1st Edition

Carbon-Based Nanocomposite Applications and Microelectronic Technologies

By Loutfy H. Madkour Copyright 2025
    480 Pages 269 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Carbon-Based Nanocomposite Applications and Microelectronic Technologies covers the fundamentals of Carbon-based Nanomaterials (CNMs) and their potential for technological and industrial applications. Written by a leading expert, this volume gives thorough coverage of bio-nanotechnology and biomedical applications of novel carbon nanomaterials and explores the development of microelectronics technologies and nanocomposite. 


    Key features: 


    ·         Covers a range of biotechnological applications, from human toxicological assessment of carbon nanotubes at biointerfaces to electrochemiluminescence (ECL), optical and glucose biosensors. 


    ·         Addresses issues of biosafety, biocompatibility and biodegradation.


    ·         Assesses the potential for future CNMs-Enzyme conjugates for potential use in cancer treatment.   


    This book provides a crucial study of technological and biomedical applications of Carbon-based Nanomaterials and will be important reading for researchers and industry professionals working in the fields of Advanced Nanoelectronic Materials, Biotechnology and Nanomedicine. 

    Chapter 1: Structural Properties and Modifications in Synthesis Methods of Nanocomposites Carbon Quantum Dots, Graphene Quantum Dots and. Chapter 2: Promising Technologies of CNTs—Based New Modifications in Functionalization Strategies. Chapter 3: Advances on Bimolecular—Carbon Nanocomposite Interactions for Improving Enzyme Immobilization and Technological Industrial Applications. Chapter 4: Future Development of Microelectronics Technologies Applications-Based Novel (1-3 D) Dimensional Carbon Nanocomposite. Chapter 5: Carbon Nanocomposites—Based Modified Surface Conjugates Promising Smart Drug/Gene Targeted Delivery Nanocarriers. Chapter 6: Human Toxicological Assessment of Carbon Nanotubes at Biointerfaces: Biosafety, Biocompatibility and Biodegradation. Chapter 7: Recent Trends of Two—Dimensional Multilayered (CNMs)—Based Electrochemiluminescence (ECL), Optical and Glucose Biosensors for Biomolecules. Chapter 8: Future Technology Perspectives—Based Elemental Doping Modifications Graphite Carbon Nitride (g-C3N4) Nanocomposites.         


    Loutfy H. Madkour is a Professor of Physical Chemistry and Nanoscience at Tanta University, Egypt. He received his BSc, MSc, and PhD in physical chemistry from the Cairo, Minia, and Tanta universities in Egypt, respectively. He has published 200 peer-reviewed original research articles, 26 review articles, 11 books and 3 book chapters. His name has been listed in the top 2% of the most distinguished and influential scientists globally according to the ranking and database of Stanford American University of Scientists globally.