Bonaccorso, F and Tan, P-H and Ferrari, AC (2013) Multiwall nanotubes, multilayers, and hybrid nanostructures: new frontiers for technology and Raman spectroscopy. ACS Nano, 7. pp. 1838-1844.Full text not available from this repository.
Technological progress is determined, to a great extent, by developments in material science. Breakthroughs can happen when a new type of material or new combinations of known materials with different dimensionality and functionality are created. Multilayered structures, being planar or concentric, are now emerging as major players at the forefront of research. Raman spectroscopy is a well-established characterization technique for carbon nanomaterials and is being developed for layered materials. In this issue of ACS Nano, Hirschmann et al. investigate triple-wall carbon nanotubes via resonant Raman spectroscopy, showing how a wealth of information can be derived about these complex structures. The next challenge is to tackle hybrid heterostructures, consisting of different planar or concentric materials, arranged "on demand" to achieve targeted properties.
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