9th Biennial International Workshop

Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters
IWFAC'2009

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July 6-10, 2009
St Petersburg, Russia

Abstracts

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Invited Lectures
Inv1 V.L. Aksenov, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
Last Results in Neutron Scattering Research of Carbon Nanostructures
2
Inv.2 M.Ya. Amusia, Ioffe Institute, Russia
Fullerenes Shells as Resonators and Amplifiers
3
Inv.3 A.A. Balandin, University of California, USA
Thermal Conductivity of Graphene
4
Inv.4 P.G. Baranov, Ioffe Institute, Russia
EPR and ODEPR as Methods of Characterization of Nanocarbons
5
Inv.5 Fabbro C., Montellano Lopez A., Prato M., T. Da Ros , Pharmaceutical Sciences Department University of Trieste, Italy
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacological Potential of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes
6
Inv.6 Y. Matsuo, University of Tokyo, Japan
C60 Derivatives having Self-assembly Capabilities
7
Inv.7 E.D. Obraztsova , The Natural Sciences Center at General Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia
Carbon Nanotubes for Nonlinear Optics and Laser Physics
8
Inv.8 J. Onoe, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
One-dimensional Metallic Peanut–shaped Nanocarbons with Positive and Negative Gaussian Curvatures: Toward a New Science of Quantum Electronic Systems on Curved Surfaces
9
Inv.9 V.F. Razumov , Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Chernogolovka, Russia
Fullerene-based Materials for Organic Electronics
10
Inv.10 S. Ravi P. Silva, Advanced Technology Institute University of Surrey, England
Carbon superlattice based on Diamond-Like Carbon Films for High Speed Electronics
11
Inv.11 R. Tenne, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Inorganic Nanotubes
12
Inv.12 K. Tsukagoshi , Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Gate induced Band Gap for Graphene Device
13
Inv.13 V.A. Volkov, The Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Moscow, Russia
Electrons in Graphene: Theoretical Expectations and Experiments
14
Oral Session
Or.1 Amsharov K.Yu., Jansen M.
Toward the direct synthesis of higher fullerenes
15
Or.2 R.Z. Bakhtizin, A.I. Oreshkin, V. Kumar, P. Murugan, J.T. Sadowski, Y. Fujikawa, Y. Kawazoe, T. Sakurai
STM study on the Interactions of Individual C60F18 Molecules with the Si(111)-7x7 Surface
16
Or.3 S.V. Demishev, A.L. Chernobrovkin, V.V. Glushkov, E.A. Goodilin, A.V. Grigorieva, T.V. Ishchenko, A.V. Kuznetsov, N.E. Sluchanko, Yu.D. Tretyakov, A.V. Semenov
Anomalous Magnetism and Quantum Critical Phenomena in VOx Multiwall Nanotubes
17
Or.4 P.S. Dorozhkin, A. Schekin, A. Shelaev, V. Bykov
Combined Scanning Probe Microscopy and Micro/nano Raman Studies of Modern Nanostructures
18
Or.5 Yu.S. Grushko , V.S. Kozlov, V.P. Sedov, S.G. Kolesnik, V.T. Lebedev, V.A. Shilin, Yu.E. Loginov, V.V. Kukorenko, E.V. Tsyrlina,.I. Krzhivitsky P., M.A. Khodorkovsky, T.O. Artamonova, A.L. Shakhmin, V.V. Shamanin, E.Yu. Melenevskaya, S.G. Konnikov, M.V. Zamorianskaya
MRI-contrasting System based on Water-solublefullerene/Gd-metallofullerene Mixture
19
Or.6

Musatov A.L., Gulyaev Yu.V., Izrael'yants K.R., K.R. Izrael'yants, Ormont A.B., Chirkova E.G., Maslennikov O.Yu., Guzilov I.A., Kiselev N.A., Kukovitskiy E.F.
Small-Sized X-Ray Tube with the Carbon Nanotube Field Electron Emitter

20
Or.7 V.A. Karachevtsev
Carbon Nanotubes-DNA Hybrids: Structures and Properties
21
Or.8 E.A. Katz, A.I. Shames, L. Zeiri, T.L. Makarova
Determination of Crystallite size La in Nanocarbon Materials by Raman Spectroscopy: an Open Question
22
Or.9 A.V. Krestinin, A.P. Kharitonov, L.N. Kharitonova, Yu.M. Shul'ga, O.M. Zhigalina, E.I. Knerel'man, M.M. Brzhezinskaya, A.S. Vinogradov, A.B. Preobrazhenskii, G.I. Zvereva, M.B. Kislov, B.M. Martynenko, N.A. Kiselev, M. Dubois
The Synthesis and Characterization of Fluorinated Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes
23
Or.10 Butko V.Y., Kloc C., Ramirez A. P.
Effect of correlated rotational order on nonlinear transport in C60
24
Or.11 D.V. Konarev , S.S. Khasanov, G. Saito, R.N. Lyubovskaya
The Design of Ionic Complexes of Fullerenes Manifesting High Conductivity and Coexistence of High Conductivity and Magnetic Interactions
25
Or.12 M. Liu, Y. Lian, J. Zhang, L. Gong
Modification of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Ammonium Sulfamate
26
Or.13 Yu.E. Lozovik
Electronic Properties and Coherent Phases in Graphene and Graphene Structures
27
Or.14 V. Kuznetsov, I. Mazov,S. Moseenkov, A. Romanenko, O. Anikeeva, T. Buryakov, P. Kuzhir, S. Maksimenko, V. Suslyaev
Electrophysical and Electromagnetic Properties of Pure MWNTs and MWNT/PMMA Composite Materials depending on their Structure
28
Or.15 K.P. Meletov , A.V. Krestinin, J. Arvanitidis , D. Christofilos, G.A. Kourouklis
Temperature Effects in the Raman Spectra of Bundled Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes
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Or.16 V.Z Mordkovich , S.V. Zaglyadova, A.R Karaeva., I.A. Maslov, A.K. Don
Prospective Ways for Production of Long Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Strands
30
Or.17 A.V. Okotrub, M.A. Kanygin, A.G. Kudashov, A.G. Guselnikov, L.G. Bulusheva
Interactions of Ultra Soft X-rays with Carbon Nanotube Arrays
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Or.18 A.V. Palnichenko, Yu.A. Ossipyan, N.S. Sidorov, O.M. Vyaselev,
M.V. Kartsovnik, M. Opel, V.V. Avdonin, D.V. Shakhrai, V.E. Fortov
Superconductivity of Calcium C 60 Intercalation Compound Synthesized by
Shock-Wave Pressure
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Or.19 R.J. Papoular, R. Le Parc, V. Dmitriev, V.A. Davydov, A.V. Rakhmanina, V. Agafonov
First Observation of the FCC to Rhombohedral Transition of dimerized C 60 under High-pressure
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Or.20 L.B. Piotrovsky , M.Yu. Eropkin, M.A. Dumpis, E.V. Litasova, E.M. Eropkina, O.I Kiselev
Toxicological Characterization of Fullerene C 60 in vitro – dependence on Preparations and Cell Line
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Or.21 A.M. Popov , E. Bichoutskaia, Y.E. Lozovik , O.V. Ershova, I.V. Lebedeva, A.A. Knizhnik
Nanoresonator Based on Relative Vibrations of the Walls of Carbon Nanotubes
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Or.22 E.F. Sheka , B.S. Razbirin
Fullerene-cluster Amplifiers and Nanophotonics of Fullerene Solutions
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Or.23 V.I. Sokolov , E.G. Rakov, N.A. Bumagin, M.G. Vinogradov
New Method to Prepare Nanopalladium Clusters Immobilised on Carbon Nanotubes, a very Efficient Catalyst for forming the Carbon-carbon Bonds and Hydrogenation
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Or.24 Gy. Torok, V.T. Lebedev, L.V. Vinogradova, D.N. Orlova, V.V. Shamanin
Molecular Correlations in Bulk Star-shaped Polystyrene with Fullerene C60 Center
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Or.25 D. Usachov, V.K. Adamchuk, A.M. Shikin, D. Marchenko, M. Brzhezinskaya, A. Varykhalov, O. Rader
Electronic Structure of Graphene-related Nanosystems
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Or.26 S. Yamana
Business Development of Fullerenes in Life Science Applications
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POSTER SESSIONS

