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Carbon Nanotubes for Confinement-Induced Energetic Nanomaterials


Oxidized carbon nanotubes obtained by catalytic chemical vapor deposition were filled with an aqueous solution of nano-energetic materials using a very simple impregnation method. The work compares different energetic materials but focuses especially on an inorganic compound belonging to the Werner complexes, [Co(NH3)6][NO3]3. Our results show a large increase in released energy upon heating, which we demonstrate to be related to the confinement of the nano-energetic material either directly by filling of the inner channel of carbon nanotubes or to insertion in the triangular channels between adjacent nanotubes when they form bundles.


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Ruben Acevedo, Brigitte Soula, Anne Marie Galibert, Emmanuel Flahaut. Carbon Nanotubes for Confinement-Induced Energetic Nanomaterials. Nanomaterials, 2023, 13 (12), pp.1845. ⟨10.3390/NANO13121845⟩. ⟨hal-04158256⟩
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