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Analytical, Biomedical, Civil and Environmental Engineering Applications



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ISBN 9781138491694
July 1, 2020 Forthcoming by CRC Press
374 Pages - 11 Color & 122 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

This book describes in a comprehensive manner latest studies conducted by various research groups worldwide focusing on carbon and related nanomaterials. Fourteen chapters of this book deal with a number of key research topics and applications of pure and functionalized carbon nanomaterials and their hybrid nanocomposites. Specifically, the authors have presented interdisciplinary investigations including: (i) carbon nanoparticles and layers synthesis, (ii) analytical aspects of carbon nanomaterials and their characterisation under different conditions as well as (iii) various applications of carbon nanoparticles. They have reported and summarised key applications of carbon particles or nanoobjects in pharmacy, biomedicine, agriculture and food industry, water treatment, physicochemical analysis, optoelectronics, electronic and magnetic materials for supercapacitors or radar adsorbing materials, tribology, chromatography, electrophoresis, bioanalysis, nanobiocatalysis, biofuels production as well as environmental remediation.

Table of Contents

Nanographenes

Efstathios V. Liakos, Ramonna I. Kosheleva, Athanasios C. Mitropoulos and George Z. Kyzas

Bio Realization of the Synthesis of Diamond-like Carbon Thin Film by Low Cost Electrodeposition Technique

S. Gupta

Synthesis of Coal-based Nanocarbon: Advances and Applications

B. Manoj

Biomass-derived Carbon Compounds and their Potential Application for Electronic and Magnetic Materials

Retno Asih, Malik Anjelh Baqiya, Yoyok Cahyono and Darminto

Bio-based Carbon Materials for Anaerobic Digestion

Kaijun Wang, Yasir Abbas and Sining Yun

Potential Applications of Nanobiocatalysis for Sustainable Biofuels Production

Madan L. Verma, Shivali Sahota and Asim K. Jana

Carbon-based Nanomaterials for Energy Storage and Sensing Applications

Elochukwu Stephen Agudosi, Ezzat Chan Abdullah, Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak and Mohammad Khalid

Carbon Nanomaterials in Biosensors for Biotechnological Applications

Madan L. Verma, Meenu Thakur, Pankaj Kumar, Irfan Ahmad and Krishan D. Sharma

Applications of Carbon Nanotubes-based Electrochemical Sensing Strategies for Heavy Metals and Arsenic Quantification

Marcela C. Rodríguez, M. Dolores Rubianes, Fabiana A. Gutierrez, Marcos Eguílaz, Pablo R. Dalmasso, M. Laura Ramírez, Cecilia S. Tettamanti, Antonella Montemerlo, Pablo Gallay and Gustavo A. Rivas

Carbon Encapsulated Functional Magnetic Nanoparticles for Life Sciences

Clara Marquina and M. Ricardo Ibarra

Chromatographic Techniques for Characterization of Carbons and Carbon Composites

Adam Voelkel and Beata Strzemiecka

Fullerenes and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Separation Science

Yoshihiro Saito, Koki Nakagami, Ohjiro Sumiya and Ikuo Ueta

Granular Activated Carbon in Water Treatment

Jack G. Churchill and Kathryn A. Mumford

Carbon-based and Related Nanomaterials as Active Media for Analytical, Biomedical, and Wastewater Processing Applications

Paweł K. Zarzycki, Renata Świderska-Dąbrowska, Krzysztof Piaskowski, Lucyna Lewandowska, Bożena Fenert, Katarzyna A. Mitura and Michał. J. Baran

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Biography

Paweł K. Zarzycki is a pharmacist by education. His research expertise is analytical chemistry combining separation science, supramolecular chemistry, signal processing and multivariate statistics. He has conducted several research projects in Poland, Australia and Japan focusing on steroids, cyclodextrins, fullerenes, hopanoids and spirulina. His research group is working on analysis of endocrine disrupters (EDCs) in surface water ecosystems and during wastewater processing. Most recently, he started the RoSSY (Research on Small Sailing Yacht) project enabling EDCs samples collection involving cellulose biopolymers and carbon derived nanomaterials via miniaturised extraction and microfluidic devices. Presently, he extended his research to civil engineering area concerning chemometric analysis and proposal of new materials that can be used as Lunar Soil Simulants and Mars Soil Simulants.