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Title Emerging applications of nanoparticles and architectural nanostructures : current prospects and future trends / edited by Ahmed Barhoum, Abdel Salam Hamdy Makhlouf
Published Amsterdam : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, [2018]
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Series Micro & nano technologies series
Micro & nano technologies
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Materials / Andrei Sapelkin -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Chemical Stain Etching -- 3. Electrodeposition Methods -- 4. Direct-Precipitation Methods -- 5. Sol-Gel Methods -- 6. Colloidal Synthesis Methods -- 7. Hot-Injection Synthesis Methods -- 8. Hydrothermal and Solvothermal Methods -- 9. Microwave-Assisted Synthesis Methods -- 10. Ultrasonic Synthesis Methods -- 11. Laser Ablation in Liquid-Phase -- 12. Conclusions -- References -- ch. 2 Functional Nanostructured Oxides: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications / Mario Miki-Yoshida -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Basic Concepts of Nanostructured Materials -- 2.1. Nanostructured Materials -- 2.2. Functional Nanostructured Metal Oxides -- 3. Case Studies of Functional Nanostructured Oxides via AACVD -- 3.1. Basic Concepts of the AACVD Method -- 3.2. Hollow Spherical Magnetite (Fe3 O4) -- 3.3. ZnO and CuO Nanostructures -- 3.4. Thin Films of CuFeO2 -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 3 DNA Nanostructures: Chemistry, Self-Assembly, and Applications / Awadh B. Yadav -- 1. DNA as Nanostructure Material -- 1.1. Nanotechnology -- 1.2. DNA Self-Assembly -- 1.3. Strand Displacement Reaction -- 1.4. Supramolecular DNA Nanotechnology -- 2. Structural DNA Nanotechnology (SDN) -- 2.1. DNA Tiles and Lattices: 2D -- 2.2. 3D DNA Discrete Nanostructures -- 3. Dynamic DNA Nanostructures -- 3.1. Dynamic DNA Nanomachines -- 4. DNA-Guided Assembly of Nanomaterials -- 4.1. DNA-Based Self-Assembly of Metallic Nanoparticles -- 4.2. Gold Nanoparticles Arrangement -- 4.3. Carbon Nanotubes on DNA Assembly -- 4.4. DNA-Directed Nanowires -- 4.5. Liposomes for DNA Nanotechnology -- 5. Applications -- 5.1. DNA-Based Nanomaterials as Biosensors -- 5.2. Therapeutic DNA Nanostructures -- 5.3. DNA-Based Enzyme Reactors -- 5.4. DNA Scaffolds for Nanophotonics -- 6. Conclusion and Future Perspective -- References -- ch. 4 Lon-Beam-Assisted Deposition of Thin Films / Elena Lyubchenko -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Peculiarities of Formation of the Film Structure at IBAD Method -- 3. Structure of the "Coating-Substrate" Mixing Zone -- 4. Tribological Properties of Coatings Obtained by IBAD Method -- 4.1. Microhardness -- 4.2. Coefficient of Friction and Wear Resistance -- 4.3. Comparison of Hardness and Wear Resistance of Coatings Obtained by IBAD and Other Physical Vapor Deposition Techniques -- 5. V-N Thin-Film Hydrogen absorbents -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- ch. 5 Risks and Toxicity of Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Materials / Michael K. Danquah -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Toxicity of Inorganic-Based Nanomaterials -- 3. Toxicity of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials -- 4. Toxicity of Composite-Based Nanomaterials -- 5. Environmental, Health, and Safety Issues -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 6 Nanoimprint Lithography and Transdermal Drug-Delivery Devices / Babak Heidari -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nanoimprint Lithography Types -- 3. Nanoimprint Lithography Methods -- 3.1. Full Area Imprinting -- 3.2. Step and Repeat Imprinting -- 3.3. Roll-to-roll Imprinting -- 3.4. Roll and Imprinting -- 4. Nanoimprint Stamp Consideration -- 4.1. Materials Compatibility -- 4.2. Hard/Hard Imprinting -- 4.3. Hard/Soft and Soft/Soft -- 5. Types of Imprint Stamps -- 5.1. Silicon Stamp -- 5.2. Quartz Stamp -- 5.3. Nickel Stamp -- 5.4. Polymer Stamps -- 5.5. Imprint Processes -- 5.6. Thermal NIL/hot Embossing -- 5.7. Ultraviolet NIL -- 5.8. Simultaneous Thermal and UV NIL -- 5.9. Nanoimprint Lithography Application Areas -- 6. Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems -- 6.1. Types of the Transdermal Drug Delivery Patches -- 6.2. Microneedles Types -- 6.3. Imprinting Nanostructured Foil -- 7. Biosensors -- 7.1. Interdigitized Nanoelectrode Sensors -- 7.2. Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensors -- References -- ch. 7 Noble Metal Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Biomedical Implementations / Ping-Chang Lin -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gold Nanoparticles -- 2.1. Synthesis and Properties -- 2.2. Surface Modification and Functionalization -- 2.3. Biomedical Applications -- 3. Silver Nanoparticles -- 3.1. Properties of Silver Nanoparticles -- 3.2. Synthetic Methods of Silver Nanoparticles -- 3.3. Functionalization -- 3.4. Biomedical Applications -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 8 Laser Deposition of Nano Coatings on Biomedical Implants / Masoud Mozafari -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Technology of Laser Coating Deposition -- 2.1. Pulsed Laser Deposition -- 2.2. Laser Cladding -- 2.3. Matrix-Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation -- 3. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 9 Physicochemical Characterization of Nanomaterials: Polymorph, Composition, Wettability, and Thermal Stability / Guy Van Assche -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Polymorph, Crystal Structure, and Crystallite Size -- 3. Elemental Composition -- 4. Bonding Structure and Oxidation State -- 4.1. Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy -- 4.2. Raman Scattering Spectroscopy -- 4.3. X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy -- 4.4. Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- 4.5. Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- 5. Surface Charge and Dispersion Stability -- 6. Surface Energy, Surface Adhesion, and Wettability -- 7. Thermal Stability and Thermal Transitions -- 8. Conclusion and Outlook -- References -- ch. 10 Physicochemical Characterization of Nanomaterials: Size, Morphology, Optical, Magnetic, and Electrical Properties / M. Luisa Garcia-Betancourt -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Particle Size Distribution, Dispersion, and DLS -- 3. Specific Surface Area, Porosity, and BET Analysis -- 4. Optoelectronic Properties -- 5. UV-VIS Spectroscopy -- 5.1. Photoluminescence Spectroscopy -- 5.2. Fluorescence Spectroscopy -- 6. Magnetic Properties -- 7. Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy -- 8. Imaging Techniques -- 8.1. Scanning Electron Microscopy -- 8.2. Transmission Electron Microscopy -- 9. Conclusion and Outlook -- References -- ch. 11 Engineered Nanomaterials: Nanofabrication and Surface Functionalization / Ahmed Barhoum -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nanofabrication Techniques -- 3. Gas-Phase Production -- 3.1. Chemical Vapor Condensation -- 3.2. Plasma Synthesis -- 3.3. Atomic Layer Deposition -- 3.4. Arc Discharge Synthesis -- 5.5. Laser Pyrolysis Synthesis -- 4. Liquid-Phase Production -- 4.1. Sol-gel Synthesis -- 4.2. Microemulsion Synthesis -- 4.3. Hydrothermal Synthesis -- 4.4. Sonochemical Synthesis -- 4.5. Coprecipitation Synthesis -- 4.6. Laser Ablation Synthesis -- 4.7. Electrospinning -- 5. Solid-Phase Production -- 5.1. Mechanical Attrition -- 5.2. Ball Milling -- 5.3. Mechanochemical Synthesis -- 6. Surface Modification and Functionalization -- 7. Mechanism of Nanoparticle Formation -- 7.1. Nucleation -- 7.2. Growth and Crystallization -- 8. