RAMAN-ACTIVE MODES IN DEFECTIVE PEAPOD
Keywords:SINGLE WALL CARBON NANOTUBES, C 60 PEAPODS, HEXA-VACANCY DEFECT, RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY, SPECTRAL MOMENT METHOD
AbstractThe vibrational properties of defective single-walled carbon nanotube filled with C 60Â fullerene is the subject of the current study. For this aim we use the spectral moments method in the framework of the bond-polarization theory to calculate the nonresonant Raman spectra of hexa-vacancy defective C 60Â peapods. Essentially, the vibrational properties are closely coupled with the atomic structure of the system. The evolution of the Raman spectrum as a function of the spatial arrangement of defects in carbon nanotubes is discussed. This work provides benchmark theoretical results to understand the experimental data of defective C 60Â peapod.
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FERGANI, F. (2018). RAMAN-ACTIVE MODES IN DEFECTIVE PEAPOD. OAJ Materials and Devices, 3(1). Retrieved from http://caip.co-ac.com/index.php/materialsanddevices/article/view/33
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