By Luca M. Ghiringhelli, Evert Jan Meijer (auth.), Luciano Colombo, Annalisa Fasolino (eds.)
During the final two decades, the multiplicity of power carbon constructions has always posed a powerful problem to theoretical and computational physicists. numerous assorted equipment are presently getting used to review the constitution and the houses of such structures. those tools comprise simulations in keeping with empirical potentials, tight-binding calculations and density practical concept (DFT). a mix of those equipment is required to make major development within the carbon field.
This quantity presents the reader with a survey of cutting-edge theoretical and computational contributions that includes novel carbon structures (excluding nanotubes). The chapters are authored by means of prime researchers who're all actively concerned with assorted points of carbon constitution and estate elucidation. therefore, various equipment are provided to the reader. The editors have effectively compiled an informative booklet that:
Computer-Based Modeling of Novel Carbon structures and Their Properties is aimed toward complicated undergraduates, graduates, and researchers with an curiosity in computational nanomaterials.
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