- Language: English
- 484 Pages
- Published: July 2013
- Region: Global
Hybrid Nanomaterials. Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications
- Published: July 2011
- Region: Global
- 352 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Hybrid nanomaterials are unique conjugates of organic/inorganic structures. Hybrid Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications presents the basic principles underlying the synthesis and fabrication of nanohybrids, their benefits, self-assembly and fabrication, and applications. This book discusses the most recent developments pertaining to the synthesis, characterizations, and applications of hybrid nanomaterials in a format that various disciplines can understand and use. Written by experts in this field, the text provides a fundamental insight into tricks, tools, and challenges associated with these technique or technology for engineers and scientists.
Chapter 1. Thermosensitive Core-Shell Microgel Particles as Carrier System for Catalytic Metal Nanoparticles (Professor Matthias Ballauff).
Chapter 2. Metal and Metal Oxide Nanostructures on Resin Support (Professor Tarasankar Pal).
Chapter 3. Nanocluster Catalysts and Their Practical Utility in Generation of Functionalized Organo-Silicon Polymers (Professor Bhanu P. S. Chauhan).
Chapter 4. Design and Synthesis of Nano-Hybrid Systems Based on Silicon-Oxygen Bond (Professor Yusuke Kawakami).
Chapter 5. Nanocrystalline Magnesium Oxide for Asymmetric Organic Reactions (Dr. M. Lakshmi Kantam).
Chapter 6. Boron-Based Hybrid Nanostructures: Novel Applications of Modern Materials (Professor Narayan S. Hosmane).
Chapter 7. The Exploration of Biomedical Multimodality in Small Solid Core Nanoparticles (Professor Marc Walters).
Chapter 8. A Survey of Interactions of Gold Nanoparticles with Common Human Blood Plasma Proteins (Professor Alamgir Karim).
Chapter 9. Genetically Modified Collagen-Like Triple Helix Peptide as Biomimetric Template (Professor Hiroshi Matsui).
Chapter 10. Polydiacetylene-Containing Liposomes as Sensory Materials (Professor Sanku Mallik).
Chapter 11. Block-Copolymer-Templated Synthesis of Ordered Silicas with Closed Mesopores (Professor Michal Kruk).
Chapter 12. Organic Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials: Organization, Functionalization and Potential Applications in Environmental Domain (Professor Ahmad Mehdi).
Bhanu P. S. Chauhan, PhD, is Professor and Chairperson of the Chemistry Department at William Paterson University,Wayne, New Jersey, where he also heads the Engineered Nanomaterials Laboratory. His major areas of expertise include synthesis and investigations of silicon based polymers, nanosized materials and hybrid phase catalysts.