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1 online resource (474 p.) : ill. (some col.)
"Two-dimensional materials have had widespread applications in nanoelectronics, catalysis, gas capture, water purification, energy storage and conversion. Initially based around graphene, research has since moved on to looking at alternatives, including transitions metal dichalcogenides, layered topological insulators, metallic mono-chalcogenides, borocarbonitrides and phosphorene. This book provides a review of research in the field of these materials, including investigation into their defects, analysis on hybrid structures focusing on their properties and synthesis, and characterization and applications of 2D materials beyond graphene. It is designed to be a single-point reference for students, teachers and researchers of chemistry and its related subjects, particularly in the field of nanomaterials."--Publisher's website.
Software/Multimedia
1 online resource (202 p.) : col. ill., col. maps.
"An underpinning force in Singapore's remarkable 50-year transformation into a sophisticated world-class city, engineering has contributed significantly to the nation's economic, infrastructural and social developments. A joint publication by The Institution of Engineers, Singapore, and World Scientific Publishing, to celebrate Singapore's 50th birthday, 50 Years of Engineering in Singapore brings to life the extraordinary engineering feats across multiple disciplines and tells the stories of these exceptional engineers who, with their determinations and courage, turned the little red dot into a jewel of a city. A vibrant record of engineering excellence, the publication traces the goliath challenges impeding the nation's growth over the past five decades, and the engineering innovations that brought about wealth creation, higher standards of living, and enhanced liveability. This compendium covers land transportation (ERP system, MRT and LRT, roads and buses system); water management and engineering; energy (supply and maintenance); manufacturing in the areas of electronics, precision engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical/bio-medical engineering; housing/cities/infrastructure and land use (reclamation and underground); air and sea hub; and telecommunications, ICT and software."-- Provided by publisher.
Book
1 online resource.
  • 1. Definition and generality on acoustic emission. 2. Acoustic emission and identification of damage mechanisms. 3. Acoustic energy and time to failure prediction. 4. Examples of damage identification and lifetime prediction of composites.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119510512 20180618
  • Introduction ix Chapter 1. Acoustic Emission: Definition and Overview 1 1.1. Overview 1 1.2. Acoustic waves 8 1.2.1. Infinite medium: volume waves 8 1.2.2. Semi-infinite medium: surface waves 9 1.2.3. Guided waves 9 1.2.4. Anisotropic medium and wave attenuation 10 1.3. The sensors and acquisition system 12 1.4. Location of sources 16 1.5. The extracted descriptors from the AE signal 21 1.5.1. Time domain descriptors 22 1.5.2. Frequency domain descriptors 26 1.5.3. Time frequency analysis 30 1.6. The different analyses of AE data 32 1.6.1. Conventional analysis: qualitative analysis 32 1.6.2. Multivariable statistical analysis: application of pattern recognition techniques 42 1.7. Added value of quantitative acoustic emission 55 Chapter 2. Identification of the Acoustic Signature of Damage Mechanisms 59 2.1. Selection of signals for analysis 59 2.2. Acoustic signature of fiber rupture: model materials 63 2.2.1. Characterization of the fiber at the scale of the bundle 64 2.2.2. At the microcomposite scale 69 2.2.3. At the minicomposite scale 72 2.3. Discrimination using temporal descriptors of damage mechanisms in composites: single-descriptor analysis 75 2.4. Identification of the acoustic signature of composite damage mechanisms from a frequency descriptor 79 2.5. Identification of the acoustic signature of composite damage mechanisms using a time/frequency analysis 81 2.6. Modal acoustic emission 82 2.7. Unsupervised multivariable statistical analysis 84 2.7.1. Damage identification for organic matrix composites 85 2.7.2. Static fatigue damage sequence identification for a ceramic matrix composite 89 2.7.3. Identification of the cyclic fatigue damage sequence for a ceramic matrix composite 92 2.7.4. Validation of cluster labeling 96 2.8. Supervised multivariable