CARBON NANOTUBES - FROM RESEARCH TO APPLICATIONS by Stefano Bianco (ed.)

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8 g L1Toluene in an ice storage. Then, the samples were stood for 24 h, filtrated, and dried in a vacuum at 333 K for 24 h. The amount of C60 on the SWCNT bundles was determined by the weight change of the samples before and after C60-pillaring treatment. The C60-pillared SWCNTs are designated as SWCNT-C60(x), where x is the amount in gram of C60 doped to 1 g of SWCNTs. Here, SWCNT-C60(0), which was ultrasonically treated in toluene without C60, was also prepared for comparison. The SWCNT-C60(x) samples were characterized with N2 adsorption at 77 K, XRD, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Raman spectroscopy, thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), and high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HR-TEM).

2a and b, Pauling adsorption model). 22 Å in free gas O2 molecule state, see Table 1. 64 Å, respectively. The dioxygen absorbed on the Pauling site obtained partial electrons from carbon-nitrogen complex. 24, respectively. 9 after the dioxygen adsorption, which is not much different from that before the dioxygen adsorption. The electrons obtained by the dioxygen are mainly transferred from the neighboring carbon atoms. 53 eV/atom. 027 µB. 5 µB before the dioxygen adsorption. The nitrogen atom still has no noticeable magnetic moment.

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