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|Title:||Carbon nanowalls and related materials||Authors:||Wu, Y.
|Issue Date:||21-Feb-2004||Citation:||Wu, Y.,Yang, B.,Zong, B.,Sun, H.,Shen, Z.,Feng, Y. (2004-02-21). Carbon nanowalls and related materials. Journal of Materials Chemistry 14 (4) : 469-477. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Size, dimensionality, and shape play important roles in determining the properties of nanomaterials. So far, most of the nanomaterial researches have been focused on zero-dimensional nanoparticles/nanodots and one-dimensional nanowires/nanorods/nanotubes, but very few studies have been carried out on two-dimensional nanosheets. Starting from carbon, recently we have succeeded in growing a class of nanostructured two-dimensional materials either in the pure forms or in the form of composites with carbon. In this paper, we will first briefly discuss various types of two-dimensional systems and then focus on the formation mechanism of carbon nanowalls and their field-emission and electron transport properties. The use of carbon nanowalls as templates for the formation of other types of nanomaterials will also be discussed.||Source Title:||Journal of Materials Chemistry||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/68161||ISSN:||09599428|
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