Carbon

 

A nonmetallic element found in all living things. Carbon is part of all organic compounds and, in combined form, of many inorganic substances. Diamonds, graphite, and fullerenes are pure forms of carbon.

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Carbon Nanofiber

Single Wall Nanohorn

Buckminsterfullerene

Dry Nanotechnology

Graphene

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Nanocone

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Buckypaper

Fourier Transfer Infra Red spectroscopy

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Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube

Nano-test-tubes

Nongraphitizable and graphitizable carbon

Arc discharge

Cathodic vacuum arc

Diamond like carbon

Double wall carbon nanotube

Electron cyclotron resonance-CVD

Electron energy loss spectroscopy

Gray Goo Or Grey Goo

Homofullerene

Liquid Crystal Display

Nanobalance

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Nanocrystalline diamond

Nanofiber

Nanopharmaceutical

Nanophytoplankton

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Radial Breathing Mode

Raman G-peak

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube

Tetrahedral amorphous carbon

Aligned Carbon Nanotube

Atomic Force Microscopy

Base-growth mode

Carbanion

Carbene

Carbon fibre

Carbon hybridization

Carbonium ion

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Controllable fabrication of carbon nanotube

Cup-stacked

Dendrimer

Diamond film

Diamondlike carbon film

Fullerene doped polymer

Glassy carbon

Graphene nanoribbons

Heptagonal and pentagonal defects

Heterofullerene

Inorganic fullerene-like material

Inorganic Nanotube

Nanohorn

Nanopeapods

Nanophase Carbon Material

Nanopore sequencing

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Nano-RAM

Nanotech

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Organic Molecule

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