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Nanomaterials

A Guide to Fabrication and Applications, 1st Edition

Edited by Sivashankar Krishnamoorthy

CRC Press

292 pages | 162 B/W Illus.

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Nanomaterials are being incorporated into products all around us, having an incredible impact on durability, strength, functionality, and other material properties. There are a vast number of nanomaterials presently available, and new formulations and chemistries are being announced daily.

Nanomaterials: A Guide to Fabrication and Applications provides product developers, researchers, and materials scientists with a handy resource for understanding the range of options and materials currently available. Covering a variety of nanomaterials and their applications, this practical reference:

  • Discusses the scale of nanomaterials and nanomachines, focusing on integrated circuits (ICs) and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Offers insight into different nanomaterials’ interactions with chemical reactions, biological processes, and the environment
  • Examines the mechanical properties of nanomaterials and potential treatments to enhance the nanomaterials’ performance
  • Details recent accomplishments in the use of nanomaterials to create new forms of electronic devices
  • Explores the optical properties of certain nanomaterials and the nanomaterials’ use in optimizing lasers and optical absorbers
  • Describes an energy storage application as well as how nanomaterials from waste products may be used to improve capacitors

Featuring contributions from experts around the globe, Nanomaterials: A Guide to Fabrication and Applications serves as a springboard for the discovery of new applications of nanomaterials.

Reviews

"This book would be useful to those working in the development of nanomaterials, with a specific interest in one or more of the applications described, or for learning about nanomaterial properties in the subject areas presented."

IEEE Electrical Insulation, January/February 2017

Table of Contents

Top Down Meets Bottom Up for Nanoscale CMOS and MEMS

Arindam Kushagra, Sampath Satti, and V. Ramgopal Rao

Synthesis and Assembly of Inorganic and Inorganic–Organic Hybrid Nanomaterials by Microreactor-Assisted Chemical Processes

Ki-Joong Kim, Chang-Ho Choi, Seung-Yeol Han, and Chih-Hung Chang

Studying Biologically Templated Materials with Atomic Force Microscopy

Andrew J. Lee and Christoph Walti

Environmental Fate and Effects of Nanomaterials in Aquatic Freshwater Environments

Arno C. Gutleb, Sébastien Cambier, Teresa Fernandes, Anastasia Georgantzopoulou, Thomas A.J. Kuhlbusch, Iseult Lynch, Ailbhe Macken, Kahina Mehennaoui, Ruth Moeller, Carmen Nickel, W. Peijnenburg, and Tomasso Serchi

Magnetron-Sputtered Hard Nanostructured TiAlN Coatings: Strategic Approach toward Potential Improvement

Vishal Khetan, Nathalie Valle, Marie Paule Delplancke, and Patrick Choquet

Functional Nanoceramics: Brief Review on Structure Property Evolutions of Advanced Functional Ceramics Processed using Microwave and Conventional Techniques

Santiranjan Shannigrahi and Mohit Sharma

Design of Magnetic Semiconductors in Silicon

Michael Shaughnessy, Liam Damewood, and Ching-Yao Fong

Solution-Based Fabrication of Carbon Nanotube Thin-Film Logic Gate

Yan Duan, Jason Juhala, and Wei Xue

On the Possibility of Observing Tunable Laser-Induced Band Gaps in Graphene

Hernán L. Calvo, Horacio M. Pastawski, Stephan Roche, and Luis E.F. Foa Torres

Applications of Nanocarbons for High-Efficiency Optical Absorbers and High-Performance Nanoelectromechanical Systems

Anupama B. Kaul, Jaesung Lee, and Philip X.-L. Feng

Carbon Nanostructures from Biomass Waste for Supercapacitor Applications

Ankit Tyagi and Raju Kumar Gupta

About the Editor

Sivashankar Krishnamoorthy leads efforts in nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics domains within the Materials Research and Technology Department at Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (http://list.lu). He has spent his entire career to date in technology development environments, successfully integrating fundamental, cross-disciplinary, and translational aspects of fabrication, processing, and investigation of nanostructured materials and interfaces. He brings more than 10 years of transnational experience to advantage in driving innovation at the interface of nanotechnology, biology, and medicine. He has an active engagement in several professional activities, serving as a member of organizing committees in international conferences, member of journal editorial boards, and reviewer of grants, peer-reviewing journal articles, and scientific and administrative management of researchers at different levels.

About the Series

Devices, Circuits, and Systems

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC008010
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / Circuits / General
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science
TEC027000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Nanotechnology & MEMS