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AAA (simple hexagonal graphite). Multilayer graphene systems are all semimetals in which the semimetallic behavior is caused by the interaction with the atoms of the added planes. 04 eV. The weak interlayer interaction plays an important role in the electronic structure near K and K points. The Dirac Fermion disappears as soon as one increases the number of layers. Another parameter that suppresses the Dirac Fermion is the conﬁnement eﬀect. Nanoribbons that exhibit a conﬁnement along one axis are a good example Nakada et al.
6 Applications The extremely high porosity and the low density of these periodic schwarzite carbon materials suggested many possible applications, as thermal insulators, in catalysis for the giant surface/volume ratio, in electrochemistry as well. However, such porous structures are prominently attractive for gas and energy storage (especially hydrogen storage). With the imperious need of hydrogen storage materials, this class of carbon network are all the more interesting as they are crystals, with no dangling bonds contrary to most of the foams contemplated for the same purpose.
This would ensure the operation of NEMS at very high frequency with an ultimate quality factor. Besides, regarding optical applications, the well-known luminescence of diamond point defects (color centers) is the subject of a revival. The robust light emission of color centers consisting of a carbon vacancy linked to a nitrogen doping atom (N-V center) combined with the recent progress in the synthesis of diamond nanocrystals has lead to the creation of stable single-photon nanoemitters that are of great interest for quantum communication and cryptography.