1. Electronic Properties of nanotubes
 
P1.1 Arkhipov A.V., Mishin M.V., Kuzmichev A.V.
Interpretation of dynamic and dc field-emission characteristics of nanocarbons in terms of two-stage emission model
42
P1.2 Arkhipov A.V., Bondarenko V.B., Gabdullin P.G.
On possible structure of field-induced electron emission centers of nano-porous carbon
43
P1.3 Arkhipov A.V., Gabdullin P.G.
"Fine structure" of emission I-V characteristics of nano-dispersed films
44
P1.4 Arkhipov A.V.
Facilitating effect of non-stationary electric field on electron emission from nanocarbon films
45
P1.5 Belolipetskii A.A., Lebedev N.G.
Research of dependence of SWCNTs dipole moment on its length
46
P1.6 Belskii M.D., Bocharov G.S., Eletskii A.V.
Electrical field amplification in electron field emitters on the basis of carbon nanotubes
47
P1.7 Musatov A.L., Izrael'yants K.R., Ormont A.B., Chirkova E.G., Kukovitskii E.F.
High current density planar field electron emitters with carbon nanotubes
48
P1.8 Kharissova O.V., Osorio M., Garza M., Kharisov B.I.
Study of bismuth nanoparticles and nanotubes obtained by microwave heating
49
P1.9 Kharissova O.V., Ortiz Mendez U., Kharisov B.I.
Fe-filled carbon nanotubes produced by microwave heating of ferrocene
50
P1.10 Kondrashov V.A., Nevolin V.K.
The pulse discharge method for carbon nanotube ring production
51
P1.11 Krinichnaya E.P., Moravsky A.P., Loutfy R.O., Ivanova O.P., Zhuravleva T.S., Kutner W.
Studies on electrochemical properties of aligned multi-walled carbon nanotube electrodes
52
P1.12 Kurenya A.G., Kudashov A.G., Okotrub A.V., Gusel'nikov A.V., Bulusheva L.G.
Influence of CVD parameters on growth of aligned carbon nanotube arrays
53
P1.13 Lavskaya Yu.V., Bulusheva L.G., Okotrub A.V., Yudanov N.F., Fonseca A.
Comparative X-ray investigation of fluorinated single- and few-wall carbon nanotubes
54
P1.14 Lyapkosova O.S., Lebedev N.G.
Piezoresistance effect in carbon nanotubes
55
P1.15 Lyapkosova O.S., Lebedev N.G.
Influence of point defects on band structure of carbon nanotubes within the framework of the periodical Anderson's model
56
P1.16 Mikhalchan A.A., Lysenko V.A.
Lysenko A.A. The effect of different treatments on electrical resistivity of carbon nanotubes
57
P1.17 Bogdanova D.A., Moliver S.S.
Spin-triplet molecule inside carbon nanotube
58
P1.18 Pak A.V., Lebedev N.G.
The influence of adsorbed molecular hydrogen on band structure of carbon nanotubes
59
P1.19 Pinchuk T.M., Dmytrenko O.P., Kulish M.P., Grabovskyy Yu.E., Prylutskyy Yu.I., Bilyy M.M., Matsuy L.Yu., Zabolotnyy M.A.
Physically-mechanical properties of poly(vinyl) chloride with multi-walled cardon nanotubes
60
P1.20 Popov A., Lebedev N.
Modeling of electromagnetic pulse propagation through the system of carbon nanotubes
61
P1.21 Pozdnyakov O.F., Popov E.O., Latypov Z.Z., Pozdnyakov A.O.
Field electron emission from "polymer-carbon nanotubes" composites as revealed by mass spectrometry"
62
P1.22 Prikhodko A., Konkov O., Terukov E., Filippov A.
Nanosecond S-type electrical instability in carbon nanotube-polymer matrix
63
P1.23 Shamina E.N., Lebedev N.G.
The semi-empirical research of chiral absorption effect of atomic and molecular particles on the carbon nanotubes surface
64
P1.24 Nevolin V.K., Simunin M.M.
Concept of single-walled carbon nanotube formation
65
P1.25 Tikhomirova G.V., Volkova Ya.Yu., Babushkin A.N.
Conductivity of fullerite C60 and single-wall carbon nanotubes at pressures 20-50 GPa
66
P1.26 Tomilin O.B., Muryumin E.E., Rodionova E.V., Syrkina N.P.
A prismatic modification of single-walled carbon nanotubes by fluorine and boron atoms
67
P1.27 Tomilin O.B., Muryumin E.E., Rodionova E.V., Syrkina N.P.
A ring conjugation in a prismatic modifications of single-walled carbon nanotubes
68
P1.28 Tomilin O.B., Muryumin E.E., Devyataykina S.P., Syrkina N.P.
An isolated one-dimensional conjugated subsystem in a modified single-walled carbon nanotubes
69
P1.29 Belonenko M.B., Lebedev N.G., Yanyushkina N.N.
Few cycle optical pulses in the carbon nanotubes with periodical impurities
70
P1.30 Zagainova V.S., Makarova T.L., Bulusheva L.G., Okotrub A.V., Kurenya A.G.
Magnetic properties of carbon nanotubes with low content of Fe
71
 
