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An Introduction to Green Nanotechnology, Vol 28. Interface Science and Technology

  • ID: 4593656
  • Book
  • February 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 356 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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An Introduction to Green Nanotechnology, Volume 28, provides students, scientists and chemical engineers with an overview of several types of nanostructures, discusses the synthesis and characterization of nanostructures, and provides applications of nanotechnology in daily life. The book offers a foundation to green nanotechnology by explaining why green nanotechnology is important. Covers biological sources in green nanotechnology, antioxidants, green nanostructures, mechanism, synthesis and characterization. The book ends with an evaluation of the risks of nanotechnology in human life and future perspectives.

  • Introduces novel sources of plants having a high potential to be used as bio media to synthesize nanostructures
  • Provides phytochemical properties and antioxidant potential, and their effects on stability, morphology and size of green nanostructures
  • Includes a medicinal and technological comparison of green synthesized nanostructures to nano-products from non-green methods
  • Uses accessible language, avoiding complex concepts of mathematics, biology and chemistry

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1. An introduction to nanotechnology 2. Types of nanostructures 3. Syntheses and Characterizations of nanostructures 4. Applications of nanotechnology in daily life 5. Green nanotechnology 6. Why green nanotechnology? 7. Biological sources in green nanotechnology 8. Antioxidants 9. Green nanostructures, mechanism, synthesis and characterization 10. Risk of nanotechnology in human life

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Nasrollahzadeh, Mahmoud
Professor Mahmoud Nasrollahzadeh received his BSc (2003) in applied Chemistry and MSc (2007) in organic chemistry. In 2012 he graduated his PhD in organic chemistry at the Bu-Ali Sina University, Iran and then he joined to chemistry department at the University of Qom as assistant professor. Up to now he published around 97 publications in high impact international journals. His current research interests mainly focus on the organometallic chemistry and design of new synthetic routes to the synthesis of novel organic molecules. During the last years his research shifted toward phytochemistry, green synthesis of metal and metal oxides nanocatalysts, photocatalysts and surface modification of colloidal inorganic nanostructures. He has been awarded many scientific Iranian and international prizes.
Sajadi, Mohammad S.
S. Mohammad Sajadi is professor of phytochemistry at Cihan university and Soran university. He studied pure and applied chemistry at Kurdistan University in 2005. In 2006 he continued his MSc in phytochemistry under the guidance of Prof. Robert Verpoorte from Leiden University. In 2009, he joined to Soran University as faculty member and then PhD researcher to continue his researches in the fields of phytochemistry and nanobiotechnology. In 2018 he joined to Cihan university as faculty member and senior researcher. Up to now Dr. Sajadi has achieved many national and international awards following a lot of numbers of his publications in high impact peer reviewed journals. He is also acting as Kurdistan National Research Conceal (KNRC) member. Up to now, he published three books in the field of nanotechnology which his most recent book entitled ?An introduction to green nanotechnology? was recently published by Elsevier.
Atarod, Monireh
Sajjadi, Mohaddeseh
Isaabadi, Zahra
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