statistical analysis 100 2.8.1. Library created from data based on model materials 100 2.8.2. Library created from structured data by unsupervised classification 103 2.9. The limits of multivariable statistical analysis based on pattern recognition techniques 104 2.9.1. Performance of algorithms 105 2.9.2. Influence of the acquisition conditions and the geometry of the samples 113 2.10. Contribution of modeling: towards quantitative acoustic emission 120 Chapter 3. Lifetime Estimation 123 3.1. Prognostic models: physical or data-oriented models 125 3.2. Generalities on power laws: link with seismology 128 3.3. Acoustic energy 133 3.3.1. Definition of acoustic energy 133 3.3.2. Taking into account coupling and definition of equivalent energy 134 3.4. Identification of critical times or characteristic times in long-term tests: towards lifetime prediction 136 3.4.1. The RAE emission coefficient 137 3.4.2. Optimal circle contribution: highlighting the critical region 139 3.4.3. The attenuation coefficient B 140 3.4.4. The RLU coefficient for cyclic fatigue tests 142 3.4.5. The coupling between acoustic energy and mechanical energy: the Sentry function 144 3.5. Simulation of the release of energy using a power law: prediction of the rupture time 146 Conclusion 151 Bibliography 153 Index 181.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786300195 20180618
In this book, two kinds of analysis based on acoustic emission recorded during mechanical tests are investigated. In the first, individual, analysis, acoustic signature of each damage mechanism is characterized. So with a clustering method, AE signals that have similar shapes or similar features can be group together into a cluster. Afterwards, each cluster can be linked with a main damage. The second analysis is based on a global AE analysis, on the investigation of liberated energy, with a view to identify a critical point. So beyond this characteristic point, the criticality can be modeled with a power-law in order to evaluate time to failure.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786300195 20180618
Book
1 online resource (various pagings) : illustrations (chiefly color).
  • 1. Optical information security systems based on a gyrator wavelet transform
  • 1.1. Introduction
  • 1.2. Theory
  • 1.3. Applications of a gyrator wavelet transform
  • 1.4. Conclusion
  • 2. Optical one-way hash function
  • part A. Introduction to the one-way hash function
  • A.1. One-way hash function--acquire the 'fingerprint' of a message
  • A.2. Message authentication code--a message coming from the right sender
  • part B. Construction of the optical one-way hash function
  • B.1. Optical OWHF based on phase-truncated Fourier transform
  • B.2. Optical OWHF based on two-beam interference
  • 3. Cooperative MIMO and multi-hop relaying techniques for free-space optical communications : a survey
  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Spatial diversity
  • 3.3. Multi-hop relaying systems
  • 3.4. Cooperative relaying systems
  • 3.5. Summary
  • 4. Coded aperture correlation holography system for recording secured digital holograms of incoherently illuminated 3D scenes
  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Coded aperture correlation holography for 3D encryption
  • 4.3. Noise reduction techniques for COACH
  • 4.4. Spectral encryption in COACH
  • 4.5. Referenceless 3D encryption in COACH
  • 4.6. Single shot 3D encryption using I-COACH
  • 4.7. Lensless and interferenceless COACH for 3D encryption
  • 4.8. Conclusion
  • 5. Equal modulus decomposition based asymmetric optical cryptosystems
  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Overview of a phase-truncated Fourier transform based cryptosystem
  • 5.3. Equal modulus decomposition
  • 5.4. Cryptanalysis
  • 5.5. Modifications in EMD-based optical cryptosystems
  • 5.6. Conclusion
  • 6. Information security using fractional transforms
  • 6.1. Optical fractional transforms
  • 6.2. The discrete algorithm of fractional transforms
  • 6.3. Discrete random fractional transform
  • 6.4. Single gray-level image encryption
  • 6.5. Double image encryption
  • 6.6. Color image encryption
  • 6.7. Multi-image encryption
  • 6.8. Optical image hiding scheme and asymmetric encryption scheme
  • 6.9. Hyperspectral image encryption
  • 6.10. Other information techniques
  • 7. Privacy protection by multimodal biometric encryption
  • 7.1. Why is encryption of information important?
