The text features experimental investigations which use a variety of modern methods and theoretical modeling of surface structures and physicochemical processes which occur at solid surfaces.
Nanomaterials and Supramolecular Structures: Physics, Chemistry, and Applications is intended for specialists experienced in the fields of Nanochemistry, Nanophysics, Surface Chemistry (and Physics), synthesis of new nanostructural functional materials and their practical applications. It will also prove useful to students, post-graduates, researchers, and lecturers.
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Table of ContentsPreface 1. Modelling of Physico-chemical Processes with Participating Surface 1.1 Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with surface excitation of small particles’ assemblies closely situated to the solid state surface (L.G. Grechko, E.Yu. Grishchuk, A.P. Shpak) 1.2 Interaction potential between two closely spaced dielectric surfaces (L.G. Il’chenko, V.V. Il’chenko, V.V.Lobanov) 1.3 Mechanical motion in nonequilibrium nanosystems (V.M. Rozenbaum) 1.4 Laser desorption/ionization mass-spectrometry of ionic dyes on the surface of chemically modified porous silicon (I.V. Shmygol, S.A. Alekseev, O.Yu. Lavrinenko, V.N. Zaitsev, V.A. Pokrovsky) 2. Interaction of Nanomaterials with Components of Biological Environments 2.1 Effectiveness of usage of complex drugs on the base of nanodispersed silicon dioxide in medical practice (A.A. Chuiko, P.P. Gorbik, A.A. Pentyuk, A.V. Il’chenko, E.I. Shtat’ko, N.B. Lutsyuk, A.A. Vil’tsanyuk, Ya.P. Verbilovskiy, O.I. Kutel’makh) 2.2 Chemical construction of magnetosensitive medico-biological nanocomposites with functions of nanorobots (P.P. Gorbik, I.V. Dubrovin, A.L. Petranovska, N.V. Abramov, D.G. Usov, L.P. Storozhuk, S.P. Turanska, M.P. Ivakhnenko, V.F. Chekhun, N.Yu. Lukyanova, A.P. Shpak, O.M. Korduban) 2.3 Self-organization of water-organic systems in bone tissue and products of their chemical degradation (V.V. Turov, V.M. Gun’ko, O.V. Nechypor, A.P. Golovan, V.A. Kaspersky, A.V. Turov, R. Leboda, M. Jablonski, P.P. Gorbik) 2.4 Regularities in the behaviour of nano-oxides in different media affected by surface structure and morphology of particles (V.M. Gun’ko, V.I.Zarko, V.V. Turov, E.V. Goncharuk,Y.M. Nychiporuk, A.A. Turova, P.P. Gorbik, R. Leboda, J. Skubiszewska-Zieba, P. Pissis, J.P. Blitz) 3. Geometrical, Chemical, and Adsorptive Modification of Nanomaterials 3.1 Chemical design of carbon coating on fumed Al2O3 nanoparticles (L.F. Sharanda, A.I. Senkevich, Yu.V. Plyuto, A.P. Shpak, I.V. Babich, Yu.V. Plyuto)
3.2 Design of SiO2- and TiO2- based films modified with Ag and Au nanoparticles with controlled optical and photocatalytic properties (N.P. Smirnova, A.M. Eremenko, G.V. Krylova, Yu.I. Gnatyuk, N.V. Vityuk, H.R.Yashan, E.V. Manuilov, A.M. Korduban, P.P. Gorbik, A.P. Shpak) 3.3 Nanoporous silica matrices and their application in synthesis of nanostructures (V.A. Tertykh, V.V. Yanishpolskii, K.V. Katok, I.S. Berezovska) 3.4 Synthesis and properties of magnetosensitive nanocomposites on the basis of pyrogenic silica (V.M. Bogatyrov, M.V. Borysenko, I.V. Dubrovin, M.V. Abramov, M.V. Galaburda, P.P. Gorbik) 3.5 Adsorption modification of nanosilica with non-volatile organic compounds in the fluidized state (E.F. Voronin, L.V. Nosach, N.V. Guzenko, E.M. Pakhlov, O.L. Gabchak) 3.6 Synthesis of functionalized mesoporous silicas, structure of their surface layer and sorption properties (Yu.L. Zub) 3.7 The influence of silica’s surface modification on fiber-forming process in polypropylene – copolyamide mixtures (M.V. Tsebrenko, O.O. Sapyanenko, L.S. Dzubenko, P.P. Gorbik, N.M. Rezanova, I.O. Tsebrenko) 3.8 Synthesis of hollow spherical oxide nanomaterials and studies of their properties (P.P. Gorbik, I.V. Dubrovin, Ju.A. Demchenko) 3.9 Synthesis of silicon and zinc oxide nanowhiskers