alexa X-ray nanocrystallography of individual carbon nanotubes.


Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Author(s): Bozovic N, Bozovic I, Misewich J

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Abstract By numerical simulations, we show that with the next-generation synchrotron sources one should be able to record within minutes an X-ray diffraction pattern of a single nanotube and from it decipher its detailed atomic structure. In calculated diffractograms we can even discern signatures of presence of a single adatom and locate its position. New synchrotrons will allow the existing method of electron nanocrystallography to be undertaken using X-ray beams, thus facilitating in situ environmental studies. This article was published in Nano Lett and referenced in Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

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