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Carbyne and carbynoid structures

Author: R B Heimann; Sergey E Evsyukov; Ladislav Kavan
Publisher: Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic, ©1999.
Series: Physics and chemistry of materials with low-dimensional structures, v. 21.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This is a book on Carbyne and Carbynoid Structures - one of the most fascinating and controversial areas in contemporary science of carbon chemistry and materials science. The book is a collection of topical and mostly critical reviews written by professionals who are working or have been working in this and related fields. Regretfully, too many ambiguous experimental results and unsubstantiated statements  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Karbin
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: R B Heimann; Sergey E Evsyukov; Ladislav Kavan
ISBN: 0792353234 9780792353232
OCLC Number: 39859995
Description: xvii, 444 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction --
1.1. The discovery of carbyne / Yu. P. Kudryavtsev --
1.2. The nature of carbyne: pros and cons / R. B. Heimann --
Ch. 2. Carbyne and carbynoid structures in nature --
2.1. Carbon-how many allotropes associated with meteorites and impact phenomena? / K. W. R. Gilkes and C. T. Pillinger --
2.2. Other natural carbynoid structures / L. Kavan and R. B. Heimann --
Ch. 3. Syntheses of carbyne and carbynoid structures --
3.1. Catalytic and electrochemical polycondensation reactions --
3.2. Chemical, photo-, and electrochemical transformations of polymers --
3.3. Pyrolytic methods --
3.4. Phase transformation of carbon materials --
3.5. Electrochemical methods / L. Kavan --
Ch. 4. Structural models of carbyne --
4.1. Structural and electronic properties of polyyne / M. Springborg --
4.2. Kinked chains and layered structure / R. B. Heimann --
4.3. Carbyne intercalation compounds / I. A. Udod --
4.4. Electron diffraction and microscopy / A. F. Fitzgerald --
Ch. 5. Properties of carbyne and carbynoid structures --
5.1. Chemical properties / S. E. Evsyukov --
5.2. Thermophysical properties / B. V. Lebedev --
5.3. Electrical and optical properties / E. M. Baitinger --
Ch. 6. Molecular and electron spectroscopy of carbyne structures --
6.1. Raman and infrared spectroscopy / L. Kavan and J. Kastner --
6.2. Electron spin resonance spectroscopy / D. P. Ertchak --
6.3. Electron spectroscopy / L. A. Pesin --
6.4. Electron energy loss spectroscopy studies of carbynoid structures / J. I. Kleiman --
Ch. 7. Suggested technical applications of carbyne materials --
7.1. Diamond synthesis from carbyne / R. B. Heimann --
7.2. Medical applications of carbynoid materials / V. I. Kirpatovsky.
Series Title: Physics and chemistry of materials with low-dimensional structures, v. 21.
Responsibility: edited by Robert B. Heimann, Sergey E. Evsyukov, and Ladislav Kavan.

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