what

what CARBON - DIAMOND, GRAPHITE, FULLERENES, NANOTUBES, NANODIAMOND, NANOGRAPHITE etc.

  1. Basics: [sp2/sp3] Special techniques II:[ Bond and atom color change for environmment] [ Allotropes - Fullerenes ]
  2. Carbon phase diagram: [Movie] [General] [Experimental, before 1967] [Thermodynamic limit] [Clearer image] [Nanoregime]
  3. Nanodiamond and nanographite: [Movies and comparisons ][ ctd ][ ctd ]
  4. Nanotube: [Introduction] [Diffusion in nanotubes] [Nanotubes as NEMS]

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS

This project includes some 15 publications, with D. Saada, A. Sorkin, O. Ofer, I. Rosenblum, S. Brandon, A. Hoffman, S. Prawer etc, as well as several in various stages of preparation.
  • The first D. Saada, J. Adler and R. Kalish, ``Transformation of the Diamond (sp3) to Graphite (sp2) bonds by ion-impact'' (1998), International Journal of Modern Physics, C, 9, 61-9
  • Most cited D. Saada, J. Adler and R. Kalish, ``Sulfur: a potential dopant for n-type diamond'' (2000), Appl. Phys. Lett., 77, 878-9.
  • Editor's choice Sh. Michaelson, R. Akhvlediani, A. Hoffman, A. Silverman and J. Adler ``Hydrogen in nano-diamond films: experimental and computational studies'', (2008) Physica Status Solidi (a), vol. 9, 2099-2107
  • Most recent A. Sorkin, R. Kalish and J. Adler, ``Nanodiamond under pressure: Simulations in the presence of Hydrogen'', (2008) Phys. Rev. B., 78, 155435.

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