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Nanolayer Research: Methodology and Technology for Green Chemistry introduces the topic of nanolayer research and current methodology, from the basics, to specific applications for green science. Each chapter is written by a specialist in their specific research area, offering a deep coverage of the topic.
Nanofilms are explained, along with their rapidly emerging applications in electronic devices for smart grids, units for cells, electrodes for batteries, and sensing systems for environmental purposes in applicable subjects.
Readers will find this book useful not only as a textbook for basic knowledge, but also as a reference for practical research.
- Outlines basic principles of nanolayers
- Includes methodology and technology of nanolayers
- Contains numerous nanolayers applications
Colloid and surface chemists, chemists and chemical engineers in academia, government and industrial research labs. The book could also be used as an advanced text for graduate specific courses in colloid/nanotechnology areas
Chapter 1. principle of nanolayer (Nanolayers at different interface are explained.)
Chapter 2. dynamic properties of nanolayers by surface tension (Dynamic surface tension at air-water and liquid-liquid interface is explained.)
Chapter 3. electrical double layer at nanolayer interface (Interfacial electrical phenomena is explained.)
Chapter 4. nanolayer properties by surface force measurement (Various surface forces arising on nanolayer surface is explained.)
Chapter 5. nanolayer observations by scanning probe microscope (Morphologies of nanolayers observed by scanning tunnel and atomic force microscopes are explained.)
Chapter 6. nanolayer properties by surface enhanced spectroscopy (observation of nanolayers by surface enhanced Raman and infrared absorption spectroscopies is explained.)
Chapter 7. nanolayer analysis by reflectometry (Analysis of nanolayer structure by neutron and X-ray reflectometry is explained.)
Chapter 8. nanolayer analysis by sum frequency generation spectroscopy (Analysis of molecular structures in nanolayers is explained.)
Chapter 9. nanolayer analysis by near edge X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy (Analysis of molecular fine structures in nanolayers is explained.)
Chapter 10. lithography for monolayer accumulation (Construction of monolayer accumulation by lithography is explained.)
Chapter 11. electronic devices by monolayer accumulation (Electronic devices prepared by monolayer accumulation are explained.)
Chapter 12-14. nanolayers for green science (different types of nanolayers for green science is explained.)
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Professor Toyoko Imae was born in Japan. She joined the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, as honorary chair professor in April 2009, immediately after retiring from Keio University, Japan. She is also a professor emeritus of Nagoya University, Japan, since 2006, a visiting professor of Tokyo University of Science, Japan, an Academic Icon professor of University of Malaya, Malaysia, since 2013 and a specially-Appointed Professor of Yamagata University, Japan, since 2015. Her major research areas are the fabrication, functionalization, and physicochemical investigation of nanomaterials, including polymers, carbon materials, inorganic materials, nanoparticles and their nanocomposites, in solutions and at interfaces. Her resent research target is a “Nanoarchitecture and Nanotechnology” towards energy, environmental and biomedical sciences. Prof. Imae has published more than 350 articles including peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, and book chapters. She also edited three books of Advanced Chemistry of Monolayers at Interfaces: Trends in Methodology and Technology (2007), Neutrons in Soft Matter (2011) and Skin Bioscience: A Molecular Approach (2014). She has been conferred several awards as represented by “Promising Scientist Award of The Society of Japanese Women Scientists” (1999). She also contributes to the academic advancement as typified by a president of Asian Society for Colloid and Surface Science from 2013. Prof. Imae was an executive member of the Council for Science and Technology Policy in Japan and a member of the Science Council of Japan.
Research Center for Materials Science, Nagoya University, Chikusa, Nagoya, Japan