Spectral and mechanical properties of the materials structured with carbon nanotubes
AuthorsKamanina, Natalia V.
Timonin, D. N.
Kuzhakov, P. V.
Artukh, A. A.
Chernozatonskii, L. A.
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Carbon nanotubes are considered as the good candidate to modify the surface properties of the organic and inorganic structures. Both the spectral and mechanical properties as well as quantum chemical simulation are discussed to explain the increase in transmission and hardness of the nanostructured polyvinyl alcohol films, magnesium fluoride, etc. The basic features of carbon nanotubes are regarded to their small refractive index, strong hardness of C⎯C bonds as well as complicated and unique mechanisms of charge carrier moving. The structures of the composite films and their mechanical properties are modeled too. The peculiarities of new nanostructured materials and their possible optoelectronics and display applications will be under consideration. The results have been supported by RFBR grant #10-03-00916 and RAS Presidium Program # 21.
Keywords:carbon nanotubes / spectral properties / mechanical properties
Source:VII International Conference on Mechanochemistry and Mechanical Alloying INCOME 2011: Programme and the Book of Abstracts, 2011, 89-89
- Belgrade : Materials Research Society of Serbia