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Utilizing 1D and 2D Space of Nanotubes and Bilayer Graphene

Shinohara, Hisanori; Department of Chemistry & Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University, Japan

By putting atoms, molecules, and, even, nanowires of various kind into carbon nanotubes (CNT), one can easily and drastically alter the electronic structures, electron transport and magnetic properties of CNTs, in which charge transfers between encapsulates and CNTs may oftentimes play crucial roles [1]. In some cases, novel one-dimensional (1D) nanowires can be fabricated within carbon nanotubes which are not possible to produce in the conventional bulk conditions [2-5]. A similar thing can be achieved when bilayer graphene is used for “sandwiching” atoms and molecules to fabricate unique nano-materials as well as to observe novel phenomena, but in two dimensional (2D) fashion [6,7]. In this talk, I will discuss some unique and novel properties of 1D and 2D nano-space and its application to syntheses of new materials prepared by nanotubes and bilayer graphene, respectively.

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[2] H.E.Lim et al. ACS Nano, 9, 5034 (2015).

[3] H.E.Lim et al. Nature Commun. 4㸪2548 (2013).

[4] R.Nakanishi et al. Sci.Rep.3, 1385 (2013).

[5] Y.Nakanishi et al. Angew.Chem.Int.Ed. 54, 10802 (2015).

[6] Y.Sasaki et al. Appl.Phys.Express, 5. 065103 (2012).

[7] Y.Sasaki et al. Chem.Phys.Lett. 650, 107 (2016).

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