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Carbon nanotubes

  1. 1. CARBON NANOTUBES AND IT’S APPLICATION Presented by : Rabbi Md Rasel (15-29419-1) Mohammad Tanjir Hossain (15-29521-2) Rasel Md. (14-26884-2) Moon Mehedi Hasan(14-28030-3) Supervised By : Rethwan faiz
  2. 2. CONTENTS Over Views of CARBON NANOTUBES TYPES OF CARBON NANOTUBES Applications of CARBON NANOTUBES Summary
  3. 3. OVER VIEWS OF CNTS WHAT ARE CNTS?  A Carbon Nanotube is a tube-shaped material, made of carbon, having a diameter measuring on the nanometer scale.
  4. 4. ROLL-UP GRAPHENE CARBON NANO TUBES Graphene  Graphene is basically a 2D single layer of graphite.
  5. 5. TYPES OF CARBON NANOTUBES Classified mainly in two types:  Single-walled Nanotubes(SWNTS)  Multi-walled Nanotubes (MWNTs) Other related structures:  TORUS  NANOBUD  GRAPHENATED CARBON NANOTUBES (g-CNTS)  NITROGEN DOPED CARBON NANOTUBES (N-CNTS)  PEAPOD  CUP-STACKED CARBON NANOTUBES
  6. 6. Single-walled nanotubes(swnts): Multi-walled nanotubes (mwnts):
  7. 7.  TORUS  GRAPHENATED CNTS  NANOBUD
  8. 8.  PEAPOD  NITROGEN DOPED CNTS  CUP-STACKED CNTS
  9. 9. APPLICATION OF CARBON NANOTUBES  Electronic Applications of CNTS  CNTs in Mechanical Field  CNT in Medicine  Other applications of CNTs
  10. 10. ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS OF CNTS  Conductive Composites  Electron Emitters  Nano probes
  11. 11.  SENSORS  Biomedical Industry  Automotive Industry  Food Industry  Environmental Monitoring  FED Display  Template
  12. 12. CNTS IN MECHANICAL FIELD  CNT Based Actuator  CNT Based Composites CNT in Medical  CNTs in Drug Delivery and Cancer Therapy  CNTs as Biosensors
  13. 13. OTHER APPLICATIONS OF CNTS  CNTs Thermal Materials  CNTs Air and Water Filtration  Hydrogen Storage  Energy Storage
  14. 14.  Despite all the research, scientists still don't fully understand exactly how they work.  • Extremely small, so are difficult to work with.  • Currently, the process is relatively expensive to produce the nanotubes.  • Level of purity is less in most of the synthesis techniques.  • Challenge is in the manipulation of nanotubes
  15. 15. SOURCES 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_nanotube 2. https://www.cheaptubes.com/carbon-nanotubes-applications/ 3. www. nptel.ac.in/ 4. “Carbon Nanotubes: Properties and Applications” Edited by Michael J. O’Connell, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist,Theranos, Inc. Menlo Park, California. 5. “Electrical properties of Carbon Nanotubes” Kasper GroveRasmussen Thomas Jorgensen, August 28, 2000. 6. "Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes: theoretical predictions and experimental measurements" Rodney S. Ruoff a, Dong Qian , Wing Kam Liu. 7. “Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensors” Niraj Sinha, Jiazhi Ma, and John T. W. Yeow.
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