In this thesis, the topic of dispersing carbon nanotubes in water was addressed by several experimental methods such as nuclear magnetic resonance (nmr) diffusometry and light/electron microcopy the main goal was to obtain molecular information on how the dispersants interact with carbon nanotubes. Dynamic cantilever magnetometry of individual ferromagnetic nanotubes weber, dennis patrick dynamic cantilever magnetometry of individual ferromagnetic nanotubes 2014, phd thesis, university of basel, faculty of science. Carbon nanotubes in cancer therapy “cnts: king of nanomaterials” banu abdallah phd thesis 2013 a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment for the requirements of the degree of doctor of philosophy at the university of central lancashire. Terahertz radiation from single walled carbon nanotubes a thesis presented by martin m muthee submitted to the graduate school of the university of massachusetts amherst in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of science in electrical and computer engineering september 2011. Phd thesis ryan c chadwick mcmaster university chemistry iv abstract carbon nanotubes have great strength, high conductivities, and very large aspect ratios their physical, mechanical, and electrical properties are unique and ideally suited for use in structural materials, nano-electronic devices, and as a.
Double-walled carbon nanotube (dwcnt) membranes were functionalized with sterically bulky dye molecules with amine termination in a single step carbon nanotubes (cnts) are considered a promising catalyst support due to high surface area, conductivity and stability but very theses and dissertations-- chemistry. Thesis we investigate the electrical transport of semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes and their potential applications as biological sensors electrons have been predicted, by theoretical physicists, to go through nanotubes without much resistance but this has not been properly quantified experimentally , and the. This thesis covers the analysis of the catalytic growth of carbon nanotubes under well- defined conditions, the optimization of the field emission properties of those structures and introduces a model for the growth mechanism based on the experimental results experimental investigations are presented which allow to get a.
Abstract the main objectives of this thesis are to synthesize macroscopic well- aligned multi-walled carbon nanotube films and, based on their electrical conductivity, porosity and structural uniformity, highlight potential applications for further development in this thesis, catalytic chemical vapour deposition. 0 carbon nanotube electronics: modeling, physics, and applications a thesis submitted to the faculty of purdue university by jing guo in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy august, 2004.
Recently, carbon nanotubes (cnts) have received enormous attention due to their extraordinary properties cnts have a wide range of applications and are used in a variety of products thus exposure to cnts has become unavoidable, which may prompt an inflammatory response the present thesis is. Carbon nanotubes (cnts) possess a unique set of electrical and mechanical properties and have been used in a variety of applications in this thesis, we explore strategies to functionalize cnts as well as applications which are enabled by functionalized cnts chapter 1 gives an overview of emerging applications of.
Carbon nanotubes are the allotops of carbon , they have a cylindrical nano structure. This thesis reports the development of a commercially viable, static dissipative, aerospace matt black polyurethane coating a sheet resistance of 10 k/sq wasachieved with a loading level of 10 wt % mwnts, with electrical percolation atapproximately 03 wt %the characterisation of mwnts available in. Functionalization of carbon nanotubes a thesis submitted to the faculty of drexel university by guzeliya korneva in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy may 2008.
Synthesis and characterization of a carbon nanotube based composite strain sensor thesis submitted to the school of engineering of the university of dayton in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of science in mechanical engineering by matthew clayton. Functionalization of nanotubes was suggested to be an effective way to overcome these technical issues and then to realize the full potential of nanotubes as reinforcement materials in this dissertation, several original functionalization methods were proposed, studied, analyzed and quantitatively compared. Master's thesis application of carbon nanotubes in rotating electrical machines examiners: professor juha pyrhönen msc juho montonen author: victor mukherjee faculty of technology lut energy electrical engineering.