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Progress in Nanotechnology: Applications

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Progress in Nanotechnology: Applications

ACerS (American Ceramics Society, The) (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-58825-3 February 2010 339 Pages

Description

This edition of the Progress in Ceramic Technology series is a select compilation of articles on nanotechnology applications and markets previously published in ACerS publications, including The American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings (CESP) and Ceramic Transactions (CT). The American Ceramic Society contributes to the progress of nanotechnology by providing forums for information exchange during its various meetings and by publishing articles in its various journals and proceedings.

Contents

Introduction

Market Overviews

Rolling Nanotech Out of the Lab and Into the Market 3
J. Sawyer

Ceramic Revolution May Yet Arrive via Nanotechnology 9
K. Blakely

Powder Market Update: Nanoceramic Applications Emerge 13
T. Abraham

Biomedical Technology

Fabrication of Nano-Macro Porous Soda-Lime Phosphosilicate Bioactive Glass by the Melt-Quench Method 19
H. M. M. Moawad and H. Jain

Biological Response Mechanisms to Microparticulate and Nanoparticulate Matter 33
M. Chary, R. Baier, P. Nickerson, and J. Natiella

Alumind/Zirconia Micro/Nanocomposites: A New Material for Biomedical Applications With Superior Sliding Wear Resistance 37
J. Bartolome, A. De Aza , A. Martin, J. Pastor, J. Llorca, R. Torrecillas, and G. Bruno

Creation of Nano-Macro-Interconnected Porosity in a Bioactive Glass-Ceramic by the Melt-Quench-Heat-Etch Method 45
H. Moawad and H. Jain

Processing and Properties of Nano-Hydroxyapatite(n-HAp)/Poly(Ethylene-Co-Acrylic Acid)(EAA) Composite Using a Phosphonic Acid Coupling Agent for Orthopedic Applications 49
N. Pramanik, S. Mohapatra, P. Pramanik, and P. Bhargava

Hydroxyapatite-Carbon Nanotube Composites for Biomedical Applications: A Review 57
A. White, S. Best, and I. Kinloch

Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Nanoapatite Ceramics Powders for Biomedical Applications 71
K. Ando, M. Ohkubo, S. Hayakawa, K. Tsuru, A. Osaka, E. Fujii, K. Kawabata, C. Bonhomme, and F. Babonneau

High-Frequency Induction Heat Sintering of Mechanically Alloyed Alumina-Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Nano-Bioceramics 79
S. Kim and K. Khalil

Merging Biological Self-Assembly with Synthetic Chemical Tailoring: The Potential for 3-D Genetically Engineered Micro/Nano-Devices (3-D GEMS) 85
K. Sandhage, S. Allan, M. Dickerson, C. Gaddis, S. Shian, M. Weatherspoon, Y. Cai, G. Ahmad, M. Haluska, R. Snyder, R. Unocic, F. Zalar, Y. Zhang, R. Rapp, M. Hildebrand, and B. Palenik

Construction and Manufacturing

Effect of Nanosilica Additions on Belite Cement Pastes Held in Sulfate Solutions 97
J. Dolado, I. Campillo, E. Erkizia, J. Ibaiiez, A. Porro, A. Guerrero, and S. Goiii

Effect of Nano-Size Powders on the Microstructure of Ti(C,N)-xWC-Ni Cermets 101
J. Jung and S. Kang

In Situ Preparation of Si3N,/SiC Nanocomposites for Cutting Tools Application 107
P.Sajgalik, M. Hnatko, Z. LenEeS, J. Dusza, and M. KaSiarova

How Nanotechnology Can Change the Concrete World, Part One 113
K. Sobolev and M. Gutierrez

How Nanotechnology Can Change the Concrete World, Part Two 117
K. Sobolev and M. Gutierrez

Electronic and Optical Devices

Will Silicon Survive Moore’s Law? 123
L. Sheppard

Nanosize Engineered Ferroelectric/Dielectric Single and Multilayer Films for Microwave Applications 129
R. Wordenweber, E. Hollmann, M. Ali, J. Schubert, and G. Pickartz

Effect of Calcination on Crystallinity for Nanostructured Development of Wormhole-Like Mesoporous Tungsten Oxide 137
W. Lai, L. Teoh, Y. Su, J. Shieh, and M. Hon

Mg-Cu-Zn Ferrites for Multilayer Inductors 141
J. Murbe and J. Topfer

Microwave Dielectric Properties of Sintered Alumina Using Nano-Scaled Powders of (Y Alumina and TiO2 149
C-L Huang, J-J Wang, and C-Y Huang

PbZr0.4Ti0.6O3-Based Reflectors with Tunable Peak Wavelengths 157
G. J. Hu, X. K. Hong, A. Y. Liu, J. Chen, J. H. Chu, and N. Dai

