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Waser, R. (2012) Nanoelectronics and Information Technology. 3rd Edition, WILEY-VCH.

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  • TITLE: Nano Structures and Its Thermodynamic Properties Using TIM

    AUTHORS: Ali Asghar Khakpoor, Bahare Agahi Keshe, Ali Agahi Kesheh

    KEYWORDS: Nanostructures, Gibbs Energy, Heat of Formation, Acenes, Nanostructures, ISI Index

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, Vol.3 No.11, November 13, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Manufacturing parts in nanoscale and investigating their properties has involved some limitations, and in some cases it is practically impossible; therefore, scholars have recently focused on micro-parts in natural scale, which has led to the advent of the field of nanostructures. Phenacenes with formula C4n+2H2n+4 are a family of organic molecules which have received a lot of attention in nanoscale. However, investigating the thermodynamic properties is highly expensive, especially when there are more than 6 loops. The present study was conducted in order to predict the thermodynamic properties of phenacenes family bu using Topological Indices Method (TIM). Topological index is a numeral molecular graph which is referred to as molecular graph. This number indicates some molecular properties. One of the topological indices is RRR which is investigated and measured in phenacenes family. Afterwards, by calculating Heat of Formation and Gibbs Energy for some members of this family and comparing them with data provided by valid articles, we could propose an appropriate model to predict some thermodynamic properties of this family.