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Synthetic Engineering Materials and Nanotechnology

  • Book

  • October 2021
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5342435

Synthetic Engineering Materials and Nanotechnology covers the latest research and developments of synthetic processes, materials, applications and technologies. In addition, innovations in synthetic engineering materials techniques are analyzed. Each chapter addresses key concepts, properties and applications of important categories of synthetic materials, including metals alloys, polymers, composites, rubbers, oils and foams. Advances in nanomaterials produced by synthetic engineering methods are also considered, including ceramic, carbon, metal oxide, composite, and membrane-derived nanomaterials. The primary synthetic engineering materials techniques covered include thermo-mechanical, chemical, physiochemical, electrochemical, bottom-up, hybrid and biological methods.

This book is suitable for early career researchers in academia and R&D in areas such as materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering and chemical engineering.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction, Properties and Application of Synthetic Engineering Materials 2. Synthetic Polymers 3. Synthetic Alloys 4. Synthetic Rubber 5. Synthetic Foam 6. Synthetic BioSource 7. Synthetic Oil 8. Introduction, Properties and Application of Synthetic Nanomaterials 9. Ceramic nanomaterials 10. Carbon-based nanomaterials 11. Metal oxide nanomaterials 12 Composite nanomaterials 13. Membrane-derived Nanomaterials 14. Nanomaterials-Based Coatings


Ibrahim M. Alarifi Associate Professor and Vice Dean of Academic Affairs at Applied College, College of Engineering, Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Ibrahim Alarifi is currently working as an Associate Professor and Vice dean of academic affairs at Applied College, faculty member in the College of Engineering at Majmaah University in Saudi Arabia. His research interests include structural health monitoring, composite carbon fibers, energy systems, thermal analysis of materials, biomaterials, and recycling of materials and nanomaterials.