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Materials | Nanodevices and Nanomaterials for Ecological Security

Nanodevices and Nanomaterials for Ecological Security

Shunin, Yuri N., Kiv, Arnold E. (Eds.)

2012, XX, 363 p. 184 illus.

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  • Novel nanodevices and nanomaterials
  • Ecological security, ecological safety and ecological risk management problems
  • Novel nanosensoring systems

 

This book is devoted to a wide range of problems concerning applications of nanomaterials and nanodevices as effective solutions to modern ecological problems. Leading experts in nanoscience and nanotechnology present the key theoretical, experimental and implementation issues related to the creation and utilization of novel nanoscale devices to help ensure ecological security. The authors discuss appropriate nanotechnologies for minimizing various types of risk: to human life, technogenic risk, or indeed terrorist threats. Particular emphasis is placed on defining and studying the required materials properties, and – in the field – on nanoscale devices for sensors and monitoring.

Content Level » Graduate

Keywords » Ecological Security and Safety - Nanodevices and Nanomaterials - Nanosensors

Related subjects » Applied & Technical Physics - Condensed Matter Physics - Engineering - Materials - Monitoring & Environmental Analysis

Table of contents 

Nanomaterials.  Nanoporous Dielectric Materials for Advanced Micro- and Nanoelectronics; M. Baklanov.- Sciences in Micro- and Nanoelectronics Processes using an Environmentally-Friendly Medium; E. Kondoh et al.- Ion-Beam Induced Formation of Nanoparticles with Predicted Structure; L. Kutsenko et al.- Potential of Carbon Nanotubes for Cancer Cells Thermolysis in an RF Exposing Field; M. Shuba et al.- Strain Fields and Electronic Structure of Vacancy-Type Defects in Graphene from First-Principles Simulation; A. Krasheninnikov.- Structural Channels as Natural Tracks in Crystals; D. Fuks et al.- Symmetry And Non-Empirical Calculations of Structure and Properties of Single- and Double-Wall SrTiO3 Nanotubes; R. Evarestov, A. Bandura.- Cylindrical Wave Method for Pure and Doped Nanotubes; P. D’yachkov.- CNT Arrays Grown upon Catalytic Nickel Particles as Applied in the Nanoelectronic Devices: Ab Initio Simulation of Growth Mechanism;  Yu. F. Zhukovskii et al.- Electrical Properties and Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness of Carbon Based Epoxy Nanocomposites; S. Bellucci et al.- Ab Initio Calculations of SrTiO3 (111) Surfaces; R. Eglitis.- Nanocomposites for Novel Sensing Systems; A. Sternberg et al.- Quasi-One-Dimensional Silicon Clusters as Elements of Novel Nanowires; F. Umarova et al.- Interaction Between Oxygen and Yttrium Impurity Atoms as Well as Vacancies in Fcc Iron Lattice: Ab Initio Modeling; A. Gopejenko et al.- Wear Resistant Nanostructured Multi-Component Coatings; M. Urbana et al.- Nanocomposite Materials – Ferroelectric Nanoparticles Incorporated into Porous Matrix; E.Rysiakiewicz-Pasek et al.- Mechanism of Intermolecular Electron Transfer in Bionanostructures; A. Gruodis et al.- Cluster Embedding Method With Non-Orthogonal Wave Functions for Simulation of Nanodevices; E.K. Shidlovskaya.- Nanodevices. Smart Sensor Systems; G. Hunter et al.- Foundry Technologies Focused on Environmental and Ecological Applications; Ya. Roizin et al.-  Electronic Noise in Deeply Scaled Nanodevices; C. Pace.- Simulation of Fundamental Properties of CNT- and GNR-Metal Interconnects for Development of New Nanosensor Systems; Yu. Shunin.- Surface Modification for Novel Nanosensors Creation; V. Smatko et al.- Status and Perspectives of Ion Track Electronics for Advanced Biosensing; L. Alfonta.- Ion Track Based Novel Nanostructures: A Step Towards Magnetic Nanosensors; A. Chandra, S. Rawat.- Diffusion Process in Quasi-One-Dimensional Structures as Elements of Novel Nanodevices; J.-R. Kalnin.- New Adsorption Active Nanoclusters for Ecological Monitoring; V. Litovchenko et al.- Nanostructured Intermetallic-Ceramic Coatings for the Gas Turbine Engines Blade; I. Kurjanovich.- Intrinsic Magnetism in Tin Dioxide; V. Golovanov et al.- Safety Monitoring of Materials and Components of Nuclear Power Plants; A. Gokhman, F. Bergner.- Nanoparticles in Gate Dielectric of Memory Transistors; O. Britavska et al.- Authors’index.Quasi-One-Dimensional Silicon Clusters as Elements of Novel Nanowires; F. Umarova et al.- Interaction Between Oxygen and Yttrium Impurity Atoms as Well as Vacancies in Fcc Iron Lattice: Ab Initio Modeling; A. Gopejenko et al.- Wear Resistant Nanostructured Multi-Component Coatings; M. Urbana et al.- Nanocomposite Materials – Ferroelectric Nanoparticles Incorporated into Porous Matrix; E.Rysiakiewicz-Pasek et al.- Mechanism of Intermolecular Electron Transfer in Bionanostructures; A. Gruodis et al.- Cluster Embedding Method With Non-Orthogonal Wave Functions for Simulation of Nanodevices; E.K. Shidlovskaya.- Nanodevices. Smart Sensor Systems; G. Hunter et al.- Foundry Technologies Focused on Environmental and Ecological Applications; Ya. Roizin et al.-  Electronic Noise in Deeply Scaled Nanodevices; C. Pace.- Simulation of Fundamental Properties of CNT- and GNR-Metal Interconnects for Development of New Nanosensor Systems; Yu. Shunin.- Surface Modification for Novel Nanosensors Creation; V. Smatko et al.- Status and Perspectives of Ion Track Electronics for Advanced Biosensing; L. Alfonta.- Ion Track Based Novel Nanostructures: A Step Towards Magnetic Nanosensors; A. Chandra, S. Rawat.- Diffusion Process in Quasi-One-Dimensional Structures as Elements of Novel Nanodevices; J.-R. Kalnin.- New Adsorption Active Nanoclusters for Ecological Monitoring; V. Litovchenko et al.- Nanostructured Intermetallic-Ceramic Coatings for the Gas Turbine Engines Blade; I. Kurjanovich.- Intrinsic Magnetism in Tin Dioxide; V. Golovanov et al.- Safety Monitoring of Materials and Components of Nuclear Power Plants; A. Gokhman, F. Bergner.- Nanoparticles in Gate Dielectric of Memory Transistors; O. Britavska et al.- Authors’index.

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