2. Synthesis and Properties of Graphene and Nanographite
 
p2.1 Gusyatnikova P.P., Artyukhov V.I., Chernozatonskii L.A.
Electronic and magnetic properties of zigzag graphene nanoribbon-based 1D superlattices
72
p2.2 Bets K., Yakobson B.I.
Dynamics of spontaneous deformations of graphene nanoribbons
73
p2.3 Chernozatonskii L.A., Sorokin P.B.,
Graphene biribbons: the features of electronic properties.
74
p2.4 Chernozatonskii L.A., Sheka E.F., Sorokin P.B., Artukh A.A.
New cabon materials: modeling nanotube- graphene nanoribbons composites
75
p2.5 Sheka E.F., Chernozatonskii L.A.
Chemical reactivity and magnetism of graphene
76
p2.6 Davydov S.Yu.
Simple estimations of the elastic characteristics of graphene and silicene
77
p2.7 Dunaev A.V., Belmesov A.A., Archangelsky I.V., Avdeev V.V.
Formation of a highly porous graphene-based material with Pt nanoparticles by intercalation of [Pt(NH3)4]2+ into graphite oxide
78
p2.8 Kosakovskii G.G., Simunin M.M.
Influence of substrate's material on the structure graphene films synthesized by thermal-electric method
79
p2.9 Kvashnin A.G., Sorokin P.B., Kvashnin D.G.
The theoretical study of mechanical properties of graphene membranes
80
p2.10 Latyshev Yu.I., Orlov A.P., Latyshev A.Yu., Vignolles D.,
Interlayer tunnelling spectroscopy of Dirac fermions in graphite
81
p2.11 Volgaev A.S., Osipov V.Yu.
Optical transmission spectroscopy for characterization of absorption due to surface plasmon resonance in multi-shell nanographites
82
p2.12 Rut'kov E.V., Gall N.R.
Graphene layers on Rh(111).
83
   
3.Synthesis and Properties of Carbon Onions and Nanodiamonds
 
P3.1 Dolmatov V.Yu.
Elemental composition and crystallography of detonation S(DND)
84
P3.2 Burkat G.K., Dolmatov V.Yu., Osawa E., Orlova E.A.
Investigation of properties of chrome-nanodiamond coatings based on detonation nanodiamonds (DND) of different producers
85
P3.3 Gavrilov A.S., Voznyakovsky A.P.
Detonation nanocarbons. From explosion to composition
86
P3.4 Ilyin I.V., Soltamova A.A., Baranov P.G., Vul' A.Ya., Kidalov S.V., Shakhov F.M., Mamin G.V., Orlinskii S.B., Salakhov M.Kh.
Detection and identification of nitrogen centers in nanodiamonds: EPR studies
87
P3.5 Karbushev V., Vasil'ev G., Konstantinov I., Semakov A., Kulichikhin V.
Morphology and properties of polymer-nanodiamond composites
88
P3.6 Korobov M.V., Efremova M.M., Avramenko N.V., Ivanova N.I., Rozhkova N.N., Osawa E.
Do primary particles of detonation nanodiamond form a secondary structure?
89
P3.7 Osipov V.Yu., Volgaev A.S., Alexenskiy A.E., Shames A.I., Vul'A.Ya.
Infrared absorption studies of surface functional groups of chemically modified nanodiamonds
90
P3.8 Pecheva E., Pramatarova L., Tanaka Y., Sakamoto H., Doi H., Tsutsumi Y., Vul' A., Hanawa T.
Apatite-nanodiamond composite as a functional coating of stainless steel implants
91
P3.9 Kidalov S.V., Shakhov F.M., Vul' A.Ya., Ozerin A.N., Kurkin T.S.,
Smirnov A.N. Properties of high pressure sintered nanodiamonds and its composites
92
P3.10 Blaut-Blachev A.N., Bouilov L.L., Zolotarevsky V.I., Spitsyn B.V.
Highohmic nanocrystalline diamond films
93
P3.11 Kidalov S.V., Bogomazov I.E., Vul' A.Ya.
Heat transfer in forced convective flows of water-based nanofluids with nanocrystalline diamonds of detonation synthesis
94
P3.12 Aleksenskiy A.E., Dydeikin A.T., Shvidchenko A.V., Vul' A.Ya., Sakseyev D.A., Baidakova M.V.
The aggregation of the particles in the purified detonation nanodiamond
95
4.Inorganic Fullerenes and Nanotubes
 
P4.1 Alshevskiy Yu.L., Blank V.D., Kazennov N.V., Tatyanin Ye.V.
Vapor phase synthesis of filamentary tungsten oxides by HFCVD
96
P4.2 Blank V., Batov D., Kulnitskiy B., Polyakov E., Bagramov R.
Annealing and structural modifications of CNx nanofibers
97
P4.3 Chernobrovkin A.L., Demishev S.V., Glushkov V.V., Goodilin E.A., Grigorieva A.V., Ishchenko T.V., Sluchanko N.E., Tretyakov Yu.D.+, Semeno A.V.
Transport properties of VOx multiwall nanotubes
98
P4.4 Sorokin P.B., Avramov P.V., Demin V.A., Chernozatonskii L.A.
Beta-phase silicon nanowires: structure and properties
99
P4.5 Koroteev V.O., Rogalski I.V., Shubin U.V., Bulusheva L.G., Okotrub A.V.
Formation of MoS2 and Mo2S3 layers on the surface of thermo expanded graphite
100
P4.6 Sorokin P.B., Kvashnin D.G., Kvashnin A.G.
Theoretical investigation of the elastic properties of branched silicon nanowires
101
P4.7 Fokin A.V., Ivanov A., Kumzerov Yu.A., Naberezhnov A.A., Petrov A.A., Semkin V.N., Vakhrushev S.B.
Origin of (-O-H) stretch mode in the chrysotile asbestos: neutron scattering and optical absorption study
102
P4.8 Sorokin P.B., Chernozatonskii L.A.
The theoretical prediction of new MgB2 nanotubes
103
P4.9 Sorokin P.B., Vlasenko A.A.
The investigation of growth mechanism of silicon nanowires
104
P4.10 Sorokin P.B., Zaitsev A.A.
The theoretical study of electronic structure of single nanotube of TiB2
105
P4.11 Zaporotskova I.V., Perevalova E.V., Zaporotskova N.P.
The adsorption properties of baron nanotubes
106
P4.12 Zaporotskova I.V., Perevalova E.V., Zaporotskov P.A.
Semiempirical investigation of boron nanotubes and some structure-modification composites on its base
107
5. Synthesis and Chemical Properties of Fullerene Derivatives
 
