Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry
The extensive coverage of Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry presents a thorough introduction to the field of nanostructured materials, including chemical synthesis methods, bonding theories, and applications. Because nanomaterials are finding more applications in the real world, this text contains up-to-date treatment of such topics as:
- Metals, semiconductor nanocrystals, and ceramics
- Double layers, optical properties, and the electrochemistry of metal nanoparticles
- Chemical and catalytic aspects of nanocrystals
- Specific heats and melting points of nanocrystalline materials
Authored by world-renowned experts in the field of nanotechnology, Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry is suitable as a primary text for graduate courses and is a reliable resource for scientists.
Introduction to the Nanoworld (K. Klabunde).
Metals (G. Schmid).
Semiconductor Nanocrystals (M. Pileni).
Ceramics (A. Khaleel & R. Richards).
Metal Nanoparticles: Double Layers, Optical Properties, and Electrochemistry (P. Mulvaney).
Magnetism (C. Sorensen).
Chemical and Catalytic Aspects of Nanocrystals (K. Klabunde & R. Mulukutla).
Specific Heats and Melting Points of Nanocrystalline Materials (O. Koper & S. Winecki).
Applications of Nanocrystals (J. Parker).