Morphologies-Controlled Synthesis and Optical Properties of Bismuth Tungstate Nanocrystals by a Low-Temperature Molten Salt Method 159
L. Xie, J. Ma, J. Zhou, Z. Zhao, H. Tian, Y. Wang, J. Tao, and X. Zhu

Synthesis of High Density and Transparent Forsterite Ceramics Using Nano-Sized Precursors and Their Dielectric Properties 163
S. Sano, N. Saito, S. Matsuda, N. Ohashi, H. Haneda, Y. Arita, and M. Takernoto

Design and Nanofabrication of Superconductor Ceramic Strands and Customized Leads 171
A. Rokhvarger and L. Chigirinsky

Built-in Nanostructures in Transparent Oxides for Novel Photonic and Electronic Functions Materials 183
H. Hosono

Energy and The Environment

Preparation and Characterization of Samaria-Doped Ceria Electrolyte Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 199
Y.-P. Fu, S.-B. Wen, and C.-H. Lu

Design of High-Quality Pt-CeO, Composite Anodes Supported by Carbon Black for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Application 205
M. Takahashi, T. Mori, F. Ye, A. Vinu, H. Kobayashi, and J. Drennan

Rapid Formation of Active Mesoporous TiO, Photocatalysts via Micelle in a Microwave Hydrothermal Process 209
H.-W. Wang, C.-H. Kuo, H.-C. Lin, I.-T. Kuo, and C.-F. Cheng

Development of Visible-Light Photocatalysts by Nitrogen-Doped Titanium Dioxide 215

Synthesis of Nanophased Metal Oxides in Supercritical Water: Catalysts for Biomass Conversion 217
C. Levy, M. Watanabe, Y. Aizawa, H. Inornata, and K. Sue

Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-Composite Alumina-Titania Ceramic Membrane for Gas Separation 225
A. L. Ahmad, M. R. Othrnan, and N. F. ldrus

Hydrothermal Synthesis of Nan0 Ce-Zr-Y Oxide Solid Solution for Automotive Three-Way Catalyst 233
H. Yucai

Comparison Between Micrometer- and Nano-Scale Glass Composites for Sealing Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 237
M. Brochu, B. D. Gauntt, R. Shah, and R. E. Loehman

Preparation of Nanocrystalline CeO2 by the Precipitation Method and Its Improved Methane Oxidation Activity 245
H.-J. Choi, J. Moon, H.-B. Shim, K.-S. Han, E.-G. Lee, and K.-D. Jung

Preparation and Characterization of Nano-Crystalline LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Combustion Reaction Method Cathode Material by the Soft 249
Z. Zhao, J. Ma, H. Tian, L. Xie, J. Zhou, P. Wu, Y. Wang, J. Tao, and X. Zhu

Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-Hetero-Structured Dy Doped CeO2 Solid Electrolytes Using a Combination of Spark Plasma Sintering and Conventional Sintering 253

T. Mori, T. Kobayashi, Y. Wang, J. Drennan, T. Nishimura, J-G Li, and H. Kobayashi Fabrication and Performance of Impregnated Ni Anodes of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 257
S. Jiang, S. Zhang, Y. Zhen, and W. Wang

Advances in Nano-Structured Electrochemical Reactors for NOx Treatment in the Presence of Oxygen 265
M. Awano, Y. Fujishiro, K. Hamamoto, S. Katayama, and S. Bredikhin

Sensors

Prussian Blue Nanoparticles Encapsulated Within Ormosil Film 277
P. Pandey and B. Singh

High-Yield Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Tin Dioxide by Thermal Decomposition for Use in Gas Sensors 293
C. Agashe, R. Aiyer, and A. Garaje

Effect of Firing Temperature on Electrical and Gas-Sensing Properties of Nano-Sn0,-Based Thick-Film Resistors 301
A. Garje and R. Aiyer

Preparation of Ru-C Nano-Composite Films and Their Electrode Properties for Oxygen Sensors 309
T. Kimura and T. Goto

Electrical and Gas-Sensing Properties of a Thick Film Resistor of Nanosized SnO2 with Variable Percentage of Permanent Binder 317
A. D. Garje and R. C. Aiyer

Non-Nernstian Planar Sensors Based on YSZ with Ta (1 0 at.%)-Doped Nanosized Titania as a Sensing Electrode for High-Temperature Applications 325
L. Chevalier, M.Grilli, E. Di Bartolomeo, and E. Traversa

Improvement of NO2 a Sensing Performances by an Additional Second Component to the Nano- Structured NiO Sensing Electrode of a YSZ-Based Mixed-Potential-Type Sensor 333
V. Plashnitsa, T. Ueda, and N. Miura