P5.1 Agafonov S.S., Somenkov V.A., Filippov A.A.
Structure of intercalates 60 and 70.
108
P5.2 Amsharov K.Yu., Simeonov K., Jansen M.
The principles of reactivity of higher fullerenes
109
P5.3 Bulgakov R.G., Ponomareva Yu.G., Sabirov D.Sh.
Influence of medium on C60 reactivity in liquid phase oxidation of hydrocarbons
110
P5.4 Bulgakov R.G., Galimov D.I., Kinzyabaeva Z.S., Sabirov D.Sh.
A new type of chemiluminescence: liquid phase oxidation of 60H36 fullerene hydride
111
P5.5 Chubarova E.V. and Melenevskaja E.Yu.
Effect of structure of monocyclic aromatic solvents on the consistency of fullerene C60 solvation shell
112
P5.6 Lebedeva M.F., Melenevskaja E.Yu., Chubarova E.V.
Polymer chain degradation during deformation of polystyrene-fullerene C60 composite films
113
P5.7 Churilov G.N., Osipova I.V., Marchenko S.A., Gulyaeva U.E.
Influence of sonic and magnetic fields on fullerene and nanotube formation in carbon-helium plasma of high frequency at atmospheric pressure
114
P5.8 Domratcheva-LvovaL.G., Domrachev G.A., Domracheva E.G., Huipe Nava E., Spivak A.E.
The new molecular structures based on exo- and endo-fullerenes
115
P5.9 Ghanbari B. , Tangeysh B.
The effect of ligand variation on catalytic property of CoSALEN in hydroperoxidation of Fullerene C60
116
P5.10 Ghanbari B., Abadi N.H.
The effect of axial bases in catalytic activity of CoSALEN in oxidation of C60
118
P5.11 Gorina E.A., Titova S.N., Kalakutskaya L.V., Domrachev G.A., Ketkov S.Y., Obiedkov A.M., Poddel'sky A.I., Lopatin M.A.
Organofullerenes with hydrocarbyl and trimethylsilyl groups prepared from lithium and sodium fullerides
119
P5.12 Obiedkov A.M., Gorina E.A., Kaverin B.S., Semenov N.M., Egorov V.A., A.I.Kirillov, Titova S.N., Domrachev G.A., Lopatina T.I., Gusev S.A.
Composite materials obtained on the basis of multi-wall carbon nanotubes
120
P5.14 Gruzinskaya N.I., Silin A.I., Pimenova A.S., Sidorov L.N., Troyanov S.I.
New fluorocycloalkyl derivatives of [60] and [70]fullerenes
122
P5.15 Gubskaya V.P., Fazleeva G.M., Balandina A.A., Latypov S.K., Gubaidullin A.T., Saifina A.F., Nuretdinov I.A.
Synthesis, structure and properties of allyl esters of methanofullerenes
123
P5.16 Ioutsi V.A., Zadorin A.., Ovchinnikova N.S., Yurovskaya M.A.
Application of metal-catalyzed 1, 3-dipolar cycloaddition reactions for synthesis of substituted fulleroproline derivatives
124
P5.17 Yumagulova R.Kh., Medvedeva N.A., Kolesov S.V.
Fractionation of fullerene containing copolymers
125
P5.18 Khamatgalimov A.R., Mukhametshafikova L.R., Kovalenko V.I.
Electronic structure and stability of C80 fullerene IPR-isomers
126
P5.19 Jimenez Gomez M.A., Kharissova O.V., Kharisov B.I.,
Ortiz Mendez U. Synthesis by Prato reaction and in situ UV-characterization of several fulleropyrrolidine derivatives
127
P5.20 Guerrero-Dib X.E., Ortiz-Mendez U., Ferrer D., Sepulveda S., Jose-Yacaman M., Kharissova O.V.
Synthesis and properties of monometallic and bimetallic silver and gold nanoparticles
128
P5.21 Khavrel P.A., Gruzinskaya N.I., Pimenova A.S., Ioffe I.N., Troyanov S.I.
19F NMR studies and DFT calculations of fluorocycloalkylated fullerenes C60/70(C2F4) and C60/70(C2F4)
129
P5.22 Lijanova I., Klimova E., Morales Espinosa E., Martinez-Garcia M.
Fullerene-dendrimers with OPV moieties
130
P5.23 Sanchez-Montes K.E., Klimova T., Martinez-Garcia M.
Synthesis of porphiryn dendrimers with fullerene C60 units in the periphery
131
P5.24 Konarev D.V., Khasanov S.S., Mukhamadieva G.R., Lyubovskaya R.N.
Design of molecular and ionic complexes of fullerene C60 with metal (II) octaethylporphyrins by using coordination M-N(ligand) and M-C(C60-) bonds
132
 

POSTER SESSION II

 
Synthesis and Chemical Properties of fullerene Derivatives (continuation)
 