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 12 Nanomaterials History, Classification, Unique Properties, Production and Market / Ahmed Barhoum -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Standards and Terminology "Nano" -- 3. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology -- 4. History of Nanotechnology -- 5. Scientific Story of Nanotechnology -- 6. Types of Nanomaterials -- 6.1. Carbon-Based Nanomaterials -- 6.2. Organic-Based Nanomaterials -- 6.3. Inorganic-Based Nanomaterials -- 6.4. Composite-Based Nanomaterials -- 7. Classification of Nanomaterials -- 8. Size-Dependent Properties -- 9. Optoelectronic Properties -- 10. Colloidal Stabilization -- 11. Self-Assembling Properties -- 12. Toxicity and Antibacterial Activity -- 13. State of Nanomaterial Production -- 14. Future Prospects of Nanotechnology -- 15. Conclusion -- References -- ch
Note continued: 3.4. Drug Loading -- 3.5. Drug Product Purification -- 3.6. Drug Product Sterilization -- 3.7. Discussion -- Author's Biography -- References -- ch. 16 Fabrication, Functionalization, and Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes / Saman Azhari -- 1. Introduction -- 2. History of CNT -- 3. Background of CNTs -- 4. Fabrication of CNTs -- 4.1. Arc-Discharge -- 4.2. Laser Ablation -- 4.3. Chemical Vapor Deposition -- 5. Purification of CNTs -- 5.1. Dry Methods -- 5.2. Wet Methods -- 6. Dispersion of CNTs -- 6.1. Covalent Functionalization -- 6.2. Noncovalent Modifications -- 7. Applications of CNTs -- 7.1. Energy Storage -- 7.2. Environmental Applications -- 7.3. Composites -- 7.4. Biomedical Applications -- 8. Characterization of CNT -- 8.1. Raman -- 8.2. Ultraviolet Visible (UV/Vis) Spectroscopy -- 8.3. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) -- 8.4. Thermogravimetric Analysis -- 8.5. Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy -- 8.6. Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) -- 8.7. High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy -- 9. Conclusion and Future Directions -- References -- ch. 17 Nanostructured Thin Films and Nanocoatings / Ramalingam Chidambaram -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Substrate for Nanocoating and Thin Films -- 3. Nanocoating Fabrication Methods -- 3.1. Physical Vapor Deposition -- 3.2. Chemical Vapor Deposition -- 4. Polymer Physisorption -- 5. Polymer Chemisorption -- 5.1. "Grafting to" Approach -- 5.2. "Grafting from" Method -- 5.3. "Grafting Through" Method -- 6. Physicochemical Characterization Techniques -- 6.1. Atomic Force Microscopy -- 6.2. X-ray Diffraction -- 6.3. Scanning Electron Microscopy -- 7. Nanocoating Applications -- 7.1. Aerospace Applications -- 7.2. Packaging Applications -- 7.3. Industrial Applications -- References -- ch. 18 Bottom-up Synthesis of Hybrid Carbon Nanoscrolls / Maria Benelmekki -- 1. Overview on Carbon-Based Nanostructures -- 2. Preparation of Magneto-Plasmonic Carbon Nanoscrolls -- 2.1. Step 1: Preparation of the Substrate -- 2.2. Step 2: Deposition of Carbon Nanofilms -- 2.3. Step 3: Deposition of the Nanoparticles -- 2.4. Step 4: Liquid Exfoliation of Magneto Plasmonic Carbon Nanoscrolls and Nanosheets -- 3. Characterization of Carbon Nanoscrolls and Nanocomposites -- 3.1. Methods of Characterization -- 3.2. Structural and Compositional Characterization -- 4. Functional Properties -- 4.1. Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering -- 4.2. Photothermal Behavior -- 5. Discussions and Conclusions -- 6. Perspectives -- References -- ch. 19 Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles Using Laser Ablation Technique / Vahdatkhah Parisa -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Advantages and Disadvantages of PLA -- 3. Crystallization and Growth Mechanisms -- 4. PLA Process and Setup -- 5. General Considerations of PLA -- 6. Physicochemical Characterization of Metal Nanoparticles -- 6.1. UV Visible Spectroscopy -- 6.2. X-ray Diffraction -- 6.3. X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy -- 6.4. Scanning Electron Microscopy -- 6.5. Transmission Electron Microscopy -- References -- ch. 20 Theories of Nanoparticle and Nanostructure Formation in Liquid Phase / Andrei Sapelkin -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Classical Nucleation Theory -- 3. La Mer's Nucleation and Growth Mechanisms -- 4. Two-Step Nucleation and Growth Mechanism -- 5. Prenucleation Cluster Mechanism -- 6. In Situ Characterization Techniques -- 7. Conclusions -- References
