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Volume 2, Number 5, October 2002

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Review

Inherently Conducting Polymer Nanostructures
pp. 441-451(11)
Authors: Wallace, Gordon G.; Innis, Peter C.

Communications

A Simple Method for the Synthesis of Silicon Carbide Nanorods
pp. 453-456(4)
Authors: Kholmanov, I. N.; Kharlamov, A.; Barborini, E.; Lenardi, C.; Li Bassi, A.; Bottani, C. E.; Ducati, C.; Maffi, S.; Kirillova, N. V.; Milani, P.

Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes with Bovine Serum Albumin in Homogeneous Aqueous Solution
pp. 457-461(5)
Authors: Fu, Kefu; Huang, Weijie; Lin, Yi; Zhang, Donghui; Hanks, Timothy W.; Rao, Apparao M.; Suna, Ya-Ping

Observation of Assembly of Fluorescent Si Nanoparticles Under the Influence of Electric Current
pp. 471-473(3)
Authors: Smith, A.; Chaieb, S.; Al Aql, A.; Alsalhi, M.; Nayfeh, M. H.

Research Articles

Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition of Multiwalled Carbon Nanofibers
pp. 475-480(6)
Authors: Matthews, Kristopher; Cruden, Brett A.; Chen, Bin; Meyyappan, M.; Delzeit, Lance

High Yield of Pure Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes from the Catalytic Decomposition of Acetylene on in Situ Formed Cobalt Nanoparticles
pp. 481-484(4)
Authors: Delpeux, Sandrine; Szostak, Katarzyna; Frackowiak, Elzbieta; Bonnamy, Sylvie; Béguin, François

Mechanical and Magnetic Properties of Nickel-Dispersed Tetragonal Zirconia Nanocomposites
pp. 485-490(6)
Authors: Kondo, H.; Sekino, T.; Choa, Y.-H.; Kusunose, T.; Nakayama, T.; Wada, M.; Adachi, T.; Niihara, K.

Application of Ni:SiO2 Nanocomposite to Control the Carbon Deposition on the Carbon Dioxide Reforming of Methane
pp. 491-494(4)
Authors: Carreño, N. L. V.; Leite, E. R.; Longo, E.; Lisboa-Filho, P. N.; Valentini, A.; Probst, L. F. D.; Schreiner, W. H.

A Raman Study of CdSe and ZnSe Nanostructures
pp. 495-498(4)
Authors: Teredesai, Pallavi V.; Deepak, F. Leonard; Govindaraj, A.; Sood, A. K.; Rao, C. N. R.

Raman Studies of Semiconducting Oxide Nanobelts
pp. 499-502(4)
Authors: McGuire, K.; Pan, Z. W.; Wang, Z. L.; Milkie, D.; Menéndez, J.; Rao, A. M.

Bending Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Encapsulating Solid Nanowires
pp. 503-507(5)
Authors: Danailov, D.; Keblinski, P.; Nayak, S.; Ajayan, P. M.

Wet-Chemical Synthesis and Properties of CoPt and CoPt3 Alloy Nanoparticles
pp. 509-515(7)
Authors: Frommen, Christoph; Rösner, Harald; Fenske, Dieter

Mechanical Alignment of Quasi-One-Dimensional Nanoparticles
pp. 517-521(5)
Authors: Frogley, M. D.; Wagner, H. D.

Modeling of the HiPco Process for Carbon Nanotube Production. I. Chemical Kinetics
pp. 523-534(12)
Authors: Dateo, Christopher E.; Gökçen, Tahir; Meyyappan, M.

Modeling of the HiPco Process for Carbon Nanotube Production. II. Reactor-Scale Analysis
pp. 535-544(10)
Authors: Gökçen, Tahir; Dateo, Christopher E.; Meyyappan, M.

Electromagnetic Fields on a Quantum Scale. I.
pp. 545-555(11)
Authors: Grimes, Dale M.; Grimes, Craig A.

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