Carbon Nanotube naturally self-organised Nanostructure. In the form of a tube composed of carbon atoms with completed bonds. There are two general forms, which are single-wall and multiwall nanotubes. A single-wall Carbon Nanotube considered as a single sheet of graphite, which is called graphene, that has been rolled up into a tube. The resulting Nanotube can have metallic or semiconducting properties depending on the direction in which the sheet was rolled up. See Nanoscale, Nanotechnology, and Nanomaterials.
RECOMMENDED SERIES NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY
- INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECHNOLOGY IN FASHION AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY PART I
- NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE TEXTILE AND FASHION BUSINESS. PART II
- HOW TO MANUFACTURE NANOTECHNOLOGY TEXTILES? PART III