Exploration of Carbon-Based Hybrid Nanoarchitectures as a Unique Platform for Managing Excited State Energies and Processes
Technical Report,01 Jun 2016,31 May 2020
Clemson University Clemson United States
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The objective of this project is the development and establishment of the nanoscale carbon-basedderived hybrid nanostructures as a unique nanomaterials platform for managing photoexcited states, properties, and processes that are critical to novel and high-performance opticalphotonic materials. With the excellent effort of the project team and the extensive and highly productive collaborations with the AFRL research groups, the objective has been achieved successfully. More specifically, the experimental results from this project have provided convincing evidence for the conclusion that small carbon nanoparticles, including the conceptually and structurally equivalent nanoscale carbon domains in nanocomposites or hybrids, represent the true nanoscale carbon allotrope at the zero-dimension.
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