Table of contents for Nanocarbon materials and devices : symposium held April 9-13, 2012, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. / editors, Markus J. Buehler ... [et al.].

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Part I. Theory and Modeling: 1. On the unzipping mechanisms of carbon nanotubes: insights from reactive molecular dynamics simulations; 2. Redesign of carbon materials for novel storage, mechanical and optical properties; 3. When small is different: the case of membranes inside tubes; 4. Simulation of nanoscale etching for nanotube and graphene devices; Part II. Graphene: 5. Growth of CVD graphene on copper by rapid thermal processing; 6. Sputter oriented nickel and defect inhibitors in graphene; 7. Thermo-chemical metastability of multilayer epitaxial graphene oxide: experiments and density functional theory calculations; 8. Large-area metrology of CVD-grown graphene layers on copper foil substrates; 9. Graphene metrology using fluorescence quenching of different fluorescent dyes; 10. Effects of process tube position on properties of graphene layers; 11. MnO2 decorated three dimensional graphene heterostructures for supercapacitor electrodes; 12. Generation of hydrogen peroxide on a pyridine-like nitrogen-nickel doped graphene surface; 13. Layer-by-layer assembled transparent conductive graphene films for solar cells application; Part III. Carbon Nanotubes: 14. Synthesis of three dimensional carbon nanostructure foams for supercapacitors; 15. Role of gas-phase reactions and thermal gradient control in carbon nanotube synthesis; 16. Growth of carbon nanotube forests on carbon fibers with a SiO2 interlayer; 17. Functionalization of carbon nanotubes with arenedyazonium salts in urea; 18. Few-wall carbon nanotubes covalently functionalized by ferrocene groups for bioelectrochemical devices;19. Characterization of plasma synthesized vertical carbon nanofibers for nanoelectronics applications; Part IV. Composites and Related Materials: 20. Conductivity of graphene-like thin films prepared from chemically exfoliated carbon nanotubes (CNTs), highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG), natural flake graphite, and carbon powder; 21. Surface modifications of graphene-based polymer nanocomposites by different synthesis techniques; 22. Polyoxometalate clusters supported on functionalized graphene sheets as nanohybrids for the catalytic combustion of liquid fuels; 23. Structural control of carbon nickel thin films without substrate heating; 24. Spatially resolved compositional analysis of a BCN thin film grown on a Ni substrate by chemical vapor deposition; Part V. Devices: 25. Fabrication of thin-film transistors using PECVD-grown carbon nanotubes and their application to integrated circuits; 26. Terahertz light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation in optically pumped graphene; 27. Low-voltage graphene transistors based on self-assembled monolayer nanodielectrics; 28. Dielectric-tuned diamondlike carbon materials for high-performance self-aligned graphene-channel field effect transistors; 29. Detection of lectins using glyco-functionalized nanosensors.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Carbon compounds -- Congresses.
Nanostructured materials -- Congresses.
Nanotubes -- Congresses.
Nanocarbon materials and devices