By Alexander Vul', Olga Shenderova
A finished evaluation of detonation nanodiamond debris produced by way of detonation of carbon-containing explosives, this ebook discusses the know-how of synthesis and the impact of varied technological parameters at the constitution and physicochemical houses of nanodiamonds. It explores the chances of detailed chemical amendment of the skin, describes tools of structural amendment of nanodiamonds geared toward acquiring nanographite, analyzes a few of the tools hired in reviews of nanodiamonds as a carbon nanostructure, and indicates and explores at size the potential for nanodiamond software in expertise and medicine.
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