Sustainable Technologies and Applications
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Recent technological advancements in green nanotechnology have opened a brand new avenue for research and development in the field of medicinal plants-mediated nanoparticles, biopolymer, biotechnology, and antimicrobial and biomedical research. This new volume, Green Nanomaterials: Sustainable Technologies and Applications, explores a number of eco-friendly technologies in green materials synthesis, which are of considerable importance. It takes an inter- and cross-multidisciplinary approach to the green chemistry of nanoengineering and green nanotechnology application in materials research. It provides informative coverage of this exciting and dynamic new field as well as relates the fundamentals of soft-nanomaterials fabrication and brand new spectroscopic integration.
The book explores bio-inspired self-assembly green nanomaterials for multifunctional applications as well as the design and synthesis of green polymeric nanomaterials for a number of pharmaceutical and biomedical applications, including biosensors, drug delivery, antimicrobial applications, etc. Also discussed is the fabrication of green polymer nanocomposites from waste and natural fibers, such as chitin fiber, chitin whisker fiber, cellulose fiber, nano cellulose fiber, eggshells, and cotton waste.
The book is a unique mixture of exclusive ideas from peer-reviewed papers, reports from the latest research newsletters, mini reviews, and invited papers on key developments in the field. It will be a helpful resource for scientists and researchers, industry professionals, and faculty and advanced students in this area.
Table of Contents
1. Bio-Inspired Self-Assembly Green Nanomaterials for Multifunctional Applications
S. I. Asiya and Kaushik Pal
2. Fabrication of Green Biopolymeric Nanocomposites
I. Samy, Kareem M. Abd El-Rahman, Amal Elhussieny, M. Faisal, and Nicola. M. Everitt
3. Designing and Synthesis of Green Polymeric Nanomaterials for Pharmaceutical Applications
Alaa A. A. Aljabali, Mazhar S. Al Zoubi, Khalid M. Al-Batanyeh, Alaa Alqudah, Mohammad A. Obeid, Parteek Prasher, Vijay Mishra, Gaurav Gupta, Poonam Negi, Deepak N. Kapoor, Harish Dureja, Saurabh Satija, Dinesh Kumar Chellappan, Kamal Dua, and Murtaza M. Tambuwala
4. Natural Green Biopolymers (Chitosan and Collagen) Extraction, Characteristics, and Biomedical Applications
Aparna Tirumalasetti, Kesana Surendra Babu, Mannam Krishnamurthy, Murthy Chavali, and Enamala Manoj Kumar
5. Biosensor and Drug Delivery Application by the Utilization of Green Nanotechnology
Meegle Mathew, Appukuttan Saritha, and Kuruvilla Joseph
6. New, Simple, and Cost-Effective Synthesis of Green Nanotechnology in Anti-Microbial Applications
7. Antimicrobial Applications of Green Synthesized Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites of Silver
Jaison Jeevanandam, Bala S. C. Koritala, Malakondaiah Suresh, Stephen Boakye-Ansah, and Michael K. Danquah
8. Plant Extract: Isolation, Purification, and Applications of Green Nanomaterials Stabilization
S. Sreevidya, Kirtana Sankara Subramanian, Yokraj Katre, Anil Kumar, and Ajaya Kumar Singh
Kaushik Pal, PhD, is Professor and Distinguish Scientist at Wuhan University, School of Materials Sciences and Engineering, Hubei, Republic of China. Prior to that, he was a Visiting Professor at the International and Inter University Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (IIUCNN) School of Energy Materials, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India, as well as Chief-Scientist and Faculty (CAS) Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Science. He supervises a significant number of students pursuing their bachelor, master, PhD, and postdoctoral degrees. He has published over 65 papers in several international top-tier journals, including those published by IOP Nanotechnology, Royal Chemical Society, Elsevier, Springer, IEEE publications, etc. He has also edited and published book chapters and review articles. Dr. Pal is an editorial member of the World Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Current Graphene Science, Journal of Chemical Reviews, and others. Professor Pal is an expert group leader as well as the associate member of various scientific societies, organizations, and professional bodies. He was the chairperson of 25 national or international events, symposia, conferences, workshops, summer internships and has contributed many plenary, keynote, and invited lectures worldwide.
Dr. Pal’s awards include the Marie-Curie Experienced Researcher (Postdoctoral Fellow), offered by the European Commission in Greece and the Brain Korea (BK-21), National Research Foundation Visiting Scientist Fellowship in South Korea. He also served as Research Professor (Group Leader & Independent Scientist) at Bharath University (BIHER), Research and Development, Chennai, India.
Dr. Pal’s research interests include nanofabrication, functional materials, condensed matter physics, CNTs/graphene, liquid crystal, polymeric nanocomposite, switchable devices, electron microscopy and spectroscopy, bio-inspired materials, drug delivery, tissue engineering, cell culture and integration, switchable device modulation, flexible and transparent electrodes, supercapacitor, optoelectronics, green chemistry, and biosensor applications.