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Nanomaterials Handbook




ISBN 9781498703062
Published August 22, 2017 by CRC Press
712 Pages - 433 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

This title features 11 new chapters unique to this edition, including chapters on grain boundaries in graphene, 2D metal carbides and carbonitrides, mechanics of carbon nanotubes and nanomaterials, biomedical applications, oxidation and purification of carbon nanostructures, sintering of nanoceramics, hydrothermal processing, nanofibers, and nanomaterials safety. It offers a comprehensive approach with a focus on inorganic and carbon-based nanomaterials, including fundamentals, applications, synthesis, and characterization. This book also provides a unique angle from the nanomaterial point of view on application, synthesis, and characterization not found in any other nanomaterials book on the market.

Table of Contents

Preface: Yury Gogotsi

 

Chapter 1: Graphene: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

Zongbin Zhao and Jieshan Qiu


 

Chapter 2: Grain Boundaries in Graphene

I. A. Ovid’ko

 

Chapter 3: Epitaxial Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes on Silicon Carbide

Goknur C. Büke

 

Chapter 4: Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Carbides and Carbonitrides

Michael Naguib

 

Chapter 5: Cooperative Interaction, Crystallization, and Properties of Polymer–Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites

Eric D. Laird and Christopher Y. Li

 

Chapter 6: Mechanics of Carbon Nanotubes and Nanomaterials

Vasyl Harik

 

Chapter 7: Biomedical Applications of Nanostructures: Carbon Nanotube Biosensors

Meining Zhang, Lanqun Mao, Pingang He, and Liming Dai

 

Chapter 8: Carbon Nanostructures in Biomedical Applications

Masoud Golshadi and Michael G. Schrlau


 

Chapter 9: Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes

Peng-Xiang Hou, Chang Liu, and Hui-Ming Cheng

 

Chapter 10: Carbon Nanotubes for Photoinduced Energy Conversion Applications

Ge Peng, Sushant Sahu, Mohammed J. Meziani, Li Cao, Yamin Liu, and Ya-Ping Sun


 

Chapter 11: Fullerene C60 Architectures in Materials Science

Francesco Scarel and Aurelio Mateo-Alonso


 

Chapter 12: Nanocrystalline Diamond

Alexander Vul’, Marina Baidakova, and Artur Dideikin


 

Chapter 13: Combining Nanotechnology with Personalized and Precision Medicine: Nanodiamonds as Therapeutic and Imaging Agents

Dong-Keun Lee, Desiree Hsiou, Theodore Kee, Sue Vin Kim, Adelheid
Nerisa, Limansubroto, Darron Miya, and Dean Ho

 

Chapter 14: Carbon Onions

Yuriy Butenko, Lidija Šiller, and Michael R. C. Hunt

 

Chapter 15: Carbide-Derived Carbons

Yair Korenblit and Gleb Yushin


 

Chapter 16: Templated and Ordered Mesoporous Carbons

Pasquale F. Fulvio, Joanna Gorka, Richard T. Mayes, and Sheng Dai


 

Chapter 17: Oxidation and purification of carbon nanostructures

Sebastian Osswald and Bastian J.M. Etzold

 

Chapter 18: Hydrothermal Process for Nano-Carbons and Carbonaceous Materials

Masahiro Yoshimura and Jaganathan Senthilnathan

 

Chapter 19: Carbon Nanomaterials for Water Desalination by Capacitive Deionization

P. Maarten Biesheuvel, Slawomir Porada, Albert van der Wal, and Volker Presser



Chapter 20: Sintering of Nano-Ceramics

Xiao-Hui Wang and I-Wei Chen

 

Chapter 21: Nanofiber Technology: Bridging the Gap between Nano and Macro World

Frank K. Ko and Yuqin Wan

 

Chapter 22: The Safety of Nanomaterials on Molecular and Cellular Scale

Annette Kraegeloh and Klaus Unfried

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Biography

Yury Gogotsi is a distinguished university professor and trustee chair at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He also serves as the director of the A. J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute. He earned his MS (1984) and PhD (1986) from Kiev Polytechnic and a DSc from the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences in 1995. He did his postdoctoral research in Germany supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, in Norway supported by NATO, and in Japan, supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). His research group works on nanostructured carbons and other nanomaterials. He has coauthored more than 390 journal papers and is a Fellow of AAAS, MRS, ECS, and ACerS and a member of the World Academy of Ceramics.

Reviews

"The Nanotechnology Handbook provides valuable introductions to many important topics, as well as the more detailed information needed to begin advanced research. Professors Yury Gogotsi and Volker Presser should be congratulated on their choice of topics and authors, which makes this volume so useful."
—Ray H. Baughman, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

"…a true tour de force on carbon based materials. Anyone searching for information on carbon nanomaterials will be extremely unfortunate if they do not find a detailed description/reference to it within these pages. Although a text that is clearly aimed at the expert, and possibly the expert researcher at that, it is accessible to graduate physicists and materials scientists and could well provide an extremely well-informed introduction to the field to the new graduate student. The Editor has done a tremendous job of choosing a well-informed group of experts, who pass on knowledge in a confident and articulate manner."
—John F. Watts, University of Surrey, United Kingdom