1st Edition

Nanofabrication Enrapturing Cues and Prodigal Applications

Edited By Kamal Prasad, Gajendra Prasad Singh, Anal Kant Jha Copyright 2025
    272 Pages 16 Color & 80 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Nature, with its unassuming yet prodigious character, unfolds its assembly and adaptability guided by the principles of thermodynamics and supramolecular chemistry. Every entity in nature, regardless of its form, adheres to these fundamental principles. From individual metabolites to ordinary molecules, each possesses inherent potential for nanomaterial synthesis. This book meticulously compiles diverse green approaches that highlight nature's synthetic prowess and its lavish abundance in nanomaterial synthesis, showcasing potential applications. It unveils the lucrative pathways nature provides for cutting-edge advancements in synthetic methodologies and material applications.


    Unleashing the Cues of Nanomaterials Synthesis: A Thermodynamic Evaluation

    Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad

    Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Leaf Extracts Characteristics

    Zygmunt Sadowski, Joanna Feder-Kubis and Anna Wirwis

    Nanofabrication Using Natural Cohorts

    Shushay Hagos Gebre

    Nanofabrication Using Common Kitchen/Domestic Wastes: An Approach Towards Sustainability and Circular Economy

    Manisha Mishra, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad

    Nanofabrication Using Physical Methods

    G.V.S. Subbaroy Sarma, Payal B. Joshi and Murthy Chavali

    Zno Nanostructured Materials for Surface and Biological Applications

    Mohamed S. Selim, Shimaa A. Higazy, Sherif A. El-Safty, Ahmed A. Azzam, Notaila M. Nasser and Mohamed A. Shenashen

    Electrochemical Flaking of Graphene in Aqueous System

    Kumar Anurag and S.R. Kumar

    Selenium Nanoparticles: Characteristics, Production, and Applications

    Sara Rahimzadeh, Mina Hosseini and Mohammad Hossein Yazdi

    Strategies for Physicochemical Synthesis of Manganese Nanomaterials: A Present View

    B. Panda, A. Lenka and S.K. Dash

    Fabrication of Ceramic Nano Powder Processing Techniques by Solid State Synthesis

    Muhammad Salman Habib, Muhammad Asif Rafiq, Qaisar Khushi and Kiran Zahra

    Nanofabrication of Porous Structures: Solution Combustion Synthesis of Advanced Electrode Materials in Energy Storage Devices

    Parameshwar Kommu, Divya Velpula, Shilpa Chakra Chidurala, Shireesha Konda, Rakesh Kumar Thida, Vikash Kumar, Madhuri Sakaray, G.P. Singh and Arnab Shankar Bhattacharyya

    Physicochemical Dependency of Biochar-based Nano-phase Composites Derived through Ball Milling for Visionary Energy Storage Applications

    Benjamin Raj, P. Perumal, Arun Kumar Padhy, D. S. Rao and Mamata Mohapatra

    Nanofabrication Using Natural Flavonoids for Biomedical Applications

    Prasanti Sharma, Neelima Sharma, Trishna Bal and Gayatri Thapa

    Structural and Mechanical Aspects of Nanocomposite Hard Thin Films for Device Fabrication at Nanoscale

    R. Dash, R. P. Kumar, A. K. Rajak, A. Kumari and A.S. Bhattacharyya

    Nanocrystalline Diamond Films as Solid Lubricant Coatings for Extreme Tribological Environments

    Vikash Kumar, Rishi Sharma and Manish Roy



    Kamal Prasad, Ph.D. is Professor and Head at the University Department of Physics, T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, India, bringing over 29 years of teaching expertise from institutions like SLIET Longowal, CUJ Ranchi, and AKU Patna. He has mentored eighteen Ph.D. and two M. Tech. students, authored 200+ publications, including two books and eighteen book chapters, and serves as an Associate Editor/Editorial Board member for various international journals, showcasing his impactful contributions to the scientific community.

    Gajendra Prasad Singh is working as a Professor in the Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi, India. He has more than 12 years of teaching and research experience in the area of nanomaterials design and development. He has published more than forty articles in internationally reputed journals and one international patent. Prof. Singh has guided five doctoral and more than thirty B. Tech. and M. Tech. students.

    Anal Kant Jha is Associate Professor in the Department of Biotechnology, OP Jindal University, Punjipathra, Raigarh, India. He has more than 17 years of teaching experience in organizations like Aryabhatta Knowledge University Patna and T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, India. Dr. Jha served as Research Associate in SLS, JNU, New Delhi.  His area of research is mainly Nanoscience and Technology. He has published one book, 14 book chapters, 82 articles and filed five patents.