346 Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes: Characterization, Functionalization, and Dispersion

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 3:15 PM
311 (Convention Center )
This session focuses on the characterization, functionalization, and dispersion of graphene, carbon nanotubes, and related materials. The effects of functionalization and dispersion state on the properties of assembled materials are also of interest.

Carbon Nanomaterials

Micah Green
Email: micah.green@ttu.edu

Virginia A. Davis
Email: davisva@auburn.edu

3:15 PM
(346a) Measured Structures of Adsorbed Surfactant Shells On Doubly Sorted Nanotubes
Jeffrey A. Fagan, Carlos Silvera-Batista, Constantine Khripin, Ming Zheng and Angela Hight Walker

3:33 PM
(346b) Dispersions of Non-Covalently Functionalized Graphene with Minimal Stabilizer
Dorsa Parviz, Tanvir Ahmed, Sriya Das, Fahmida Irin and Micah Green

4:09 PM
(346d) Oxygen Effect On Elastic Modulus of Graphene Oxide
Ken-Hsuan Liao, Jong Seok Jeong, Greg D. Haugstad, K. Andre Mkhoyan and Christopher W. Macosko

4:27 PM
(346e) Ultra-Highly Conductive, Strong, Lightweight Fibers of Carbon Nanotubes by Scalable Processing
Natnael Behabtu, Colin C. Young, Dmitri Tsentalovich, Anson Ma and Matteo Pasquali

4:45 PM

5:03 PM
(346g) High Resolution Length Fractionation of Surfactant Dispersed Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Constantine Khripin, Xiaomin Tu, Jeffrey A. Fagan, John Howarter and Ming Zheng

5:21 PM
(346h) Reduction of Freely-Suspended Crumpled Graphene Oxide Nanopaper
Xiaofei Ma, Michael Zachariah and Christopher Zangmeister
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