  • 7.2. Motivation for biometrics and privacy protection
  • 7.3. The proposed cryptosystem
  • 7.4. Simulation results
  • 7.5. Conclusion
  • 8. Nonlinear techniques for secure optical encryption and multifactor authentication
  • 8.1. Introduction : optical implementations of double-random phase encoding (DRPE)
  • 8.2. Nonlinear techniques for image retrieval (decryption) based on the JTC
  • 8.3. Nonlinear techniques for information authentication and compression
  • 9. Enhanced single random phase holographic encryption of optical images
  • 9.1. Introduction
  • 9.2. The proposed enhanced single random phase encryption (ESRPE) method
  • 9.3. Experimental results
  • 9.4. Conclusion
  • 10. Single-pixel optical information encoding and authentication
  • 10.1. Introduction
  • 10.2. Single-pixel optical encoding
  • 10.3. Single-pixel optical authentication
  • 10.4. Discussion
  • 10.5. Conclusions
  • 11. Compressive optical image security
  • 11.1. Compressive sensing
  • 11.2. Compressive optical image security
  • 11.3. Compressive optical image encryption
  • 11.4. Compressive optical image hiding
  • 11.5. Compressive optical image encryption and hiding
  • 11.6. Prospects in compressive image security
  • 12. Simultaneous encryption and arithmetic coding for performing image compression
  • 12.1. Introduction
  • 12.2. Prior work of video encryption methods
  • 12.3. Simultaneous encryption and video compression
  • 12.4. Joint compression and encryption (JCE)
  • 12.5. Compression and double encryption (CDE)
  • 12.6. Simulation results
  • 12.7. Security analysis
  • 12.8. Conclusion
  • 13. A comparative study of CFs, LBP, HOG, SIFT, SURF, and BRIEF for security and face recognition
  • 13.1. Introduction
  • 13.2. Related work
  • 13.3. Methods implementation
  • 13.4. Results analysis
  • 13.5. Conclusion and future work.
New image processing tools and data-processing network systems have considerably increased the volume of transmitted information such as 2D and 3D images with high resolution. Thus, more complex networks and long processing times become necessary, and high image quality and transmission speeds are requested for an increasing number of applications. To satisfy these two requests, several either numerical or optical solutions were offered separately. This book explores both alternatives and describes research works that are converging towards optical/numerical hybrid solutions for high volume signal and image processing and transmission. Without being limited to hybrid approaches, the latter are particularly investigated in this book in the purpose of combining the advantages of both techniques. Additionally, pure numerical or optical solutions are also considered since they emphasize the advantages of one of the two approaches separately.
Book
1 online resource : illustrations.
Advances in Ceramic Matrix Composites, Second Edition, delivers an innovative approach to ceramic matrix composites, focusing on the latest advances and materials developments. As advanced ceramics and composite materials are increasingly utilized as components in batteries, fuel cells, sensors, high-temperature electronics, membranes and high-end biomedical devices, and in seals, valves, implants, and high-temperature and wear components, this book explores the substantial progress in new applications. Users will gain knowledge of the latest advances in CMCs, with an update on the role of ceramics in the fabrication of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for energy generation, and on natural fiber-reinforced eco-friendly geopolymer and cement composites. The specialized information contained in this book will be highly valuable to researchers and graduate students in ceramic science, engineering and ceramic composites technology, and engineers and scientists in the aerospace, energy, building and construction, biomedical and automotive industries.
Book
1 online resource.
  • 1 Collection of contributions on micropolar, micromorphic and strain gradient media.- 2 The attention is paid to the wave propagation, stability problems, homogenization.- 3 The relations between discrete and continuous models and some others.- 4 The area of analytical description of generalized continua.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319736938 20180430
This book is an homage to the pioneering works of E. Aero and G. Maugin in the area of analytical description of generalized continua. It presents a collection of contributions on micropolar, micromorphic and strain gradient media, media with internal variables, metamaterials, beam lattices, liquid crystals, and others. The main focus is on wave propagation, stability problems, homogenization, and relations between discrete and continuous models.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319736938 20180430
Book
262 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • The refugee
  • The candlestick maker
  • The reverend and the submarine
  • Amazing grace
  • The genius at the royal mint
  • The lady with the lamp
  • The yankee clipper.
Green Library
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x, 613 pages ; 27 cm
For sophomore-level courses in Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, and related fields. A unifying, interdisciplinary approach to the fundamentals of bioengineering Now in its 2nd Edition, Bioengineering Fundamentals combines engineering principles with technical rigor and a problem-solving focus, ultimately taking a unifying, interdisciplinary approach to the conservation laws that form the foundation of bioengineering: mass, energy, charge, and momentum. The text emphasizes fundamental concepts, practical skill development, and problem-solving strategies while incorporating a wide array of examples and case studies. This 2nd Edition has been updated and expanded with new and clarified content, plus new homework and example problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134637433 20170703
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
1 online resource. Digital: text file; PDF.
