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Materials - Nanotechnology | Self-Organized Morphology in Nanostructured Materials

Self-Organized Morphology in Nanostructured Materials

Al-Shamery, Katharina, Parisi, Jürgen (Eds.)

2008, XIII, 176 p.

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  • Offers a comprehensive presentation of self-organized structure formation in nanomaterials
  • Integrates nano and microphysical effects to offer readers new insights
  • Explains the basics to graduate students and serves as a valuable reference for researchers
  • Uses analogies to clarify complex concepts

In this volume, concepts of nonlinear dynamics and self-organization are applied to topics in materials sciences with emphasis on semiconductors, soft matter, and biomaterials. The questions addressed include how to compare ordering phenomena under nonequilibrium situations, usually called self-organized structures, with those arising under situations close to equilibrium via selfassembly. Analogies are pointed out, differences are characterized, and efforts made to discover common features in the mechanistic description of those phenomena. Of major importance is the question of the role of spatial and temporal order, in particular, the application of concepts developed on macroscopic and microscopic scales to structure formation occurring on nanoscales, which occupies the focus of interest on the frontiers of science.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Concepts of self-assembly - Formation of nanopatterns - Mesoscopic materials - Molecular architectures - Nanomaterial - biomaterial - dynamics - nanostructure - network - organization - science - self-organization - semiconductor - soft matter - transport

Related subjects » Engineering - Materials - Nanotechnology

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