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Carbon-based fabrics and their functions represent a burgeoning subject of medical learn between scientists and engineers attracted to the field from varied components resembling utilized physics, fabrics technological know-how, biology, mechanics, electronics and engineering. additional improvement of existing fabrics, advances of their purposes, and discovery of recent sorts of carbon are the topics addressed via the frontier learn in those fields. This publication covers the entire basic subject matters taken with amorphous and crystalline C-based fabrics, similar to diamond, diamond-like carbon, carbon alloys, and carbon nanotubes. The objective is, through coherently progressing from progress -- and characterization innovations to technological functions for every category of fabric -- to model the 1st complete state of the art evaluate of this quick evolving box of study in carbon fabrics.

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