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Chemistry - Physical Chemistry | Nanoscale Materials

Nanoscale Materials

Liz-Marzán, Luis M., Kamat, Prashant V.

2003, XX, 500 p.

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Organized nanoassemblies of inorganic nanoparticles and organic molecules are building blocks of nanodevices, whether they are designed to perform molecular level computing, sense the environment or improve the catalytic properties of a material. The key to creation of these hybrid nanostructures lies in understanding the chemistry at a fundamental level. This book serves as a reference book for researchers by providing fundamental understanding of many nanoscopic materials.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » carbon nanotubes - chemistry - composite - crystal - dynamics - electrochemistry - nanoparticle - photonics - polymer - quantum dot - sol-gel - surfaces

Related subjects » Characterization & Evaluation of Materials - Inorganic Chemistry - Physical Chemistry

Table of contents 

1. Nanoscale Materials; L.M. Liz-Marzán, P.V. Kamat. 2. Chemically Functionalized Metal Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Properties and Applications; E. Katz, A. Shipweay, I. Willner. 3. Metal Nanoparticles for Catalysis; N. Toshima. 4. Ultrafast Dynamics of Metal Nanospheres and Nanorods; Min Hu, G.V. Hartland. 5. Radiation Effects in Nanoparticle Suspensions; D. Meisel. 6. Synthesis of Nanoparticles in Microemulsions; M.A. López-Quintela, J. Rivas, M.C. Blanco, C. Tojo. 7. Chemical Aspects of Semiconductor Nanocrystals; T. Trindade. 8. Spectroelectrochemistry of Semiconductor Colloid Quantum Dots; P. Guyot-Sionnest. 9. Nanoparticles with Polymeric Surfaces-Fillers and Models for Utrasoft Colloids; W. Schärtl. 10. Properties of Nipam-Based Intelligent Microgel Particles: Investigated Using Scattering Methods; T. Hellweg. 11. Design of Nanoscale Materials Using Silica-Coated Metal Nanocolloids; L.M. Liz-Marzán. 12. Fabrication of Inorganic Nanocomposites Using Self-Assembly and Sol-Gel Processing; S. Tamil-Selvan. 13. Organization of Layer-By-Layer Assembled Nanocomposites: Functional Effects in Photonics and Biomaterials; N.A. Kotov, L.M. Liz-Marzán. 14. New Applications and Properties of Langmuir-Blodgett Films; I. Prieto, M.T. Martín, L. Camacho. 15. Assemblies of Magnetic Particles; M. Hilgendorff, M. Giersig. 16. Magnetic Nanostructures from Clusters; A. Perez, V. Dupuis, J. Tuaillon-Combes, L. Bardotti, B. Prével, P. Mélinon, M. Jamet, W. Wernsdorfer, B. Barbara.17. Magnetic Thin Films; M. Farle. 18. Three-Dimensional Photonic Crystals Made from Colloids; A. Imhof. 19. Fundamentals and Technological Aspects of Carbon Nanotubes; S. Subramoney. 20. Molecular Assembly of Fullerenes as Nanoclusters and Nanostructured Films; P.T. Kamat, K.G. Thomas. Index.

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