By L. -C. Qin (auth.), Zhong Lin Wang, Chun Hui (eds.)
The e-book includes 12 chapters and the authors for the chapters are the realm well-liked scientists focusing on the sphere. The contents of the ebook may be separated into 3 components. the 1st half composed of chapters 1-6 is ready the diffraction, imaging and spectroscopy of carbon-based nanotubes. the second one half (chapters 7-9) describes the actual estate nanomeasurements of carbon nanotubes according to in-situ TEM. The final half is ready non-carbon established tubular constructions and similar constructions.
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This conclusion can be used to detect if the tubule is lying horizontally. When a diffraction pattern does not have 2mm symmetry, it can be certain that the tubule is tilted, though 2mm symmetry itself is not sufficient to identify the tilting of the tubule. However, if the nanotube does not have a twofold axis, when it is tilted away from the horizontal position, the diffraction pattern may show only a center of inversion. This should be the case as indicated in experiment . 6. Tilt and Measurement Although the above discussion has been limited to the case where the examined nanotube is horizontal and therefore perpendicular to the incident electron beam, it should be mentioned that a nanotube is sometimes seen tilted from this horizontal position in experiment, as schematically illustrated in Fig.
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