P5.26 Kornienko E.S., Avdoshenko S.M., Goryunkov A.A, Ioffe I.N., Khavrel P.A., Kozlov A.A., Magdesieva T.V., Sidorov L.N., Vorobiev A.Kh.
Synthesis and investigation of electrochemical properties of novel fluorine derivatives of C60
135
P5.28 Kozlov A., Kornienko J., Brotsman V., Khavrel P., Avdoshenko S., Ioffe I., Goryunkov A., Vorobiev A.
Unprecedented ring expansion of C60: difluoromethylene[60]fullerenes and their hydrides
137
P5.29 Kvyatkovskii O.E., Zakharova I.B., Makarova T.L.
Polymerization of hydrogenated fullerene
138
P5.30 Lebedev V. T., Grushko Yu.S., Orlova D.N., Kozlov V.S., V.P., Kolesnik S.G., Shamanin V.V., Melenevskaya E.Yu.
Aggregation in hydroxylated endohedral fullerene solutions
139
P5.31 Lebedev V.T., Vinogradova L.V., Torok Gy., Shamanin V.V.
Long-range self-assembly in solutions of star-shaped polymers with fullerene C60 multifunctional centers
140
P5.32 Lopatin D.V., Chirkin E.S.
Structure and electronic properties of fullerene derivative: quantum chemical calculations
141
P5.33 Gerasimov V., Losev G., Matuzenko M., Chizhov Yu.V.
Isomers of fullerene C60
142
P5.34 Gubskaya V.P., Fazleeva G.M., Sibgatullina F.G., Berezhnaya L.Sh., Yanilkin V.V., Nastapova N.V., Gubaidullin A.T., Saifina A.F., Nuretdinov I.A.
Thiophene derivatives of methanofullerene and pyrrolidinofullerenes
143
P5.35 Ovchinnikova N.S., Goryunkov A.A., Khavrel P.A., Apenova M.G., Troyanov S.I., Yurovskaya M.A.
Functionalization of Cs-C70(CF3)8: the Bingel reaction
144
P5.36 Kazachenko V., Mieno T., Razanau I.
Structure of thin fullerene C60 polymer and composite C60-PTFE and C60-PANi layers
145
P5.37 Taheri Rizi Z., Ghanbari B., Tangeysh B.
Chemical evaluation of anti-oxidative property of the aminofullerene C60 derivative mixtures
146
P5.38 Ruchenin V.A., Markin A.V., Smirnova N.N.
The thermodynamic properties of the derivatives of 60 fullerene with elementorganic ligands R12C60 (R= t-Bu, Me3Si)
147
P5.39 Sabirov A.R., Stankevich I.V.
DFT modeling of the complexes of osmium with fullerene C70
148
P5.40 Samokhvalov P.S., Skokan E.V., Markov V.Yu., Samokhvalova N.A., Karnatsevich V.L.
Trifluormethylation of sodium fullerides
149
P5.41 Samokhvalova N.A., Khavrel P.A., Troyanov S.I.
New CF3 derivatives of [60]fullerene
150
P5.42 Serov M., Petukhova G., Goryunkov A., Dobrokhotova Zh.
Substitutional fluorination in liquid phase - new way to fluorofullerenes
151
P5.43 Bityuzkaya L.A., Sokolov Yu.V.
Non-linear effects at the non-equilibrium fullerene aggregation
152
P5.44 Gal'pern E.G, Stankevich I.V.
Complexes Pdn(C60)m. Computer modeling of structure and prediction of electron properties
153
P5.46 Troyanov S.I., Tamm N.B.
Derivatization and structure elucidation of higher fullerenes5
155
P5.47 Georgy Fedorov, Paola Barbara, Dmitry Smirnov3, David Jimenez4, Stephan Roche
Selective [2+1]-cycloaddition of diazomethane to [60]fullerene assisted by metal complex catalysts
156
P5.48 Tuktarov A.R., Akhmetov A.R., Dzhemilev U.M.
Catalytic [2+1]-cycloaddition of diazoacetates to [60]fullerene
157
P5.49 Vinogradova L., Filippov A., Shamanin V.
Methods of combination and functionalization of organolithium polymer derivatives of fullerene in the precise synthesis of regular star-shaped structures
158
P5.50 Zverev V.V., Kovalenko V.I., Romanova I.P., Sinyashin O.G.
The mechanism of interaction of azides with C60NR
159
P5.51 Zverev V.V., Kovalenko V.I.
DFT study of cycloaddition of alkyl azides to C60 and elimination of N2 from adducts C60N3R
160
   
6. Photoelectric and Optic Properties of fullerenes
 
P6.1 Basharin A.Y., Dozhdikov V.S., Turchaninov M.A., Lysenko I.Y., Sobina O.A.
Mechanisms of the carbon crystallization from liquid and vapour
161
P6.2 Brykalova X.O., Pavlychev A.A.
Size effects in X-ray absorption and inner-shell photoemission from molecules encapsulated in fullerene
162
P6.3 Brzhezinskaya M.M., Krestinin A.V., Zvereva G.I., Kharitonov A.P., Vinogradov A.S.
Electronic structure of fluorinated single-walled carbon nanotubes studied by X-ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopy
163
P6.4 Brzhezinskaya M.M., Generalov A.V., Vinogradov A.S., Chernysheva M.V., Eliseev A.A., Kiselev N.A., Lukashin A.V., Krestinin A.V., Tretyakov Yu.D.
Electronic structure of CuHal@SWCNTs (Hal=I, Cl, Br) studied by X-ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopy
164
P6.5 Davydov S.N., Gabdullin P.G., Ryumin M.A.
Apparatus for investigating physical nature of nanoporous carbon structure field emission
165
P6.6 Dymarchuk V.O., Zaulychnyy Ya.V., Khyzhun O.Yu., Ogenko V.M., Naboka O.V., Dubrovina L.V., Volkov S.V.
An X-ray emission spectroscopy study of the electronic structure of products of toluene diisocyanate carbonization in an Al2O3 matrix
166
P6.7 Generalov A.V., Brzhezinskaya M.M., Puttner R., Vinogradov A.S., Chernysheva M.V., Eliseev A.A., Kiselev N.A., Lukashin A.V., Tretyakov Yu.D.
NEXAFS characterization of electronic structure for CuI@SWCNT nanocomposite
167
P6.8 Gorshkov K.V., Nevolin V.K., Bobrinetskiy I.I., Tsarik K.A.
The nanographite 2D-structures investigation with making use of atomic-force and ion-beam methods
168
P6.9 Kiselyova K.S., Devaux X., Tsareva S.Yu., Zharikov E.V., McRae E.
Morphological features of carbon nanostructures synthesized by pyrolysis of benzene in the presence of sulphur
169
P6.10 Klyushin A.Yu., Brzhezinskaya M.M., Generalov A.V., Puttner R. Vinogradov .S.
Features of resonant F KLL Auger spectra from fluorinated multi-walled carbon nanotubes
170
P6.11 Komarova N.S., Krivenko A.G., Stenina E.V., Sviridova L.N.
Electrochemical behavior of carbon nanostructures at camphor and sodium cryptate adsorption
171
P6.12 Kosticheva D.M., Voznyakovsky A.P., Sazanov Yu.N.
The use of cocarbonization processes for creation of the porous carbon systems
172
P6.13 Latypov Z.Z., Golikov G.K., Pozdnyakov O.F., Gall L.N.
Separating of fullerenes and their compounds in impulse inhomogeneous electric fields
173
P6.14 Lebedev A.A., Kotousova I.S., Lavrent'ev A.A., Lebedev S.P., Makarenko I.V., Petrov V.N., Smirnov A.N., Titkov A.N.
Investigation of nanocarbon films on SiC surface formed by sublimation epitaxy in vacuum
174
P6.15 Milyavskiy V.V., Ten K.A., Borodina T.I., Basharin A.Yu., Dozhdikov V.S., Lukianchikov L.A., Pruuel E.R., Tolochko B.P., Zhulanov V.V.
Shock compressibility of C70 fullerene via synchrotron radiation technique
175
P6.16 Lad'yanov V.I., Nikonova R.M., Merzlyakova M.A., Aksyonova V.V.
Thermal behavior of C60 and C70 fullerenes in various environments
176
P6.17 Osipova I.V., Lopatin V.A., Vnukova N.G., Novikov P.V., Churilov G.N.
Emission spectroscopy as the main control method for carbon nanoparticles synthesis
177
P6.18 Papoular R.J., Dmitriev V., Davydov V.A., Rakhmanina A.V., Agafonov V.
Study of the orthorhombic polymeric phase of C60 under high-pressure using X-ray synchrotron radiation
178
P6.19 Pavlenko O.L., Dmytrenko O.P., Kulish M.P., Bulavin L.A., Bilyi M.M., Stashchuk V.S. Grabovskyi Yu.E. Zabolotnyi M.A. Prylutskyi Yu.I., Scarff P.
Change of C60 fullerites properties under irradiation with electrons and ions
179
P6.20 Zaulychnyy Ya., Solonin Yu., Prilutski E., Petrovska S.
X-ray spectral investigation of electronic structure peculiarities in carbon onions, nanotubes and fullerenes
180
P6.21 Rols S., Papoular R.J., Davydov V.A., Rakhmanina A.V., Autret C. Agafonov V.
Study of C60 peapods after high-pressure- high- temperature treatment
181
P6.22 Blagoveshchenskii N.M., Novikov A.N., Rozhkova N.N., Osawa E.
Diffusion characteristics of water in the vicinity of single-nano buckydiamond as revealed by quasielastic neutron scattering
182
P6.23 Shabanova I.N., Terebova N.S.
Application of the x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy method for studying the variation of the magnetic moment of the 3d-metal atoms in nanoforms
183