  • Understanding the Living State .- Self-Organizing of Molecular Machines.- The Mystery of Cellular Motors: Water and Hydrogels.- Molecular Motors in Biotechnology.- Leukocyte Guidance by Molecular Signals.- Medical Aspects of Cellular Mobility.-Structural Biology.- Computational Biophysics, Modeling.- Cell survival in hostile environments.- 3D Cell Culture & Bioreactors.- Cell-Based Hybrid Organs, Sensors, Interfaces, and Surface Interactions.- Cell-Cell Interactions.- Blood, Stem Cell, and Tissue Engineering .- Cell Mechanics and Mechanical Stress Response.- Cell Manipulation, Gene and Drug Delivery, Pharmacology.- hIPS Cell Applications in Toxicology and Pharmacology.- Neutrons at Work.- Ontogenesis Engineering.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811079030 20180611
This book presents and discusses recent scientific progress on Cell and Stem Cell Engineering. It predominantly focuses on Biological, Physical and Technical Basics, and features new trends of research reaching far into the 21st century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811079030 20180611
Book
1 online resource.
  • Validation and Design Use of Analytic Lower Bounds for the Unstable Postbuckling of Shells (James G A Croll)-- Investigation on the Plastic Buckling Paradox for Metal Cylinders (R Shamass, G Alfano, F Guarracino)-- Using Design Freedom to Improve Stiffened Panel Buckling and Postbuckling Behavior (Adrian Murphy, Damian Quinn)-- The Use of Composites in Underwater Pressure Hull Components (J Blachut)-- Finite Element Integrated Fast Buckling Analysis Tools using a Perturbation Approach (Eelco Jansen)-- Buckling and Postbuckling Analysis of Composite Stiffened Panels Using a Semi-Analytical Approach (Riccardo Vescovini, Chiara Bisagni)-- Robust Multi-Level Design Optimisation of Composite (Panels O Bacarreza)-- Optimisation of Postbuckling Stiffened Composite Aerostructures (Andrea Faggiani, Brian G Falzon)--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786344328 20180625
This book provides an in-depth treatment of the study of the stability of engineering structures. Contributions from internationally recognized leaders in the field ensure a wide coverage of engineering disciplines in which structural stability is of importance, in particular the experimental, analytical and numerical modelling of structural stability applied to aeronautical, civil and marine structures. This second volume in buckling and postbuckling structures builds on the first, and reports on the development of fast semi-analytical methods for the rapid characterization of postbuckling structures; optimization approaches for the design of stiffened composite panels, and a discourse on imperfection sensitivity. This book will be a particularly useful reference to professional engineers, graduate students and researchers interested in structural stability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786344328 20180625
Book
1 online resource (588 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; About the Editor; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1
  • CNT Basics and Characteristics; 1.1
  • Introduction to Carbon; 1.2
  • History; 1.3
  • Structure; 1.4
  • Physical Properties of CNTs; 1.4.1
  • Electronic Properties; 1.4.2
  • Mechanical Properties; 1.4.3
  • Thermal Properties; 1.5
  • Characterization of CNTs; 1.5.1
  • Electron Microscopy; 1.5.2
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy; 1.5.2.1
  • Atomic Force Microscopy; 1.5.2.2
  • Scanning Tunneling Microscopy; 1.5.3
  • Raman Spectroscopy; 1.6
  • Conclusions; References
  • 2
  • Engineering Applications of Carbon Nanotubes2.1
