Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry
Nanotechnology is almost a household word now-a-days, or at least some word with
‘‘nano’’ in it, such as nanoscale, nanoparticle, nanophase, nanocrystal, or nanomachine.
This field now enjoys worldwide attention and a National Nanotechnology
Initiative (NNI) is about to be launched.
Nanoscale Sensors (Lecture Notes in Nanoscale Science and Technology)
This book is a comprehensive introduction to nanoscale materials for sensor applications, with a focus on connecting the fundamental laws of physics and the chemistry of materials with device design. Nanoscale sensors can be used for a wide variety of applications, including the detection of gases, optical signals, and mechanical strain, and...
Lanthanide-Doped Luminescent Nanomaterials: From Fundamentals to Bioapplications
Lanthanide-Doped Luminescent Nanomaterials reviews the latest advances in the development of lanthanide-doped luminescent inorganic nanoparticles for potential bioapplications. This book covers the chemical and physical fundamentals of these nanoparticles, such as the controlled synthesis methodology, surface modification chemistry,...
Application of Nanotechnology in Water Research
Details the water research applications of nanotechnology in various areas including environmental science, remediation, membranes, nanomaterials, and water treatment
At the nano size, materials often take on unique and sometimes unexpected properties that result in them being ‘tuned’ to build faster, lighter,...
Semiconducting Metal Oxides for Gas Sensing
This book focuses on the use of semiconducting metal oxides as gas sensing materials, including the sensing mechanism and sensing materials modification approach, while also providing a comprehensive introduction to semiconductor gas sensing devices. As an essential part of IoT (Internet of things), gas sensors have shown great...
Solution Processing of Inorganic Materials Discover the materials set to revolutionize the electronics industry
The search for electronic materials that can be cheaply solution-processed into films, while simultaneously providing quality device characteristics, represents a major challenge for materials scientists. Continuous semiconducting thin films with large carrier mobilities are...
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