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Nanoparticles [electronic resource] : properties, classification, characterization, and fabrication / editors, Aiden E. Kestell and Gabriel T. DeLorey.

Publication:
Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, 2010.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (367 p.)
Subjects:
Nanoparticles.
Particles.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""NANOPARTICLES: PROPERTIES, CLASSIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND FABRICATION ""; ""NANOPARTICLES: PROPERTIES, CLASSIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND FABRICATION ""; ""CONTENTS ""; ""PREFACE ""; ""NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS: CLASSIFICATION, PROPERTIES, FABRICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""2. CLASSIFICATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED ""; ""3. PROPERTIES OF NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS ""; ""3.1. Mechanical Properties ""; ""3.1.1. Hardness ""; ""3.1.2. Thermal stability""; ""3.1.3. Tensile strength and fracture ""; ""3.2. Transport Properties ""
""3.2.1 Ionic and electronic conductivity """"3.2.2. Effects of particle size and doping on electrical conductivity ""; ""3.3. Electronic Properties ""; ""3.3.1. Indirect semiconductors ""; ""3.4. Magnetic Properties""; ""3.4.1. Magnetism of multi and single domain particles ""; ""3.4.2. Superparamagnetism ""; ""3.5. Catalytic Properties ""; ""3.5.1. Particle size dependence of surface processes ""; ""3.5.2. Adsorption ""; ""3.5.3. Diffusion and desorption ""; ""3.5.4. Work function ""; ""3.5.5. Bond breaking ""; ""3.5.6. Charge transfer ""; ""3.6. Oxides in Three-Way Catalysts ""
""4. PREPARATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS""""4.1. Physical Vapor Deposition ""; ""4.1.1. Thermal evaporation ""; ""4.1.2. Rf magnetron sputtering ""; ""4.1.3. Pulsed laser deposition ""; ""4.2. Chemical Vapor Deposition ""; ""4.2.1. Thermal and low pressure chemical vapor deposition ""; ""4.2.2. Plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition ""; ""4.2.3. Metal-organic chemical vapor deposition ""; ""4.2.4. Molecular beam epitaxy ""; ""4.2.5. Atomic layer deposition ""; ""4.3. Solution-Based Chemistry ""; ""4.3.1. Sol-gel method ""; ""4.3.2. Sonochemical method""; ""4.3.3. Solvothermal method ""
""4.3.4. Hydrothermal synthesis""""4.3.5. Homogeneous/heterogeneous precipitation ""; ""4.3.6. Co-precipitation methods for metal oxide synthesis ""; ""4.3.7. Micro-emulsion method ""; ""4.3.8. Template-assisted synthesis methods ""; ""4.3.9. Electrochemical synthesis ""; ""4.3.10. Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) ""; ""4.4. Miscellenious Methods (High-Energy Ball Milling) ""; ""5. CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS ""; ""5.1. X-ray Diffraction""; ""5.2. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy ""; ""5.3. X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) ""
""5.4. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy """"5.5. Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy ""; ""5.6. Electron microscopy ""; ""5.6.1. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) ""; ""5.6.2. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) ""; ""5.7. Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) ""; ""5.8. Raman / Infrared Spectroscopy ""; ""5.9. UV-Vis Spectroscopy ""; ""5.10. Photoluminescence ""; ""5.11. Fluorescent Microscopy ""; ""5.12. Cyclic Voltammetry ""; ""5.13. Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) ""; ""6. NANO-STRUCTURED MATERIALS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS ""; ""6.1. Biosensors""
""6.1.1. Colorimetric sensors ""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Kestell, Aiden E.
DeLorey, Gabriel T.
ISBN:
1-61761-806-3
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