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Carbon Allotropes: Metal-Complex Chemistry, Properties and Applications

Carbon Allotropes: Metal-Complex Chemistry, Properties and Applications

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Publisher Springer Nature Customer Service Center GmbH
Year 01/01/2019
Edition First
Pages 790
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9783030035044
Categories Organic chemistry, Nanotechnology, Ceramics & glass technology
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This book provides a detailed description of metal-complex functionalized carbon allotrope forms, including classic (such as graphite), rare (such as M- or T-carbon), and nanoforms (such as carbon nanotubes, nanodiamonds, etc.). Filling a void in the nanotechnology literature, the book presents chapters generalizing the synthesis, structure, properties, and applications of all known carbon allotropes. Metal-complex composites of carbons are described, along with several examples of their preparation and characterization, soluble metal-complex carbon composites, cost-benefit data, metal complexes as precursors of carbon allotropes, and applications. A lab manual on the synthesis and characterization of carbon allotropes and their metal-complex composites is included. Provides a complete description of all carbon allotropes, both classic and rare, as well as carbon nanostructures and their metal-complex composites; Contains a laboratory manual of experiments on the synthesis and characterization of metal-complex carbon composites; Discusses applications in diverse fields, such as catalysis on supporting materials, water treatment, sensors, drug delivery, and devices.

Carbon Allotropes: Metal-Complex Chemistry, Properties and Applications

Table of contents

Chapter 1. General data on carbon allotropes.- Chapter 2.Conventional carbon allotropes.- Chapter 3.Classic carbon nanostructures.- Chapter 4.Less-common carbon nanostructures.- Chapter 5. Other existing carbon forms.- Chapter 6. Predicted carbon forms.- Chapter 7.Coordination/organometallic compounds and composites of carbon allotropes.- Chapter 8. Solubilization and dispersion of carbon allotropes and their metal-complex composites.- Chapter 9.Carbon allotropes in the environment and their toxicity.- Chapter 10. Applications and cost-benefit data.- Chapter 11. Student zone: Overview, training, practices and exercises.- Chapter 12.Conclusions and further outlook.

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