Noble Metal-Metal Oxide Hybrid Nanoparticles: Fundamentals and Applications sets out concepts and emerging applications of hybrid nanoparticless in biomedicine, antibacterial, energy storage, and electronics. The hybridization of noble metals (Gold, Silver, Palladium and Platinum) with metal-oxide nanoparticles exhibits superior features, as compared to individual nanoparticles. In some cases, metal oxides act as semiconductors, such as nano zinc oxide, or titanium oxide nanoparticles, where their hybridization with silver nanoparticles, enhanced significantly their photocatalytic efficiency.
Noble Metal-Metal Oxide Hybrid Nanoparticles: Fundamentals and Applications highlights how such nanomaterials are used for practical applications. When metal oxidess were magnetic nanoparticles, such as iron oxide nanoparticles, their hybridization with gold nanoparticles (magneto-plasmonic hybrid nanoparticles) enhance the hyperthermia treatment of cancers by a combination of both magnetic field and laser excitations. For antibacterial application, the hybridization of silver nanoparticles and iron oxide nanoparticles could accelerate the ionization of silver nanoparticles. In the field of energy storage, the presence of hybrid nanomaterials may enhance significantly the time, efficiency and capacity of the charge-discharge process.
- Examines the properties of metal-metal oxide hybrid nanoparticles that make them so adaptable
- Explores the mechanisms by which nanoparticles interact with each other, showing how these can be exploited for practical applications
- Shows how metal oxide hybrid nanomaterials are used in a range of industry sectors, including energy, environment and healthcare
Part 1: Fundamentals 1. Hybrid Nanoparticles: An Introduction 2. Theoretical Aspects of Synthesis for Controlled Morphological Nanostructures 3. Methods for Synthesis of Hybrid Nanoparticles 4. Nanoscale Characterization 5. Electrochemistry, Photochemistry and Photoelectrochemistry of Hybrid Nanoparticles 6. Electronic Transport in Hybrid Nanoparticles 7. Antibacterial Behavior of Hybrid Nanoparticles 8. Exciton-plasmon interactions in Noble Metal-Semiconductor Oxide Hybrid Nanostructures
Part 2: Applications 9. Catalysts Based on Noble Metal- Manganese Oxide Nanohybrids 10. Role of oxides (Fe3O4, MnO2) in the antibacterial action of Ag-Metal oxide hybrid nanoparticles 11. Laser-induced heating synthesis of hybrid nanoparticles 12. Hyperthermia Treatments 13. Optical Absorption Modeling of Plasmonic Organic Solar Cells Embedding of Ag-SiO2 Core-Shell Nanoparticles 14. Noble Metals- Metal Oxide Nanohybrids in Humidity and Gas Sensing Applications 15. Sonochemical Synthesis of Pd
Metal Oxide Hybrid Nanoparticles 16. Chemical Methods for Synthesis of Hybrid Nanoparticles 17. Smart Coatings 18. Photocatalytic Application of Ag-TiO2 Hybrid Nanoparticles 19. Noble Metal-Transition Metal Oxides/Hydroxides: Desired Materials for Pseudocapacitor 20. Applications of Hybrid Nanoparticles in Biosensors: Simulation Studies 21. SERS Application of Noble Metal- Metal Oxide Hybrid Nanoparticles 22. Plasmonic perovskite solar cells utilizing noble metal
metal oxide hybrid nanoparticles 23. Hydrogen Gas Sensing Application of Au@In2o3 Core-Shell Hybrid Nanoparticles 24. Development of Ceo2 and Tio2 Based Au Nanocatalysts for Catalytic Applications 25. Radiolabeled Theranostics: Magnetic and Gold Hybrid Nanoparticles 26. Noble Metal-Manganese Oxide Nanohybrids Based Supercapacitors 27. Palladium-Based Hybrid Nanocatalysts: Application Toward Reduction Reactions 28. Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting 29. Theranostic Application of Fe3o4-Au Hybrid Nanoparticles
Assistant Professor in the School of Basic and Applied Sciences at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India. His research focuses on multifunctional hybrid Nanostructures and Plasmonic Nanocomposites for diverse optical, photocatalytic and biomedical application
Nguyen, Tuan Anh
Nguyen is Head of the Microanalysis Department, Institute for Tropical Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam. His research focuses on advanced nanomaterials, and nanotechnology for corrosion and materials integrity in transportation systems.
DEA (ENSCMul, France) and PhD (Cnam of Paris, France 2009). He worked as an assistant professor at Cnam of Paris (2009-2011) and researcher at ETS, Montreal, Canada (2011-2015) before joining to University of Montreal as research officer (Prud'homme's Group). His main research interests are polymer blends, crystallization of ultra thin films, nanostructuration, agrocomposites, polymer ageing, personal protective materials, rupture mechanisms of polymer material