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Title Harnessing Nanoscale Surface Interactions : Contemporary Synthesis, Applications and Theory / edited by David J. Henry
Published San Diego : Elsevier, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (188 pages)
Series Micro and Nano Technologies Ser
Micro & nano technologies
Contents Front Cover; Harnessing Nanoscale Surface Interactions; Harnessing Nanoscale Surface Interactions; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; 1 -- Sustainable utilization of renewable plant-based food wastes for the green synthesis of metal nanoparticles; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. RENEWABLE SOURCES OF PLANT-BASED FOOD WASTE; 2.1 Terrestrial plant-based food waste sources; 2.2 Marine plant-based food wastes; 2.3 Waste valorization strategies; 3. GREEN SYNTHESIS OF METAL NANOPARTICLES VIA PLANT-BASED FOOD WASTES; 4. TOXICOLOGY AND HEALTH CONCERNS OF METAL NANOPARTICLES
1.2 Transformations1.3 Biological interactions; 1.4 Fate and transport; 2. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SYSTEMS; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Adsorption processes; 2.3 Water filtration; 2.4 Catalysis; 2.5 Concluding remarks; REFERENCES; 3 -- Magnetic materials and magnetic nanocomposites for biomedical application; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. STRUCTURE AND FORMS; 2.1 Synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles; 2.2 Physical and chemical properties; 2.2.1 Diamagnetism; 2.2.2 Paramagnetism; 2.2.3 Ferromagnetism; 2.2.4 Antiferromagnetism; 2.2.5 Ferrimagnetism; 2.3 Size (core and hydrodynamic)
1.4 Electronic stress tensor and energy density-related concepts1.4.1 Covalent, metallic, ionic bonds; 1.4.2 Bond strength and reactivity; 1.4.3 Atomic and molecular interface and system dimensions; 1.4.4 Local dielectric response; 2. PROPERTIES OF CLUSTERS, NANOWIRES, NANOTUBES, SHEETS IN TERMS OF RDFT; 2.1 Lithium, aluminum, and gallium clusters; 2.2 Li and Al atoms on graphene sheets and carbon nanotube; 3. UNRAVELING THE NATURE OF D-ELECTRON TRANSITION METALS; 4. CHARACTERIZATION OF DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES IN SYSTEMS WITH F-ELECTRON TRANSITION METALS; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES
3. COLLOIDAL STABILITY OF MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES3.1 Strategies to enhance colloidal stability of magnetic nanoparticles; 4. BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF IRON OXIDES; 4.1 Cell separations; 4.2 DNA analysis; 4.3 Magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents; 4.4 Drug delivery; 4.5 Magnetic hyperthermia; 5. IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLE TOXICITY AND IRON EXCRETION; 6. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; 4 -- Contemporary analysis of the influence of adsorbents on the structure, stability, and reactivity of main group ... ; 1. INTRODUCTION AND THEORY OF RDFT; 1.1 Force; 1.2 Pressure; 1.3 Energy density
5 -- A new DLVO-R theory: surface roughness and nanoparticle stability
5. TYPES OF METAL NANOPARTICLES PRODUCED BY PLANT-BASED FOOD WASTES5.1 Silver (Ag) nanoparticles; 5.2 Gold (Au) nanoparticles; 5.3 Other metallic nanoparticle forms; 6. POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS FOR GREEN SYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLES; 7. LIMITING FACTORS PREVENTING DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES; 7.1 Diversity and variability of the phytochemicals; 7.2 Developing optimal processing conditions; 7.3 Limitations to developing industrial-scale manufacturing; 8. CONCLUDING REMARKS; REFERENCES; 2 -- Nanotechnology and the environment; 1. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT; 1.1 Introduction
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Subject Molecular dynamics.
Surfaces (Technology)
Molecular dynamics.
Surfaces (Technology)
Form Electronic book
Author Henry, David.
ISBN 0128138939