Development and study of novel nano-structured hybrid materials based on carbon

Abstract

One of the aspects of modern materials science that has been captivating scientific interest in the last decade are low-dimensionality systems, mostly because of their physical, chemical and biological properties which are widely different from their bulk material. By the use of bottom-up synthetic methods, the control of the products in nanoscale is possible, aiming at the same time at producing novel hybrid nano-materials. Towards this aim, the main subject of this dissertation was the design, development, characterization and study of novel low-dimensional hybrid materials based on carbon. Carbon nanotubes encapsulating tin and tin-lead superconducting nanowires as well as magnetic manganese-bismuth nanorods were formed using the conventional catalytic chemical vapor deposition method. The products were examined by the use of a combination of analytical techniques such as XRD, Raman and Mössbauer spectroscopies, DTA/TG, TEM, SEM and SQUID. Additionally, a new graphene oxide form was ...
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Handle URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10442/hedi/39695
ND
39695
Alternative title
Ανάπτυξη και μελέτη καινοτόμων νανοδομημένων υβριδικών υλικών με βάση των άνθρακα
Author
Rossos, Andreas Konstantinos
Date
2011
Degree Grantor
University of Ioannina
Committee members
Γουρνής Δημήτριος
Κορδάτος Κωνσαντίνος
Αυγερόπουλος Απόστολος
Καρακασίδης Μιχαήλ
Μπάκας Θωμάς
Δούβαλης Αλέξιος
Μπουρλινός Αθανάσιος
Discipline
Engineering & Technology
Chemical Engineering
Nano-Technology
Keywords
Nanowires; Carbon nanotubes; Hybrid materials; Graphene oxide; Prussian blue analoques; Nanorods; Superconductivity; Magnetic materials
Country
Greece
Language
English
Description
221 σ., im., tbls., fig., ch.