Physics and Chemistry of Nano-Structured Materials

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Overview

The development of nanostructured materials represents a new and fast evolving application of recent research in physics and chemistry. Novel experimental tools coupled with new theory have made this possible. Topics covered in this book include nanocrystals, semiconductor heterostructures, nanotubes, nanowires, and manipulation and fabrication techniques. The core of the book consists of ten lectures by five distinguished researchers, Paul Alivisatos, D.D. Awschalom, Sumio Iijima, Charles Lieber and Phaedon Avouris, presented at an Advanced Study Institute in Hong Kong in January 1999. It should interest materials physicists and chemists as well as materials scientists with an interest in the growth and characterisation of sophisticated materials.

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From an Advanced Study Institute, apparently held during 1998 in Hong Kong, 32 invited, oral, and poster papers discuss preparing and characterizing nanostructured materials as well as the relevant physics and chemistry. Among their specific topics are synthesizing nanowires from laser ablation, producing very long aligned carbon nanotubes, tribological properties of self-assembled monolayers, and preparing narrowly distributed novel stable and soluble polyacetylene nanoparticles. The location encouraged the reporting of much Asian science that be less known in the wide world than that from the west. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780748408733
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
SECTION 1: METAL AND SEMICONDUCTOR NANOSTRUCTURES
Semiconductor Nanocrystal Colloids
Injection and Transport of Spin Coherence in Semiconductors
Synthesis of Nanowires from Laser Ablation
Level Spacing in Small Clusters
A Phenomenological Model of Percolating Magnetic Nanostructures
Structure of nc-Si:H Films
Nano-Oxidation Kinetics of Titanium Nitride Films
Origin of Enhanced Photoluminescence in Si-Covered POPS
Spin Split Cyclotron Resonance in GaAs Quantum Wells
The Effect of Intermixing on Tensile-Strained Barriers GaAs/GaAsP Quantum Well Structure

SECTION 2: CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES
Carbon Nanotubes: Interactions, Manipulation Electrical Properties, and Devices
Mono-Sized Carbon Nanotubes in AFI Crystal
Preparation and Properties of Processible Polyacetylene-Wrapped Carbon Nanotubes
Electronic Structure of the Endohedral Metallofullerence Lu@C82
Localized-Density-Matrix Methods, and its Application to Carbon Nanotubes
CuC60 Interaction and Nano-composite Structures

SECTION 3: FUNCTIONAL NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS
Microstructures Particles for Electomagnetorheological (EMR) Application
Energy Barrier in the Quantum Nanomagnet: Mn12
The Percolation Model - the Tribological Mechanism of Nanoparticle Filled Polymer Composites
Tribological Properties of Self-Assembled Monolayers
Nanosized Rare Earth Activated Phosphors
Properties of Co/Al2O3/Co Tunnel Junction with Co Nanoparticles Embedded in AL2O3
Investigations of GaN Blue Laser Semiconductor

SECTION 4: NANOCOMPOSITES
Layer-by-Layer Assembly: A Way for Multicomposite Ultrathin Films
Sol-Gel Preparation and luminescence Properties of Nano-structured Hybrid Materials Incorporated with Europium Complexes
Preparation of Narrowly Distributed Novel Stable and Soluble Polyacetylene Nanoparticles
Liquid Crystalline Behaviour of Polystyrene/Clay Nanocomposite
Luminscent Properties of Nano-structured Monolith Containing Rare Earth Complexes
Alternating LB Film of Ferric Oxide Nanoparticles-Copper Phthalocyanine Derivative and Its Gas Sensitivity
Photoconductive TiOPc Nanoparticles Embedded in Polymer Prepared from LPDR
Dielectric Properties of Au/SiO2 Nanostructured Composite Material
Author Index
Subject Index

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