POSTER SESSION III

 
7. Carbon Cluster Formation and Phase Transitions in Nanocarbons
 
P7.1 Agafonov S.S., Kokin I.F., Somenkov V.A.
Mechanoactivation of fullerites
186
P7.2 Agafonov S.S., Glazkov V.P., Kokin I.F., Somenkov V.A.
Polyamorphous transition in amorphous fullerenes
187
P7.3 Blank V.D., Alshevskiy Yu.L., Kazennov N.V., Kulnitskiy B.A., Tatyanin Ye.V., Belousov Yu.A.
Synthesis of long multiwalled carbon nanotube strands
188
P7.4 Avdeev M.V., Tropin T.V., Bodnarchuk I.A., Yaradaikin S.P., Rosta L., Aksenov V.L.
On structural features of fullerene C60 dissolved in carbon disulfide: complementary study by small-angle neutron scattering and molecular dynamic simulations
189
P7.5 Chernogorova O.P., Drozdova E.I., Ovchinnikova I.N.
Effect of high-temperature annealing on the structure and properties of the superelastic hard carbon particles obtained from fullerenes under pressure
190
P7.6 Davydov V.A., Shiryaev A.A., Rakhmanina A.V., Filonenko V.P., Vasil`ev A.L., Autret C., Agafonov V.N., Khabashesku V.N.
Polyhedral nanosize carbon particles at high pressures and temperatures
191
P7.7 Basharin A.Y., Dozhdikov V.S., Turchaninov M.A., Sobina O.A.
Ostwald rule of stages applied to the supercooled liquid carbon
192
P7.8 Kataeva E.A., Bozhko A.D., Ishchenko T.V., Shupegin M.L., Demishev S.V.
Electric field-enhanced charge transport in amorphous carbon films
193
P7.9 Kyzyma O.A., Avdeev M.V., Aksenov V.L., Korobov M.V., Snegir S.V., Bulavin L.A., Rosta L.
Cluster formation and solvatochromism in fullerene C60 solutions based on nitrogen-containing solvents
194
P7.10 Bykov N.Y., Leshchev D.V.
Modeling of water clusters formation processes in the inner atmosphere of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet
195
P7.11 Bykov N.Y., Leshchev D.V.
Collision models of monomer-cluster and cluster-cluster interaction for the direct simulation Monte Carlo method
196
P7.12 Mezhov-Deglin L.P., Efimov V.B., Kolmakov G.V., Levchenko A.A., Lokhov A.V., Izotov A.N., Nesvizhevsky V.V.
Novel nanocluster systems in superfluid helium
197
P7.13 Afrosimov V.V., Basalaev A.A., Panov M.N., Smirnov O.V.
Formation of carbonic cluster ions at the ionization of fullerenes and multiatomic molecules of hydrocarbons
198
P7.14 Rud A.D., Kuskova N.I., Ivaschuk L.I., Uvarov V.N., Zelinskaya G.M., Perekos A.E., Belyi N.M.
Structure state of carbon nanomaterials produced by high-energy electric discharge techniques
199
P7.15 Tropin T.V., Avdeev M.V., Kyzyma O.A., Aksenov V.L.
Kinetics of fullerene cluster growth in nitrogen-containing solvents
200
P7.16 Zhilinskaya E.A., Aboukais A., Abi-Aad E., Rakhmanina A.V., Davydov V.A., Agafonov V.
Comparative EPR study of monomer and polymer C60 phases
201
P7.17 Zuev V.V., Potalyzin M.G., Kostromin S.V., Shlikov A.V.
Polymer nanocomposites containing fullerene C60 nanofillers
202
8.Photoelectric and Optic Properties of Fullerenes and Nanotubes
 
