1st Edition

Advanced Materials Production, Characterization and Multidisciplinary Applications

Edited By Mahendra U. Gaikwad, Arpana Parihar, Raju Khan Copyright 2025
    320 Pages 86 Color & 2 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Advanced materials are engineered to exhibit novel properties that confer superior performance in comparison with conventional materials. The performance of advanced material is associated with toughness, hardness and durability that can be used for high technological applications such as semiconductors, biomaterials, smart materials or nanomaterials.

    Advanced Materials: Production, Characterization and Multidisciplinary Applications is focused on novel approaches for production of graphene and other 2D materials along with characterization techniques, discussing a wide range of applications in multidisciplinary areas of science and engineering. It provides a guiding light in production, synthesis and characterization of advanced materials by implementing appropriate techniques. The book has a multidisciplinary approach covering applications in electronics (sensors), engineering, biotechnology, medical (for example, cancer treatment, drug delivery, cellular imaging), and biomedical (smart implants, drug delivery and DIY health testing kits) field. The authors cover the primary information of advanced material and other 2D materials related to their production or synthesis via various methods ranging from conventional to non-conventional methods such as lithography, photolithography (computer chips), electron beam lithography, etching, atomic layer deposition, chemical vapor deposition, hydrothermal process, electro spinning, etc along with some comparative investigations. It also covers a comparison study over current and future perspectives of advanced and other 2D materials.

    The book is aimed at researchers, academics, and professionals who are interested in understanding the novel approaches for synthesis of advanced materials.

    1. Introduction (Overview) to Advanced 2D Materials Used in Industry.
    Nitin Ambhore, Dinesh Kamble, Amol Dhumal, Sonal Shamkuwar and Elton Dias

    2. Advanced Material and Other 2D Materials a Comparative Investigation.
    Rahul Aher, N. Apurv Chaitanya and P.V. Joglekar

    3. Confirmation of Non-Debye character in SmFeO3 doped PbTiO3 characterizing by CIS technique.
    Mehak Arora, Sunil Kumar and Anupinder Singh

    4. Characterization techniques used for advanced materials describing physical, mechanical, thermal & biocompatibility properties.
    Deepinder Sharda, Komal Attri and Diptiman Choudhury

    5. Characterization techniques associated with investigation of fundamental properties of advanced material and other 2D materials.
    Kausik Kapat, Sugato Banerjee and Subhamay Panda

    6. Characterization of Non-Debye Behavior and Hopping Mechanism in PbTiO3-NdFeO3 Multiferroic Using Complex Impedance Spectroscopy.
    Sunil Kumar, Mehak Arora, Jaswinder Pal and Anupinder Singh

    7. Nanoscale Design and Probing of Advanced Materials.
    Darshika Sanjay Khone, Abhimanyu Singh Rana

    8. Investigation associated with graphene oxide related to biotechnology and medicine for cancer treatment.
    Yasmin Bano, Piyush Shukla, Ayushi Singhal and Ravindra Prajapati

    9. Advanced 2D Material-based Miniaturized Devices for Biomedical Applications.
    Cem Erkmen, Ayushi Singhal, Raju Khan and Sevinc Kurbanoglu

    10. Advanced Materials Synthesis by Top-Down Approach and Bottom-Up Approaches.
    Sucharitha.P, Ramesh Reddy.K, Satyanarayana S V, Jayasankar Reddy V and Niranjan Babu M

    11. Challenges and Advances in 2d Materials Production and Its Characterization.
    Ramesh Reddy.K, Sucharitha.P and Satyanarayana S V


    Dr. Mahendra Gaikwad is currently an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department at JSPM, Narhe Technical Campus, Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra, India. He has more than 10 years of teaching experience including 5 years in various subjects of mechanical engineering. Hecompleted B.E in Mechanical Engineering, M.E in Mechanical Design Engineering from Walchand Institute of Technology, Solapur, Maharashtra, India and completed Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

    Dr. Arpana Parihar is a scientist under the DST Women Scientist B scheme at CSIR-Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (AMPRI), Bhopal (462026), MP, India. She did her PhD at the Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore, under the age aegis of HBNI, Mumbai. Her doctoral research work involves the evaluation of the tumor selectivity and photodynamic therapy (PDT) efficacy of chlorin p6 through receptor-mediated targeted delivery. She has more than 8 years of research and teaching experience at various prestigious institutes. Her current research interests include the fabrication of biosensors for early diagnosis of cancer, viral infectious diseases, stem cell biology, tissue engineering, photodynamic therapy of cancer, receptor-mediated targeting of tumors, biosensors for early diagnosis of diseases, 3D cell culture, expression of receptors and cytokines, molecular docking, molecular dynamic simulations, and immunoinformatics.

    Dr Raju Khan is a Senior Principal Scientist and Professor at the CSIR-Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (AMPRI), Bhopal (462026), MP, India. His current research is on electrochemical biosensor point-of-care diagnostics integrated with microfluidics for clinical applications. He has more than 15 years of R&D experience in CSIR and other academic R&D institutes such as Analytical Chemistry Group, CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat, Assam, CSIR-NPL, New Delhi, and CSIR-AMPRI, Bhopal Govt. of India, respectively. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Jamia Millia Islamia, Central University, New Delhi, India.