  • Introduction; 2.2
  • Structural Reinforcement; 2.3
  • Coatings and Films Applications of CNTs; 2.4
  • CNTs in Electromagnetics; 2.5
  • Biotechnological and Biomedical Applications of CNTs; 2.6
  • Sensors and Actuators Applications of CNTs; 2.7
  • Acoustic and Electroacoustic Applications of CNTs; 2.8
  • Other Applications of CNTs; 2.8.1
  • Hydrogen Storage; 2.8.2
  • Water Treatment; 2.8.3
  • Textiles; 2.8.4
  • Catalysts; 2.8.5
  • Photovoltaics; 2.9
  • Conclusions; References; Further Reading; 3
  • Carbon Nanotubes Processing; 3.1
  • Introduction
  • 3.2
  • Arc Discharge3.3
  • Laser Ablation; 3.4
  • Thermal CVD; 3.5
  • Plasma-Enhanced CVD; 3.6
  • Catalyst Preparation; 3.7
  • Purification; 3.8
  • Conclusions; References; Further Reading; 4
  • Fabrication of Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Nanocomposites; 4.1
  • Introduction; 4.2
  • Fabrication of CNT/Polymer Nanocomposites; 4.2.1
  • Traditional Approaches; 4.2.1.1
  • Solution Mixing Technique; 4.2.1.2
  • Melt Blending Technique; 4.2.1.3
  • In Situ Polymerization Technique; 4.2.2
  • New Approaches; 4.2.2.1
  • Layer-by-Layer Route; 4.2.2.2
  • Bucky Paper-Based Approach
  • 4.3
  • Dispersion and Alignment of CNTs in Polymer Matrices for Processing of Polymer Nanocomposites4.4
  • Chemical Modifications of CNTs for Processing of Polymer Nanocomposites; 4.4.1
  • Covalent Functionalization; 4.4.2
  • Noncovalent Functionalization; 4.5
  • Conclusions and Future Scope; References; 5
  • Improving Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Interactions in Nanocomposites; 5.1
  • Introduction; 5.2
  • Carbon Nanotube Functionalization Methods; 5.2.1
  • Oxidation; 5.2.2
  • Silanization; 5.2.3
  • Fluorination; 5.2.4
  • Amination; 5.2.5
  • Other Chemical Modifications
  • 5.3
  • Carbon Nanotube Functionalization for Improved Properties of Polymer Composites5.3.1
  • Thermosettings; 5.3.2
  • Thermoplastics; 5.3.3
  • Elastomers; Acknowledgments; References; 6
  • Deposition of Carbon Nanotubes on Fibers; 6.1
  • Introduction; 6.2
  • Methods of Deposition and Growth of Carbon Nanotubes on Engineering Fibers; 6.2.1
  • Dipping Deposition; 6.2.2
  • Electrophoretic Deposition; 6.2.3
  • In Situ Growth; 6.2.4
  • Other Deposition Methods; 6.3
  • Carbon Nanotube-Modified Fibers for Multiscale Polymer Composites; 6.3.1
  • CNT-Modified Glass Fibers; 6.3.2
  • CNT-Modified Carbon Fibers
  • 6.3.3
  • CNT-Modified Aramid Fibers
Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Polymers: From Nanoscale to Macroscale addresses the advances in nanotechnology that have led to the development of a new class of composite materials known as CNT-reinforced polymers. The low density and high aspect ratio, together with their exceptional mechanical, electrical and thermal properties, render carbon nanotubes as a good reinforcing agent for composites. In addition, these simulation and modeling techniques play a significant role in characterizing their properties and understanding their mechanical behavior, and are thus discussed and demonstrated in this comprehensive book that presents the state-of-the-art research in the field of modeling, characterization and processing. The book separates the theoretical studies on the mechanical properties of CNTs and their composites into atomistic modeling and continuum mechanics-based approaches, including both analytical and numerical ones, along with multi-scale modeling techniques. Different efforts have been done in this field to address the mechanical behavior of isolated CNTs and their composites by numerous researchers, signaling that this area of study is ongoing.
