Nanomaterials for the Removal of Pollutants and Resource Reutilization presents the fundamental principles necessary for the application of nanomaterials in environmental pollution control and resource reutilization, also describing specific novel applications of environmentally functional nanomaterials. In addition to outlining the applications of nanomaterials for pollution control, the book highlights problems and offers solutions. This comprehensive resource will inspire the next generation of nanomaterial designers, providing a state-of-the-art review and exploration of emerging developments.
- Written by some of the world's top researchers in smart nanomaterials for environmental applications
- Shows how to design novel functional nanomaterials for highly specific pollutant control and/or remediation uses
- Covers a variety of pollution types, including heavy metals, pesticides and other chemical pollutants
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1. Principles for the application of nanomaterials in environmental pollution control and resource reutilization 2. Semiconductor-Based Nanocomposites for Photodegradation of Organic Pollutants 3. Nanomaterial-based photocatalytic hydrogen production 4. Application of nanotechnology in the removal of heavy metal from water 5. Application of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology in the Reutilization of Metal Ion From Wastewater 6. Application of Nanotechnology in Pollution Control of NOx From Stationary Sources 7. Nanomaterials As Electrode Materials of Microbial Electrolysis Cells for Hydrogen Generation 8. Nanoelectrocatalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reduction 9. Assessment on Toxicity of Nanomaterials
Xubiao Luo received his BS and MS in Hunan Normal University; his PhD in 2006 from Hunan University. In 2011, he became a Professor in Nanchang Hangkong University. His current research interests include environmental biotechnology and bioremediation, nano-materials and environmental functional materials for deeply treating wastewater and recycling resources, photocatalysis, and environmental monitoring method.
Fang Deng received her PhD in Industrial Catalysis in 2011 from Nanchang University. In 2013, she became an Associate Professor at Nanchang Hangkong University. Her current research interests include nano-materials and environmental functional materials for deeply treating wastewater and recycling resources, photocatalysis, environmental monitoring method.