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Self-Organized Bioinspired Organic/Inorganic Hybrids

Self-Organized Bioinspired Organic/Inorganic Hybrids

Takashi Kato

ISBN: 978-3-527-33176-5

Jan 1991

500 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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Description

Ranging from fundamentals of biomineralization and hybrid materials to applications, the book emphasizes the multifaceted benefit of inspiration from nature for advanced materials. Latest data based on established knowledge attract both professionals and newcomers.
BIOMIMETIC APPROACHES
Biomineralization (Fundamental: I) (General)
Biomineralization-Inspired Materials (Fundamental Process: II)
Biomineralization-Inspired Materials (Fundamental Materials: III)
New Nanofabrication Strategies for Functional Materials Inspired by Biomineralization
Macromolecular Templates for the Preparation of Calcium Carbonate/
Organic Hybrid
Formation of Complex Structures through Amorphous Phase
Synthesis of Carbonates through Polymer Induced Liquid Precursor (PILP) Process
Mesocrystalline Calcium Carbonate Composites
Mesoporous Silica and Inorganic/
Organic Hybrid Materials
Silica Nanopaparticles/Polymer Composites

TOWARD APPLICATIONS OF MATERIALS
Formation of Bone-like Hydroxyapatite Composites
Synthesis of Functional Inorganic Materials Using Complex Precursors
Controlled Crystallization in Gels
Preparation of Micro- and Nanosturctured Crystals on Monolayers and Polymer Brushes
Organic/
Inorganic Hybrid Capsules
Calcium Carbonate or Calcium Phosphate/Polymer Composites for Bio-Medical Application
Surface Modification of Biomaterials Using Organic/Inorganic Composites
Biomimetic Preparation of Magnetite (Fe3O4)
Biomimetic Synthesis of Transition Metal Compounds for Electrodes
Morphological Control of Various Inorganic Crystals Using Organic Polymers
Nucleation and Crystallization at Organic-Inorganic Interfaces

ANALYSIS OF NUCLEATION OF GROWTH
TEM Observation of Nucleation and Pre-Nucleation Stage of Crystallization
AFM Observation of Biomimetic Nucleation