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Computer-Based Modeling of Novel Carbon Systems and Their Properties

Beyond Nanotubes

Colombo, Luciano, Fasolino, Annalisa (Eds.)

2010, VIII, 250 p.

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From the reviews:

“A collection of separate studies, each looking at a different range of ‘novel carbon system’. … book will serve for many researchers as an excellent guide to what has already been done, and also highlights where there are still gaps. It will be equally at home on the desk of a starting PhD student as a more experienced researcher. I strongly recommend it for anyone with a general interest in materials physics, as well as the more focussed reader doing computer-based modelling of carbon-based materials.” (Matt Probert, Contemporary Physics, June, 2013)

 

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