With this book, the distinguished team of editors has combined the expertise of leading nanomaterials scientists to provide a recent overview of this field. They cover the whole spectrum of nanomaterials, ranging from theory, synthesis, properties, characterization to application, including such new developments as quantum dots, nanoparticles, nanoporous materials, nanowires, nanotubes, and nanostructured polymers.
The result is recommended reading for everybody working in nanoscience: Newcomers to the field can acquaint themselves with this exciting subject, while specialists will find answers to all their questions as well as helpful suggestions for further research.
Nanomaterials for Optoelectronics
Non–aqueous Sol–gel Processed for the Synthesis of Oxidic Nanoparticles
Recent Results on Nanocrystals
Peptide Nanotubes and Related Aspects
Recent Results on Nanowires and Nanotubes
Growth of Nanoparticles
Nanoscale Electronic Phase Separation in Oxides
Achim Müller studied chemistry and physics at Göttingen University and is currently Professor of Inorganic Chemsitry at Bielefeld University, bothGermany. His research interests range from problems of molecular physics, bioinorganic chemistry and metal chalcogenide compounds to popularised science. He has received many national and international recognitions.
Anthony Cheetham obtained his Ph.D. in chemistry at Oxford University in 1971 and becme a faculty member in 1974. He moved to the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1991 as Professor in the Materials Department and became Director of the newly created Materlais Research Laboratory there in 1992. His research on inorganic materials has been recognised by a number of awards, including election to Fellowships of the Royal Society (1994) and the Third World Academy of Sciences (1999). He held an International Research Chair at Blaise Pascal University, Paris, (1997–99), and an International Chair Francqui in Namur (2001).