13 Recent Progress on Nanofabrication of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers / Divya Suares -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Advantages of MIPs -- 3. Applications of MIPs -- 4. Fabrication of MIPs -- 4.1. Factors Impacting Fabrication of MIPs -- 4.2. Challenges/Difficulties in MIP Fabrication -- 4.3. Nanofabrication of MIPs -- 5. Novel Methods for Molecular Imprinting -- 5.1. Combinatorial Molecular Imprinting -- 5.2. Surface Imprinting -- 5.3. Antiidiotypic Imprinting -- 5.4. Epitope Imprinting -- 5.5. Scaffold Imprinting -- 5.6. Supercritical Fluid Technique -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- ch. 14 Plant Extract Mediated Synthesis of Nanoparticles / Erwan Rauwel -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Plant Extract Mediated Synthesis of Nanoparticles -- 2.1. Plant Extract Reduction Mechanism -- 2.2. Mass Production -- 3. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.1. Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.2. Magnesium Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.3. Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles -- 3.4. Copper (II/IV) Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.5. Iron Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.6. Calcium Oxide Nanoparticles -- 3.7. Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles -- 4. Antimicrobial Metal Nanoparticles -- 4.1. Noble Metal Nanoparticles -- 4.2. Antimicrobial Mechanism of Metallic Nanoparticle Coating -- 5. Examples of Applications Using Plant Extract Mediated Synthesis -- 6. Advantages and Drawbacks of Plant Extract Mediated Synthesis -- 7. Summary -- References -- ch. 15 Contemporary Industrial Practice for Manufacturing of Nanomedicines / Steliyan Tinkov -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nanodrug Architecture Platforms -- 3. Birth of a Particle: Core Manufacturing Technologies -- 3.1. Overview -- 3.2. Particle Formation -- 3.3. Particle Size Reduction
Summary Emerging Applications of Nanoparticles and Architecture Nanostructures: Current Prospects and Future Trends discusses the most important current applications of nanoparticles and architecture nanostructures in a comprehensive, detailed manner. The book covers major applications of nanoparticles and architecture nanostructures, taking into account their unusual shapes and high surface areas. In particular, coverage is given to applications in aerospace, automotive, batteries, sensors, smart textile design, energy conversion, color imaging, printing, computer chips, medical implants, pharmacy, cosmetics, and more. In addition, the book discusses the future of research in these areas. This is a valuable reference for both materials scientists, chemical and mechanical engineers working both in R & D and academia who want to learn more on how nanoparticles and nanomaterials are commercially applied
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 27, 2018)
Subject Architectural models
Nanoparticles
Nanostructured materials
Architectural models.
Nanoparticles.
Nanostructured materials.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Reference.
Form Electronic book
Author Barhoum, Ahmed, editor
Makhlouf, Abdel Salam Hamdy, editor
ISBN 0128135166 (electronic bk.)
9780128135167 (electronic bk.)