Encyclopaedia of Advanced Materials Science and Engineering of Carbon covers study of advanced materials science and engineering of carbon. The volume “Materials Science and Engineering of Carbon” provides a comprehensive introduction to carbon, the fourth most abundant element in the universe.
It presents a brief introduction on the history of carbon materials, fundamental science on the preparation and characterization of various carbon materials, concentrates on their engineering and applications, including hot areas like energy storage and environmental remediation. This volume is divided into ten chapters.
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1. Investigation on Structural, Optical and Thermal Properties of Diphenyl Urea―An Organic Non-Linear Optical Crystal
2. Estimation of Nitrogen-to-Carbon Ratios of Organics and Carbon Materials at the Submicrometer Scale
3. Hybrid Metal-Based Carbon Nanotubes: Novel Platform for Multifunctional Applications
4. Photothermal, Photoconductive and Nonlinear Optical Effects Induced by Nanosecond Pulse Irradiation in Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
5. Recent Advances in Hydrogen StorageTechnologies Based on Nanoporous Carbon Materials
6. Review of Recent Development in Co-Based Catalysts Supported on Carbon Materials for Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis
7. Carbon Coating for Enhancing the Functionalities of Materials
8. The Fungicidal Properties of the Carbon Materials Obtained from Chitin and Chitosan Promoted by Copper Salts
9. The Structure and Properties of the Carbon Non-Wovens Modified with Bioactive Nanoceramics for Medical Applications
10. Surface Plasma Functionalization Influences Macrophage Behavior on Carbon Nanowalls