Smart Nanocontainers explores the fundamental concepts and emerging applications of nanocontainers in biomedicine, pharmaceuticals and smart materials. In pharmaceuticals, nanocontainers have advantages over their micro-counterparts, including more efficient drug detoxification, higher intracellular uptake, better stability, less side effects and higher biocompatibility with tissue and cells. In materials science, such as coating technology, they help by making coatings smarter, stronger and more durable. This important reference will help anyone who wants to learn more on how nanocontainers are used to provide the controlled release of active agents, including their applications in smart coatings, corrosion, drug delivery, diagnosis, agri-food and gas storage.
- Discusses how the molecular design of nanocarriers can be optimized to increase performance
- Explores how nanocarriers are being used to produce a new generation of active coatings
- Explains how nanocarriers are being used to deliver more effective nanoscale drug delivery
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Part 1: Fundamentals 1. Nanocontainers: an introduction 2. Advanced spectroscopic techniques for study of nanocontainers 3. Synthetic Methodologies For Nanocontainers 4. Nanoscale Characterisation Of Nanocarriers 5. Mechanism Of Loading And Release In Nanocontainers 6. Molecular Dynamicsimulation And Dft Calculations On The Application Of Nanocontainers In Water Purification, Gas Separation And Dna Translocation
Part 2: Application in Food Products 7. Nanocontainers for food safety 8. Nanocontainers for the encapsulation and delivery of antioxidants/nutrients to food 9. Nanocontainers in food preservation: techniques and uses
Part 3: Application For Drug Delivery 10. Smart nanocontainers for drug delivery 11. Smart Nanogels in Cancer Therapy 12. Metal-based nanocontainers for drug delivery in tumor therapy 13. Enzyme Responsive Nanocontainer for Small Molecule Delivery 14. Magnetic nanoparticles based nanocontainers for biomedical applications 15. Smart Nanocarriers In Glucose Transporters-Targeted Delivery Of Anti-Cancer Drugs 2 16. Polymer Based Nanocontainers For Drug Delivery 17. Starch-Based Nanocapsules As Drug Carriers For Topical Drug Delivery 18. Smart Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Coatings For Drug Delivery 19. Nanocarriers for effective drug delivery 20. Biomimicry as a design tool for nanocontainers: The 'shape of things to come' in drug delivery 21. Application Of Lipid Nanocarriers
Part 4: Application For Smart Coating And Anticorrosion 22. Emerging Trends in Smart Nanocontainers for Corrosion Applications 23. Smart Nanocontainers for Anticorrosion Applications 24. Smart Anticorrosion Coatings Based on Nanocontainers 25. Inhibitor-loaded Silica Nanoparticles for Self-healing Metal Coating
Part 5: Application For Gas Storage And Environment 26. Nanosilvers loaded oxide nanoparticles for antibacterial application 27. Nanocontainer for Environmental applications 28. Nanomaterials based adsorbents for wastewater treatment 29. Magnetic nanoparticles based nanocontainers for water treatment 30. Gases in Nanocontainers 31. Liquid-Liquid Interface As Scaffold For Self-Assembly Of Nanostructures Into Functional Materials
Dr. Phuong Nguyen-Tri is a Professor in the Département de Chimie, Biochimie et Physique at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. He is the founder of the Laboratory of Advanced Materials for Energy and Environment at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. He holds an M.Sc. degree from École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Mulhouse, France and a Ph.D. degree in Material Sciences from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers in Paris, France in 2009. He worked for two years (2009-2011) as a non-tenure track Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial Polymers (now Laboratoire Procédés et Ingénierie en Mécanique et Matériaux, Paris) at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers in Paris. During 2011-2015, he worked in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the École de Technologie Supérieure ÉTS, Montréal, Canada as a researcher for the Research Chair in Protective Materials and Equipment for Occupational Health and Safety. From 2015 to 2019, Dr. Nguyen-Tri worked as a Research Officer in the Department of Chemistry at the Université de Montréal, Canada before accepting a professorship position at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. His main research interests are in nanomaterials, hybrid nanoparticles, smart coatings, polymer crystallization, polymer blends and composites. Dr. Nguyen-Tri has edited 11 books (including 8 books by Elsevier). He has served as an Editor of many special issues in the ISI indexed journals. Dr. Nguyen-Tri is an Editorial Board Member for journals including RSEM, PLoS One (PNAS) and SN Applied Science (Springer).
Dr. Trong-On Do is a full professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Laval University, Canada. He received his MSc degree in 1986 and PhD in 1989 from the University of P. and M. Curie (Paris 6, France). After a period at Brunel University (UK) and the French Catalysis Institute (France), he moved to Laval University in 1990. He then spent two years (1997-1999) in the group of Profs. Hashimoto and Fujishima at Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology under the Japanese STA Fellowship Award before rejoining Laval University as a Professor associated with the NSERC Industrial Chair. He is the author of around 150 publications, 5 patents, ~75 book chapters/review papers. Prof. Do is the recipient of the 2014 Canadian Catalysis Lectureship Award. His research focuses on the design and synthesis of innovative and smart materials and their applications in heterogeneous photocatalysis and renewable energy.
Nguyen, Tuan Anh
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.