Emmanuelle

chapter 7|8 pages

From Bulk TFETs to CNT-TFETs: Status and Trends

ByChong Guan Low, Qing Zhang

chapter 7|10 pages

4 TFET Design Trends

7.4.1 Source/Drain Engineering

chapter 7|12 pages

5 Temperature Dependency of TFETs

chapter 8|19 pages

Transistors Based on Carbon Nanotube Random Networks

ByLain-Jong Li, Chun-Wei Lee

part 9|1 pages

Carbon Nanotube Field Emission Technology for Vacuum Electronic Device Applications

chapter 9|24 pages


chapter 9|5 pages

4 Summary and Future

chapter |16 pages

T (K)

chapter 11|21 pages

Carbon Nanotube-Based Biosensors

ByLiang Su, Wenzhao Jia, Yu Lei

chapter 11|39 pages

5 Carbon Nanotube-Based Electrochemical Bios

part 12|1 pages

Carbon Nanotube-Based Gas Sensors: A State of the Art

chapter 12|25 pages

1 Introduction

chapter 13|26 pages

Carbon Nanotubes and Their Composites for Viscoelastic Applications

ByEdwin Hang Tong Teo, Maziar Shakerzadeh

part 14|2 pages

Toward Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Fibers

chapter 14|32 pages

.2 Spinning

chapter 15|3 pages

Mechanical Applications of Carbon Nanotubes

ByYani Zhang, Gengzhi Sun, Lianxi Zheng

chapter 15|13 pages

2 CNT Nanomechanics

15.2.1 CNT Resonators as Mass/Force Sensors

chapter 15|32 pages

3 Macro-Scale CNT Actuators

15.3.1 CNT Electrostatic Actuators

chapter |16 pages

Color Insert

chapter |1 pages

Vol 1

Pan Stanford Series on Carbon-Based Nanomaterials — Volume 1 Qing Zhang