Mohan Sankaran, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Plasma technology, and its application at the nanoscale, faces new challenges in the synthesis of well-defined nanomaterials, in terms of their size, shape, and composition. With numerous examples of the synthesis of various classes of nanomaterials, this book provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments and advancements in plasma processing of nanomaterials. Combining both experimental and theoretical work, it describes the successful application of plasma processing to synthesize, modify, and process nanomaterials as well as the use of plasma processing in nanoe1ectronics, catalysis, energy sensors, and nanomedicine.
Microscale plasmas for gas phase synthesis of nanoparticles, Prof. Mohan SankaranNanoscale etching/deposition (top down methods), Prof. Jane ChangEUV lithography, Prof. David RuzicSemiconductor nanopartic1es, Prof. Uwe KortshagenNanostructured silicon for photovoltaics, Pere Rocai CabarrocasCarbon nanofibers/nanotubes/nanoonions, Prof. Manish ChhowallaAtmospheric plasmas for CNTs, Prof. Geun-Young YeomModeling of catalytic growth of nanotubes and nanowires, Igor LevchenkoPECVD modeling, Prof. Annemie BoegartsDiagnostics, Holger KerstenSurface functionalization of nanomaterials, Prof. Liming DaiInorganic nanowires, Mahendra SunkaraPlasma-liquid interactions; Nanobio applications? Prof. Rikizo HatakeyamaAssembly and self-organization of nanomaterials, Kostya OstrikovCommercial reactor development/scale up, Ken TeoGraphene, Meyya Meyyappan
Collana: Nanomaterials and their Applications
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.125 in
Illustration Notes:186 b/w images and 11 tables
Pagine Arabe: 432