Manipulation of nanoscale materials : an introduction to nanoarchitectonics /

"Techniques and strategies for the production of nanomaterials and nanostructures have developed to an advanced level. However, the concepts and methods needed to correctly architect these materials into viable applications remains seriously lacking. This book introduces the concept of "Na...

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Other Authors: Ariga, Katsuhiko, 1962-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, U.K. : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012.
Series:RSC nanoscience & nanotechnology ; 24.
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Summary:"Techniques and strategies for the production of nanomaterials and nanostructures have developed to an advanced level. However, the concepts and methods needed to correctly architect these materials into viable applications remains seriously lacking. This book introduces the concept of "Nanoarchitechtonics", a term introduced by Dr Masakazu Aono to describe the correct manipulation of nanoscale materials in the creation of nano-devices and applications. With contributions from across the globe, Manipulation of Nanoscale Materials presents a broad spectrum of nanomaterials and their applications. Following an introductory chapter prepared by the editors, the book is divided into three further sections of chapters, detailing Nanoarchitectonics for Materials Development, Materials Nanoarchitechtonics for Bio-Conjugates and Bio-Applications, Materials Nanoarchitechtonics for Advanced Devices. The first book in its field, this is essential reading for anyone creating or deploying nanomaterials. Fully referenced to the primary literature, this title presents an excellent source of information, and inspiration, to the reader and should appeal to experienced materials scientists, nanotechnologists and postgraduate students."--
Physical Description:1 online resource (xiv, 473 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9781849735124
1849735123
ISSN:1757-7136 ;