Nanopowders of Metal Oxides and Fluorides
Preparation, Properties, and Applications
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One of the directions of nanotechnology is the production of nanopowders (NPs). Nanopowders, according to the currently widely used classification of nanomaterials, belong to zero-dimensional systems in which the limitation of wave functions occurs in all three directions. This book presents a new method for producing simple and complex metal oxide and fluoride nanopowders, based on the "evaporation-condensation" process using pulsed electron beam evaporation (PEBE). It presents the results of more than 10 years of study of the characteristics of nanopowders produced using the aforementioned method. The produced NPs are mesoporous and suitable for use in various applications such as medical diagnostics, nanoelectronics, optics, spintronics, dosimeters, and photocatalysis. The book will be useful for the researchers in nanotechnology, physical chemistry, biomedicine, and pharmaceuticals, especially those with an interest in drug delivery or cancer therapy.
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Nanopowders of Metal Oxides and Fluorides: Preparation, Properties, and Applications
Sergey Yur’evich Sokovnin is head of the Electrophysical Technologies Group at the Institute of Electrophysics UB RAS, Russia. He graduated from the Tomsk Politechnical Institute in 1983 and then obtained a degree of candidate in 1994 and doctor of technical sciences (in electrophysics) in 2005. His main areas of scientific interests are materials science and radiation technologies.
Vladislav Genrikhovich Ilves is a senior researcher at the Institute of Electrophysics UB RAS. He graduated from the Ural Polytechnic Institute in 1981 and defended his PhD in technical sciences at the Institute of Electrophysics UB RAS in 2010. His main area of scientific interest is materials science.