Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology: Volume 1371. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129737
  • Book
  • 166 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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The fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology continue to have a major impact in a number of scientific and technological areas such as health, computing, sensing, catalysis, coatings and aerospace. For the past few years, the Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology Symposium, during the International Materials Research Congress, has been aiming to provide an international forum for the presentation of the latest developments in nanotechnology and nanomaterials research. As in previous years, a growing community of scientists, researchers, students and industry representatives gathered to present and discuss the different topics covered by the symposium, which ranged from theory to experiment and included new synthetic routes, processing, characterisation and modelling of nanomaterials, structure-property correlations at the nanoscale, fundamental phenomena occurring in nanoscale systems and processes, and the design, application and industrial development of nanostructured materials and nanosystems. This year the symposium also included a session devoted specifically to low-dimensional carbon nanostructures.
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1. Size and shape dependencies of nanomaterial properties: thermodynamic considerations;
2. Synthesis of silver nanostructures by the polyol method and their statistical analysis using design of experiments;
3. Characterization of electron-beam-induced silver deposition from liquid phase;
4. Synthesis of soluble carcerands;
5. Near-equilibrium solubility of nanocrystalline alloys;
6. VLS synthesis and characterization of SnO2 nanowires;
7. ZrO2 nanopowders doped with Eu: SEM, XRD and UV spectroscopy studies;
8. Raman spectrum modification of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots at the bio-conjugation to IgG antibodies;
9. Effect of titania grafting on behavior of NiMo HDS catalysts supported on nanostructured silica materials;
10. Integrating carbon nanotubes into microfluidic chips for separating biochemical compounds;
11. Characterization of dispersion of carbon nanotubes in polymer matrices;
12. Polymer nanohybrids with high electrical conductivities;
13. Study of fracture behavior of polypropylene/MWCNT and polypropylene/m-MMT nanocomposites by small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS);
14. Halide ion effect in shape transformation from silver triangular nanoprisms to silver nanodisks;
15. Shape and stability of silver nanoparticles and their dependence on the conditions of preparation;
16. Theoretical study of alkanedithiolated gold clusters;
17. Development and characterization of nanocomposites with gold nanoparticles embedded in the nanostructured silicon substrate;
18. ZrO2 doped with cobalt nanoparticles to detect UV radiation;
19. Effect of Organoclay´s characteristics during the preparation of complex ternary system PP-EP/EVA/Organoclay;
20. Influence of oxide nanoparticles of Fe, Al and Si on the sintered magnesia for the production of refractory material to be used in secondary ladle metallurgy;
21. Features of formation of composite nanopowders based on Al2O3 and AlN;
22. Transmission of dirac electrons through graphene multilayers with Gaussian profile;
23. Transmission for a finite superlattice with a linear modulation of the potential barriers height;
24. Transmission properties of multilayered period doubling and silver-mean graphene structures.
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Claudia Gutiérrez-Wing
José Luis Rodríguez-López
Olivia A. Graeve Alfred University, New York.

John J. Boeckl
Patrick Soukiassian
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