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Nanomaterials. Inorganic and Bioinorganic Perspectives. EIC Books

  • ID: 2182338
  • Book
  • 856 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Connecting inorganic chemistry to the hottest topic in materials science, this timely resource collects the contributions made by leading inorganic chemists towards nanomaterials research. The second volume in the Wiley
Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry Methods and Applications Series, this signature title concentrates on recent developments in the field and includes all key topics such as nanowires, nanotubes, biomineralization, supramolecular materials and much more.

This volume is also available as part of Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry, 5 Volume Set.

This set combines all volumes published as EIC Books from 2007 to 2010, representing areas of key developments in the field of inorganic chemistry published in the Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry. <a href="[external URL] out more.
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List of Contributors.

Series Preface.

Volume Preface.

Biologically Templated Nanostructure Assemblies (Silke S. Behrens).

Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles (Nand Kishore Prasad, Dhirendra Bahadur, Sebastien Vasseur and Etienne Duguet).

Biomimetic Chemistry of Hybrid Materials (Knut Rurack and Ramon Mart nez–Manez).

Biomineralization: Peptide–Mediated Synthesis of Materials (Ryan D. Rutledge and David W. Wright).

Biomineralization: Self–Assembly Processes (Shu–Hong Yu and Shaofeng Chen).

Carbon Nanotubes, Multi–Walled (Rodney Andrews, Matthew C. Weisenberger, Dali Qian, Mark S. Meier, Kelby Cassity and Paul E. Yeary).

Carbon Nanotubes, Single–Walled: Functionalization by Intercalation (Hidetsugu Shiozawa, Thomas Pichler, Rudolf Pfeiffer and Hans Kuzmany).

Carbon Nanotubes: Fluorinated Derivatives (Valery N. Khabashesku, Oleksandr V. Kuznetsov and Merlyn X. Pulikkathara).

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanocomposites for Electrical and Thermal Applications (Wei Wang, Fushen Lu, Lucia Monica Veca, Mohammed J. Meziani, Xin Wang, Li Cao, Lingrong Gu and Ya–Ping Sun).

Endohedral Fullerenes (Shangfeng Yang and Lothar Dunsch).

Fullerenes: Metal Complexes (Alan L. Balch and Christopher J. Chancellor).

Fullerenes: Nanoscale–Ordered Materials (Dirk M. Guldi).

Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Catalysts (Zhen Ma, Steven H. Overbury and Sheng Dai).

Gold Nanoparticles: Monolayer–Protected Scaffolds and Building Blocks (Yuval Ofir, Sudhanshu Srivastava and Vincent M. Rotello).

Inorganic Nanobelt Materials (Shu–Hong Yu and Wei–Tang Yao).

Inorganic Nanocrystals: Patterning and Assembling (Maria Lucia Curri, Roberto Comparelli, Marinella Striccoli, Nicoletta Depalo and Elisabetta Fanizza).

Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Alkalide Reduction (Michael J. Wagner).

Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids (Andreas Taubert).

Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Liquid Crystals (Cedric Boissiere, David Grosso and Eric Prouzet).

Inorganic Nanotubes (Maja Remskar).

Inorganic Semiconductor Nanomaterials for High–Performance Flexible Electronics (Jong–Hyun Ahn, Alfred J. Baca and John A. Rogers).

Liquid–Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles (Gabriel Caruntu, Daniela Caruntu and Charles J. O Connor).

Metal Oxide Nanoparticles (Marcos Fernandez–Garc a and Jose A. Rodriguez).

Monodisperse Magnetic Nanoparticles: Chemical Synthesis and Surface Modification (Jin Xie and Shouheng Sun).

Molecular and Supramolecular Arrays of the [Re6(3–Se)8]2+ Core–Containing Clusters (Zhiping Zheng).

Multicolor Quantum Dots in Molecular Profiling of Cancer Cells and Tissues (Pavel Zrazhevskiy and Xiaohu Gao).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Crystalline Metal–Chalcogenide Superlattices (Zhien Lin, Pingyun Feng and Xianhui Bu).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrogen–Storage Materials (David J. Collins and Hong–Cai Zhou).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zeolites (Valentin Valtchev and Svetlana Mintova).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Mesoporous and Surface–Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon (Xiqing Wang, Chengdu Liang and Sheng Dai).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Metal–Ion Sorption Materials (David T. Hobbs).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides (Fabrice Leroux and Vanessa Prevot).

Nano/Microporous Materials: Transition Metal Cyanides (Tong–Bu Lu, David J. Collins and Hong–Cai Zhou).

Nanocomposite Materials: Polyhedral Silsesquioxanes (Alexander M. Seifalian, Hossein Ghanbari, Raheleh Bakhshi and Ruben Y. Kannan).

Nanocomposite Materials: Semiconductors in Zeolites (Andreas Goldbach and Marie–Louise Saboungi).

Nanoporous Metal Phosphonates (Stuart R. Miller and Paul A. Wright).

Nanostructured Catalysts: Controlling Single–Site Composition (Craig E. Barnes and Richard T. Mayes).

Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas (Baodian Yao and Dongyuan Zhao).

Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Doped Compositions (Javier Vela and Jennifer A. Hollingsworth).

Semiconductor Nanowires (Brian A. Korgel).

Semiconductor/Ceramic Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties (Joshua T. Moore).

Supramolecular Materials: Assemblies Based on Square–Complexation (Stuart L. James).

Supramolecular Materials: Metal Quinonoid Complexes (Sang Bok Kim, Dwight A. Sweigart and Simon Lotz).

Functional Supramolecular Hybrid Materials (Knut Rurack and Ramon Mart nez–Manez).


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