Selective Chemistry of Single-walled Nanotubes - Spectroscopy and Functionalization

Spectroscopy and Functionalization

See also: Optical properties of carbon nanotubes

SWNTs have unique optical and spectroscopic properties largely due to one-dimensional confinement of electronic and phonon states, resulting in so-called van Hove singularities in the nanotube density of states (DOS).

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