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Ch 13: Carbon Lattices & Nanomaterials

About This Chapter

You can get a quick refresher on carbon and carbon nanomaterials for an upcoming test or classroom discussion using this chapter. The lessons and self-assessment quizzes cover the different natural types of carbon as well as artificially created ones.

Carbon Lattices & Nanomaterials - Chapter Summary

Carbon is an important element with a wide variety of uses. Use these lessons to explore the naturally occurring carbon lattices and some of the advanced nanomaterials scientists and engineers are creating from carbon. You will learn about the three allotropes of carbon and the crystalline structure of carbon molecules. Once you have finished these lessons, you will be able to:

  • Identify the three carbon allotropes
  • Define fullerenes and identify their structure
  • Discuss chemical bonding
  • Identify the crystalline structure of different carbon molecules

Our professional instructors create each lesson to provide an engaging and informative video and transcript. Use the interactive quizzes after you finish the lessons to be sure you fully understood the topic covered. If you need to review any point, the video tags available in your Timeline allow you to easily jump between lessons.

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