Publikációs jegyzék / Publications

Tematikus jegyzék / Papers thematically grouped

Karbon nanocsövek elektrokémiai szintézise / electrochemical synthesis of carbon nanotubes

J.125. J.Sytchev, G.Kaptay: Influence of alkali metal on the erosion of a graphite cathode and morphology of carbon nanotubes – Electrochim Acta, 2009, vol.54, pp. 6725-6731.

J.120. T.Gábor, F.H.Kármán, J.Sytchev, E.Kálmán, G.Kaptay: The separation of carbon nanotubes from chlorides – Carbon, 2009, vol.47, pp.1195-1198.

J.60. J.Miklósi, P.Póczik, I.Sytchev, K.Papp, G.Kaptay, P.Nagy, E.Kálmán: Atomic force microscopy investigation of electrochemically produced carbon nanotubes – Appl.Phys., 2001, vol. A72, pp. S189-S192.

P.65. G.Kaptay, I.Sytchev, J.Miklósi, P.Póczik, K.Papp, P.Nagy, E.Kálmán: Electrochemical synthesis of carbon nanotubes and microtubes from molten salts – Progress in Molten Salt Chemistry, vol.1. (Proc. of EUCHEM 2000), 2000, Elsevier, Paris, pp. 257-262. 

J.107. Gábor T., Kármánné H.F., J.Sytchev, Kaptay Gy., Kálmán E.: Extraction and characterization of carbon nanotubes, obtained by electrochemical synthesis from molten salts (in Hungarian) – BKL Kohászat, 2007, vol.140., No.2, pp. 43-50.

J.81. M.S.Yaghmaee, Zs.Demeter, J.Sytchev, J.Lakatos, G.Kaptay: Some aspects of the electrochemical formation of carbon microtubes from molten chlorides – JMM, 2003, vol.39B, No.1-2, pp.343-352 (for www availability see BJE4)

J.80. I.Lukovits, A.Gaovac, E.Kálmán, G.Kaptay, P.Nagy, S.Nikolic, J.Sytchev, N.Trinajstic – Nanotubes: Number of Kekulé Structures and Aromacity – J. Chem. Inf. Comput. Sci., 2003, vol.43, pp.609-614.

P.81. J.Miklósi, P.Nagy, E.Kálmán, I.Sytchev, M.S.Yaghmaee, G.Kaptay: Examination of Carbon Nanotubes Developed by the Electrochemical Synthesis - Proc. of MICROCAD 2001, Section: Chemistry, 2001, pp. 81-86

P.72. G.Kaptay, I.Sytchev, M.S.Yaghmaee, A.Kovács, E.Cserta, M.Árk: Electrochemical Synthesis of Refractory Borides and Carbon Nano-Micro Tubes frrom Molten Salts – Proc. 6th Int. Symp. on Molten Salt Chemistry and Technology, ed. by Chen Nianyi and Qiao Zhiyu, Shanghai University Press, 2001, 168-173.