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Boron Clusters, Single and Multi-walled Nanotubes: Theoretical Prediction and Experimental Observation

I. Boustani and R. Becker
Universit├Ąt Wuppertal, Germany, DE

Keywords:
materials-by-design, boron, cluster, nanostructure, nanotube, synthesis, combinatorial chemistry, engineered materials, functional materials

Abstract:
Nanostructured materials based on boron clusters have been theoretically modeled for many years. The development of a dry-synthesis process for creating pure boron clusters and self-assembled nanostructures has made possible a new branch of physical chemistry. Novel compounds, alloys and composites integrating a significant fraction of the periodic table have been experimentally verified. Combinatorial chemistry when combined with standard industrial methods and practices has been experimentally demonstrated to be a viable near-term option for many practical applications.

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