P8.1 Bekhterev A.N.
FTIR and DRS spectroscopy of nanocarbon vibration states
203
P8.2 Dmytrenko O.P., Kulish M.P., Kobus O.S., Olasiuk O., Bilyi M.M., Zabolotnyi M.A., Prylutskyi Yu.I., Shlapatska V.V.
Photoluminescence of organic semiconductors sensitized by fullerenes C60
204
P8.3 Lewandowska K., Wrobel D., Milczarek G.
Nanolayers of donor-acceptor systems composed of fullerene and chromophor
205
P8.4 Lopatin M.A., Klapshina L.G., Grigoryev I.S., Semenov V.V.
Fullerene C60 as effective luminescence quencher of Yb (III) phenyltetracyanoporphyrazine complexe
206
P8.5 Makarets N., Mikoushkin V.M.
Monte-Carlo model of formation of a swarm of low energy electrons in fullerite C60 under electrons in the keV- energy range
207
P8.6 Bazhenov A.V., Bashkin I.O., Maksimuk M.Yu., Fursova T.N., Moravskii A.P.
C60H42 Oxidation in Air
208
P8.7 Meletov K.P., Arvanitidis J., Christofilos D., Kourouklis G.A., Iwasa Y.
High temperature depolymerization of the 2D(R) C60 polymer studied by Raman spectroscopy
209
P8.8 Mikoushkin V.M., Nikonov S.Yu., Shnitov V.V., Gordeev Yu.S.
Correlation of plasmon and Auger energies and its use for diagnostic of irradiated and degraded fullerite C60
210
P8.9 Mikoushkin V.M., Bryzgalov V.V., Nikonov S.Yu., Shnitov V.V., Gordeev Yu.S., Boltalina O., I.V. Gol'dt, Brzhezinskaya M.M.
Electronic structure and radiation instability of C60F48
211
P8.10 Mikoushkin V.M., Solonitsina A.P.
Diffluence of solid C60 film due to high rate surface diffusion of fullerenes
212
P8.11 Nikitenko S.L., Spitsina N.G., Kaplunov M.G., Tomilova L.G.
New photovoltaic materials based on composites of conjugated polymer with tetra-substituted metallophthalocyanines and [60]fullerene
213
P8.12 Lad'yanov V.I., Aksyonova V.V., Nikonova R.M.
The FT-IR spectroscopic studies of the destruction of the fullerites C60 and C70 under heating in the air
214
P8.13 Pavlychev A.A., Brykalova X.O.
"Windows" in 1s shell photoemission from 1D crystalline structures encapsulated in carbon nanotubes
215
P8.14 Sheka E.F., Razbirin B.S., Starukhin A.N., Nelson D.K., Degunov M.Yu., Lyubovskaya R.N., Troshin P.A., Fazleeva G.M., Gubskaya V.P., Nuretdinov I.A.
Dependence of nanophotonics of fullerene solutions on molecular structure
216
P8.15 Razbirin B.S., Sheka E.F., Starukhin A.N., Nelson D.K., Degunov M.Yu., Troshin P.A., Lyubovskaya R.N.
Shpolskii effect in optical spectra of frozen toluene solutions of organic C60-fullerene derivative
217
P8.16 Sabirov D.Sh., Bulgakov R.G., Khursan S.L., Razumovskii S.D.
Chemiluminescent test for oxofullerenecarbonyl oxides generated by fullerenes ozonolysis
218
P8.17 Sporysh I., Frolov V., . Gogotsi H., Kysil O., Buzaneva E., Lukashuk L., Penkova L., Ritter U., Scharff P., Erb T., Gobsch G.
Photospectroscopy revealing of interface organization of fullerol molecule and molecular metal ion complex with protein amino-acid molecule as novel fullerene derivative for single molecular biosensor
219
P8.18 Kysil1O., Sporysh I., Buzaneva E., Erb T., Gobsch G., Ritter U., Scharff P.
Design and testing of fullerene photoprobes for ds-, ss-DNA molecules
220
P8.19 Uvarov M.N., Kulik L.V., Dzuba S.A.
Spin relaxation of fullerene C70 photoexcited triplets in glassy matrices
221
P8.20 Belousova I.M., Kislyakov I.M., Videnichev D.A., Rozhkova N.N., Tupolev A.G.
Shungite carbon as a material for optical limiting of high intensity laser radiation in the visible and near infrared region
222
P8.21 Zakharova I.B., Kvyatkovskii O.E., Ermolaeva G.M., Shilov V.B., Spitsyna N.G.
Nonlinear optical properties of fullerene-porphyrin complexes
223
9. Biological and Medical Aspects of Nanocarbons
 
P9.1 Abdullin T.I., Nikitina I.I., Bulatov E.R., Bondar O.V.
Carbon nanotube-based separation and analysis of nucleic acids
224
P9.2 Goryunov A., Borisova A., Rozhkov S., Rozhkova N.
Spontaneous haemoglobin Fe(II) oxidation in fullerene C60 water dispersion
225
P9.3 Ichkitidze L.P., Podgaetsky V.M., Selishchev S.V.
Bulk biocompatible composite nanomaterial
226
P9.4 Ichkitidze L.P., Podgaetsky V.M., Ponomarova O.V., Selishchev S.V.
Research of durability of seams of the cartilage tissue with composite nanomaterial in the laser solder
227
P9.5 Kisel V.P.
Antipodal effects of fullerene nanoparticles on biological tissues are determined by deformation hardening or softening
228
P9.6 Povarov N.I., Yakutseni P.P.
Fullerenes and bioions: ensembles of structures for nanobio
229
P9.7 Sharonova L.V., Melenevskaya E.Yu., Podosenova N.G., Kuznetsov A.S.
Investigation of specific adsorption properties of silica gel in respect to blood plasma lipoproteides in the presence of fullerene
230
P9.8 Ulanova L.S., Piotrovsky L.B., Dumpis M.A., Litasova E.V., Shavlovsky M.M., Kiselev O.I.
Complexes of pristine fullerene C60 with proteins
231
10. Industrial Applications of Nanocarbons
 