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1 online resource
  • Front Cover; Carbon-Based Polymer Nanocomposites for Environmental and Energy Applications; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; I. Fabrication and Characterizations of Carbon-Based Polymer Nanocomposite; 1 The Fabrication of Carbon-Based Polymer Nanocomposite; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Particle Processing; 1.2.1 Covalent Functionalization; 1.2.1.1 Functionalization by Oxidation; 1.2.1.1.1 Wet Oxidation; 1.2.1.1.2 Dry Oxidation; 1.2.1.2 Functionalization With Reactive Organic Compounds; 1.2.1.3 In situ Polymerization; 1.2.2 Noncovalent Functionalization; 1.3 Polymer Processing
  • 1.3.1 Solvent Processing1.3.1.1 Flat Sheet Casting and Molding; 1.3.1.2 Hollow Fiber Spinning; 1.3.1.3 Nanofiber Electrospinning; 1.3.2 Melt Processing; 1.3.2.1 Hollow-Fiber Melt Spinning; 1.3.2.2 Fiber Melt Spinning; 1.3.3 Layer-by-Layer Assembly; 1.4 Conclusion and Future Trends; Acknowledgment; References; 2 Surface Modification of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Polymer Nanocomposites; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Surface Modification of Carbon Nanomaterials for Polymer Nanocomposites; 2.2.1 Surface Modification Via Noncovalent Functionalization
  • 2.2.1.1 Surface Modification of Graphene Via Noncovalent Functionalization2.2.1.2 Surface Modification of Carbon Nanotubes via Noncovalent Functionalization; 2.2.2 Surface Modification Via Covalent Functionalization; 2.2.2.1 Functionalization of CNTs and Graphene Using Click Chemistry; 2.2.2.1.1 Functionalization of CNTs Using Click Chemistry; 2.2.2.1.2 Functionalization of Graphene Using Click Chemistry; 2.2.2.2 Functionalization of CNT and Graphene Using Block Copolymers; 2.2.2.2.1 Functionalization of CNTs Using Block Copolymers
  • 2.2.2.2.2 Functionalization of Graphene Using Block Copolymers2.2.2.3 Functionalization of CNTs and Graphene Using Dendritic Polymers; 2.2.2.3.1 Functionalization of CNTs Using Dendritic Polymers; 2.2.2.3.2 Functionalization of Graphene Using Dendritic Polymers; 2.3 Conclusion; References; 3 Characterizations of Carbon-Based Polypropylene Nanocomposites; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Polypropylene/Graphene Nanoplatelet Nanocomposites; 3.3 Polypropylene/Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites; 3.4 Conclusion and Future Prospects; Acknowledgments; References
  • 4 Indentation Methods for the Characterization of Carbon-Based Polymer Nanocomposites4.1 Introduction: Basic Concepts and Approaches in Indentation Research; 4.2 Basic Approaches, Dependencies, and Characteristics in Classical, Conventional Indentation Measurements; 4.3 Microindentation Methods Developed by Our Working Group as an Interlink Between Conventional Indentation Tests and DSI ...; 4.3.1 Determination of the Indentation Depth (h) in Loaded State of the Indenter Using a Standard Vickers Microhardness Device; 4.3.2 Penetration Curves; 4.3.3 Imprint Relaxation
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  • 1. Characterization of carbon nanomaterials by Raman spectroscopy" 2. Characterization of Nanomaterials using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 3. Electrochemical characterization of Nanomaterials 4. Mammalian Cell-based Assays for Studying Bio-nano Interactions 5. Rheological characterization of Nanocomposites 6. Mechanical property analysis of Nanomaterials 7. Thermoanalytical characterization of Nanomaterials 8. Quantum Dots Filled Epoxy Nanocomposites with Enhanced Thermal, Mechanical and Optical Properties 9. Raman spectroscopy of nanomaterials: applications to heterogeneous catalysis 10. Optical characterization of Nanomaterials 11. Nonlinear optical properties of nanomaterials 12. Morphological characterization of Nanomaterials.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081019733 20180717
Characterization of Nanomaterials: Advances and Key Technologies discusses the latest advancements in the synthesis of various types of nanomaterials. The book's main objective is to provide a comprehensive review regarding the latest advances in synthesis protocols that includes up-to-date data records on the synthesis of all kinds of inorganic nanostructures using various physical and chemical methods. The synthesis of all important nanomaterials, such as carbon nanostructures, Core-shell Quantum dots, Metal and metal oxide nanostructures, Nanoferrites, polymer nanostructures, nanofibers, and smart nanomaterials are discussed, making this a one-stop reference resource on research accomplishments in this area. Leading researchers from industry, academia, government and private research institutions across the globe have contributed to the book. Academics, researchers, scientists, engineers and students working in the field of polymer nanocomposites will benefit from its solutions for material problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081019733 20180717