1st Edition

Nanoengineering, Quantum Science, and, Nanotechnology Handbook

ISBN 9780367197513
Published December 2, 2019 by CRC Press
538 Pages 306 B/W Illustrations

USD $189.95

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Book Description

Nanoengineering, Quantum Sciences, and Nanotechnology Handbook provides a consistent coverage to a broad spectrum of issues in nanoscale electronics, energy sources and materials. Basic fundamentals, recent innovations, novel solutions, emerging technologies, far-reaching developments, and new paradigms are covered in the book. The Handbook’s chapters document practical solutions with applications. The contributed chapters focus on balanced coverage on technology frontiers, envisioned innovations and discoveries with substantiation and justifications towards technology developments.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Capacitative Silicon Resonator Technologies

Nguyen Van Toan, Naoki Inomata, Masaya Toda, and Takahito Ono

Chapter 2 Photodetection Based On Two-Dimensional Layered Semiconductor Materials and Their Heterojunction

Chaojian Hou, Lijun Yang, Genwang Wang, Yang Wang, Zhan Yang, and Lixin Dong

Chapter 3 Self-Powered Nanostructure Organo-Metallic Supperconductive Devices Used for Sensing, Memory Storage, and Quantum Computing

Ellen. T. Chen

Chapter 4 Flexible Supercapacitors with Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes

Runzhi Zhang, Anthony Palumbo, Jian Xu, and Eui-Hyeok Yang

Chapter 5 Eumelanin: Semiconductor, Protonic Conductor or Mixed Electronic-Ionic Conductor?

Manuel Reali and Clara Santato

Chapter 6 Aqueous Stable Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles from Synthesis and Conjugation to Biomedical Application

Kamil Rahme and Justin D. Holmes

Chapter 7 Oxygen Functionalization of Carbon Black as a Surrogate Carbon for Composites, Health, and Environmental Studies

Madhu Singh, Tawanda J. Zimudzi, Jennifer L. Gray, Jeffrey Shallenberger, and Randy L. Vander Wal

Chapter 8 Fabrication of Conductive Nanoporous Membranes Using Self-Assembling Block Copolymers

Ece Isenbike Ozalp, Sungho Kim, Vignesh Sundar, Jian-Gang (Jimmy) Zhu, and Jeffrey A. Weldon

Chapter 9 Theranostics with Near-Infrared Sensitive Rare-Earth Doped Lumino-Magnetic Nanoplatforms

G. A. Kumar, G. C. Dannangoda, and K. S. Martirosyan

Chapter 10 Comparison of Optical, Electrical, and Magnetic Properties of Co- and Fe-Doped Nanosturctured ZnO Media

Parameswar Hari, Amrit Kaphle, and Ganga R. Neupane

Chapter 11 First-Order Reversal Curve Study of Nanomagnetic Materials

Brad C. Dodrill

Chapter 12 Spin-Dependent Scattering of Electrons on Magnetic Heterostructure with Noncoplanar Element

A. S. Sahakyan, A. V. Poghosyan, R. M. Movsesyan, and A. N. Kocharian

Chapter 13 Graphene-Layered Structures for Next-Generation Energy Storage

Tereza M. Paronyan

Chapter 14 Self-Assembled Peptide Nanostructures Doped with Electroluminescent Compounds for Energy Conversion

Tatiana Duque Martins, Geovany Albino de Souza, Diéricon Sousa Cordeiro, Ramon Silva Miranda, Lucas Fernandes Aguiar, Adão Marcos Ferreira Costa,

and Antonio Carlos Chaves Ribeiro

Chapter 15 Nanoscale Characterization of Bone: Mechanical, Ultrasound, Electrical, Spectroscopic Methods

Efstathios I. Meletis, Farad Sarker, Meet Shah, Harry F. Tibbals, Suni Yadev

Chapter 16 Flame-Retardant Polyurethane Nanocomposites

María Eugenia Mena-Navarro, Luis Adolfo Torres-González, and Rodolfo Fabián Estrada-Guerrero

Chapter 17 Neurotransmitter Release and Conformational Changes within The SNARE Protein Complex

Danko D. Georgiev and James F. Glazebrook

Chapter 18 Parametric Analysis of Plasmonic Nanostructures for Biomedical Applications

Kai Liu, Innem V.A.K. Reddy, Viktor Sukhotskiy, Amir Mokhtare, Xiaozheng Xue, and

Edward P. Furlani

Chapter 19 Nonlinear Electronic Heat Transport in Molecules

Kamil Walczak, Arthur Luniewski, and Rita Aghjayan

Chapter 20 Designing Gates to Realize a Full Adder Quantum Circuit in cQED Transmon Systems

Sahar Daraeizadeh, Shavindra P. Premaratne, A. Y. Matsuura, and Marek Perkowski

Chapter 21 Microelectronics and Photonics in Quantum Processing and Communication

Sergey Edward Lyshevski and Ivan Puchades

Chapter 22 A Knudsen Boundary Layer Model for Multiscale Micro and Nano Flows

Alexander S. Liberson

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Dr. Lyshevski is a Full Professor Faculty Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratories, US Naval Surface Warfare Center, and US Naval Undersea Warfare Center. He is the author and co-author of 16 books, 14 handbook chapters, more than 80 journal articles, and more than 300 refereed conference papers.