"Integrates current research on submicron-sized domain materials. Provides fundamental insight into particle size control and nanophase methodologies and materials--addressing specific problems in a host of research fields, including chemistry, physics, materials science, and engineering."
Table of Contents
Part 1 Configured nanomaterials: effect on properties of reduced size and dimensions; etching technology for microelectronic materials; sol gel formation and deposition; electrodeposition of nanoscale architectures; molecular beam epitaxy; plasma-assisted deposition; polymers in ordered nanocomposites; synthesis, characterization and properties of semiconductor nanoclusters; synthesis and characterization of ultrathin metal oxide films. Part 2 Materials characterization and analysis: embedded nanocrystal spectroscopy - semiconductor and metal particles in insulators; x-ray diffraction characterization of nanophase materials; auger and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.