P10.1 Obolensky M.A., Basteev A.V., Bazyma L.A.
Hydrogen storage in irradiated low dimensional structures
232
P10.2 Bobrinetskiy I.I., Nevolin V.K.
Carbon nanotubes in electronics and sensor devices
233
P10.3 Mordkovich V.Z., Karaeva A.R., Zaglyadova S.V., Maslov I.A., Don A.K.
Higher yield growth of multiwall carbon nanotubes at Fe-based catalysts
234
P10.4 Kiselev V.M., Kislyakov I.M., Pavlova A.L.
Development and study of new modified fullerene coatings for the singlet oxygen generation
235
P10.5 Penkova A.V., Toikka A.M., Pientka Z., Polotskaya G.A.
MWCNT/poly(phenylene-iso-phtalamide) nanocomposite membranes for pervaporation of organic mixtures
236
P10.6 Sapurina I.Yu., Stejskal J.
Nanocomposites based on carbon materials and polyaniline for various applications
237
P10.8 Vershinin N.N. , Efimov O.N., Bakaev V.A., Korobov I.I., Gusev A.L., Alexenskii A.E., Vul' A.Ya.,
Newcatalytic systems based on nanodiamonds for CO oxidation
238
11. Others
 
P11.1 Alekseyev N.I., Aleshin A.N., Aleshin P.A., Charykov N.A., Namasbaev V.I., Potalitsin M.G., Zuev V.V.
Conductivity of polyamids, 6, modified with fullerenes and nanoplanar carbon.
240
P11.2 Alekseyev N.I., Goncharov V.D.
Mechanism for carbon nanotube assembly to the bundles and calculation of existence domains for different nanotube structures on the diagram " temperature catalytic particle diameter "
241
P11.3 Bazhenov A.V., Fursova T.N., Grazhulene S.S. Red'kin A.N., Telegin G.F.
Sorption of metals on multiwall carbon nanotubes
242
P11.4 Bozhko A.D., Kataeva E.A., Glushkov V.V., Ishchenko T.V., Shupegin M.L., Demishev S.V.
Inelastic tunnelling of electrons in amorphous metal-carbon nanocomposites
243
P11.5 244
P11.6 Davletova O.A., Zaporotskova I.V.
Impact of pyrolized polyacrylonitrile structure on the process of oxidation
245
P11.7 Davletova O.A., Zaporotskova I.V.
Fluorination of carbon nanostructures on the base of pyrolized polyacrylonitrile
246
P11.8 Davydov V.Ya., Kalashnikova E.V.
Comparison of adsorption properties of some nanocarbon materials surfaces
247
P11.9 Diudea M.V.
C60 family and related lattices
248
P11.10 Efremenkova V.M., Krukovskaya N.V., Ustinova E.A.
Visualisation of the cutting edge applied research in the field of fullerenes and nanotubes
249
P11.11 Fedorov G., Barbara P., Smirnov D, Jimenez D., Roche S.
Exponential magnetoresistance of carbon nanotube devices
250
P11.12 Sominski G.G., Svetlov I.A., Tumareva T.A.
Ion treatment of field emitters having fullerene coatings
251
P11.13 Sajko D.S., Ganzha V.V.
Simulation of adsorption of wet steams on a surface of non-metallic nanocrystals using cluster methods
252
P11.14 Meschi B.Ch., Ryzkin .., Ilyasov V.V., Nikiforov I.Ya., Ershov I.V., Velikochatzkii D..
Zone structure and chemical bonds of two-dimensional system MG/MnO(001): Ab initio study
253
P11.15 Katin K.P., Podlivaev A.I.
Dependence between the frequency factor of fullerene C20 thermal decay and buffer gas pressure
254
P11.16 Komarov I.A.
Nanotube analysis with the desktop educational and research nanotechnological complex
255
P11.17 Voznyakovsky A.P., Kudoyarova V.Kh., Kudoyarov M.F., Lebedev V.M., Lebedev V.T.
Structure of modified polysiloxan blockcopolymers in neutron scattering
256
P11.18 Kulbachinskii V.A., Bulychev B.M., Lunin R.A., Kytin V.G.
Superconductivity of fullerides AnHgxC60 (A = K, Rb; n = 2, 3) synthesised from amalgams
257
P11.19 Makarova T.L., Kvyatkovskii O.E., Zakharova I.B., Buga S.G., Volkov A.P., Shelankov A.L.
Reversible magnetic ordering in fullerene films
258
P11.20 Maslov M.M.
Numerical simulation of hydrocarbon cubane-based nanostructures
259
P11.21 Matzuy L., Vovchenko L., Prylutskyy Yu., Oliynyk V., Launetz V., Eklund P.
Electrodynamic properties of nanocarbon-epoxy composites
260
P11.22 Moliver S.S.
Magnetic ordering in abruptly compressed FCC fullerite
261
P11.23 Nasibulin A.G., Anisimov A.S., Jiang H., Shandakov S.D., Launois P., Cambedouzou J., Kauppinen E.I.
Investigations of single-walled carbon nanotube formation mechanism
262
P11.24 Nasibulin Albert G. Prokofyeva E.V., Zaporotskova I.V.
apillary introduction of elementary fluorine and oxygen into single-walled carbon nanotube: semi-empirical research
263
P11.25 Rodin V.M., Emelianov G.A., Vozniakovskii A.P., Udin V.E.
Stabilization iron nanoparticles for magnetic fluids
264
P11.26 Sabirov D.Sh., Bulgakov R.G., Khursan S.L.
Fullerenes reactivity in terms of local curvature and polarizability
265
P11.27 Sheka E.F.
Broken spin-symmetry HF and DFT approaches. comparative analysis for nanocarbons
266
P11.28 Shpilevsky E.M.
Mass transfer in the metal-fullerene structures
267
P11.29 G.G. Sominski, T.A.Tumareva, V.E. Sezonov, S.K. Gordeev, S.B. Korchagina, D.A. Sakseev
Field emitters on the base of nanocarbon composite materials
268
P11.30 Talyzin A.V., Solozhenko V.L., Kurakevych O.O., Szabo T., Dkny I., Kurnosov A., Dmitriev V.
Expansion of graphite oxide lattice due to high pressure induced water insertion
269
P11.31 Terekhov A.I.
Scientometric indicators for evaluating the carbon nanotechnology development
270
P11.32 Udovyk O.O.
Solar fullerenes and carbon nanotubes
271
P11.33 Yagafarov O.F., Gromnitskaya E.L., Lyapin A.G., Brazhkin V.V., Kondrin M.V., Bogdan A.V.
New data on compressibility of molecular fullerites C60 and C70
272
P11.34 Zagainova V.S., Makarova T.L., Spitsina N.G., Yagubskii E.B.
Magnetization training effect in fullerene-containing single molecular magnet
273
P11.35 Zakharova I.B., Suprun E.I., Makarova T.L.
C60CdS thin film as a bulk heterojunction
274
AUTHOR INDEX 275
CONTENTS 280