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TVT, 2015, Volume 53, Issue 1, Pages 117–140 (Mi tvt207)  

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Review

Nanocarbon materials: Physicochemical and exploitation properties, synthesis methods, and enegretic applications

A. V. Eletskiiab, V. Yu. Zitsermanb, G. A. Kobzevb

a National Research University "Moscow Power Engineering Institute"
b Scientific Association for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The development of studies on the preparation, physicochemical properties, and possible applications of carbon nanomaterials in power manufacturing, conversion, and storage systems is analyzed in this review. The authors continue to study the problem of systematization and attestation of numerical data for nanoscale objects and pay special attention to the properties of carbon structures that show the highest application potential and already occupy a definite niche in the nanotechnology market. The features of contemporary systems for power manufacturing, conversion, and storage are considered in detail from the viewpoint of possible application of nanocarbon materials in these systems including the dependence of power device parameters on the complex of nanomaterial properties and details of its structure and synthesis technology.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.7868/S0040364415010032

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English version:
High Temperature, 2015, 53:1, 130–150

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UDC: 620.3
Received: 17.02.2014
Accepted:15.04.2014

Citation: A. V. Eletskii, V. Yu. Zitserman, G. A. Kobzev, “Nanocarbon materials: Physicochemical and exploitation properties, synthesis methods, and enegretic applications”, TVT, 53:1 (2015), 117–140; High Temperature, 53:1 (2015), 130–150

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