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Processing of Nanoparticle Materials and Nanostructured Films. Ceramic Transactions. Volume 223. Ceramic Transactions Series
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, September 2010, Pages: 196
There have been extraordinary developments in nanomaterials in the past two decades. Nanomaterial processing is one of the key components for this success. This volume, titled Processing of Nanoparticle Materials and Nanostructured Films, is a collection of the papers presented at Controlled Processing of Nanoparticle-based Materials and Nanostructured Films symposium held during the Materials Science and Technology 2009 conference (MS&T’09), October 25-29, 2009 in Pittsburgh, PA. It summarizes the progress that has been achieved most recently in understanding and processing nanoparticle-based materials and nanostructured films.
Nanoparticle-based materials and nanostructured films hold great promise to enable a broad range of new applications. This includes high energy conversion efficiency fuel cells, smart materials, high performance sensors, and structural materials under extreme environments. However, many barriers still exist in understanding and controlling the processing of nanoparticle-based materials and nanostructured films. In particular, agglomeration must be controlled in powder synthesis and processing to enable the fabrication of homogeneous green or composite microstructures, and microstructure evolution must be controlled to preserve the size and properties of the nanostructures in the finished materials. Also, novel nanostructure designs are highly needed at all stages of bulk and thin film nanomaterial formation process to enable unique performances, low cost, and green engineering. This volume focuses on three general topics, 1) Processing to preserve and improve nanoscale size, structure, and properties, 2) Novel design and understanding of new nanomaterials, such as new synthesis approaches, templating, and 3D assembly technologies, and 3) Applications of nanoparticle assemblies and composites and thin films.
Graphene Encapsulated Gold Nanoparticles and Their Characterization (Junchi Wu and Nitin Chopra).
A Surfactant-Assisted Solid-State Synthesis of BaTiO3 from BaCO3 and TiO2 (Yu-Lun Chang, and Hsing-I Hsiang).
Morphological Stability of Gold Nanoparticles on Titania Nanoparticles (M. Nahar and D. Kovar).
Synthesis of Nanostructured Mesoporous Ordered Silica Supported Fe2O3 Nanoparticles for Water Purification (Sawsan A. Mahmoud and Heba M. Gobara).
Patterning by Focused Ion Beam Assisted Anodization (J. Zhao, K. Lu, B. Chen, and Z. Tian).
Agricultural-Waste Nano-Particle Synthesis Templates for Hydrogen Storage (William L Bradbury and Eugene A. Olevsky).
Synthesis, Structural and Mechanical Characterization of Artificial Nanocomposites (Yong Sun, Zaiwang Huang, and Xiaodong Li).
Properties of Freeze-Casted Composites of Silica and Kaoiinite (J. Walz and K. Lu).
Controlled Processing of Bulk Assembling of Nanoparticles of Titania (M. Jitianu, J. K. Ko, S. Miller, C. Rohn, and Ft. A. Haber).
Phase Transition and Consolidation of Colloidal Nanoparticles (Yoshihiro Hirata, Naoki Matsunaga, and Soichiro Sameshima).
Thin Film Nanocomposites for Thermoelectric Applications (Otto J. Gregory, Ximing Chen, Matin Amani, Brian Monteiro, and Andrew Carracia).
Indium Tin Oxide Nanosized Transparent Conductive Thin Films Obtained by Sputtering from Large Size Planar and Rotary Targets (E. Medvedovski, C.J. Szepesi, O. Yankov, and P. Lippens).
Engineered Oxide Nanofilms Prepared from Solutions at Relatively Low Temperatures (Arvid Pasto, Michael Pozvonkov, Morgan Spears, Evan Hyde, and Mark Deininger).
Experimental Study of Structural Zone Model for Composite Thin Films in Magnetic Recording Media Application (Hua Yuan and David E. Laughlin).
Process Optimization of Ion Plating Nickel-Copper-Silver Thin Film Deposition (Mike Danyluk).
Eugene A Olevsky