Tag: grapheme

Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Effect on Plant and Microbial Growth

Carbon nanotubes, which are comprised of graphene, one of the world’s strongest materials, have shown features that can be employed in energy storage devices, electron emission devices, and environmental engineering. Researchers have recently concentrated their efforts on identifying the impact of carbon nanotubes on soil microbes and plants. The...
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A Comparative Study on Phonon Spectrum and Thermal Properties of Graphene, Silicene and Phosphorene: Recent Advances and Development

We examine the vibrational and thermal properties of two-dimensional honeycomb lattices of graphene, silicene, and black phosphorene using first-principle calculations utilising density functional theory. We concentrate on the similarities and contrasts in their qualities, attempting to deduce their meaning from their lattice structures. We show that in silicene and...
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