Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780762300587, 9780080552705

Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters, Volume 4

1st Edition

Cluster Materials

Authors: M.A. Duncan
Hardcover ISBN: 9780762300587
eBook ISBN: 9780080552705
Imprint: JAI Press
Published Date: 1st January 1998
Page Count: 401
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Table of Contents

List of Contributors. Preface (M.A. Duncan). Preparation and properties of INAS and INP nanocrystals (A.A. Guzelian, U. Banin, J.C. Lee, A.P. Alivisatos). Magnetization reversal in nanoparticles (S. Majetich). Electron nanodiffraction and stem imaging of nanoparticles and nanotubes (J.M. Cowley). Synthesis and characterisation of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles (M.S. El-Shall, S. Li). Endohedral metallofullerenes (A. Lahamer, Z.C. Ying, R.E. Haufler, R.L. Hettich, R.N. Compton). Endohedral metallofullerenes: structures and electronic properties (H. Shinohara). Synthesis and properties of encapsulated and intercalated inorganic fullerene-like structures (R. Tenne, M. Homyonfer, Y. Feldman). AB initio calculations on met-cars: a comparison on different levels of theory on model compounds (R.G.A.R Maclagan, G.E. Scuseria). Structure and mechanical failure in nanophase silicon nitride: large-scale molecular dynamics simulations on parallel computers (A. Omeltchenko, A. Nakano, K. Tsuruta, R.K. Kalia, P. Vashishta). Probing the electronic structure of transition metal clusters from molecular to bulk-like using photoelectron spectroscopy (L-S. Wang, H. Wu). Optical investigators of surfaces and interfaces of metal clusters (U. Kreibig, M. Gartz, A. Hilger, H. Hövel). Index.

Description

Cluster Materials is the fourth volume of the highly successful series Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters. In this volume the focus is on the properties of clusters which determine their potential applications as new materials. Metal and semiconductor clusters have been proposed as precursors for materials or as actual materials since the earliest days of cluster research. In the last few years, a variety of techniques have made it possible to produce clusters in sizes varying from a few atoms up to several thousand atoms. While some measurements are performed in the gas phase on non-isolated clusters, many cluster materials can now be isolated in macroscopic quantities and more convenient studies of their properties become possible.


In this volume the authors focus on measurement of optical, electronic, magnetic, chemical and mechanical properties of clusters or of cluster assemblies. All of these properties must fall into acceptable ranges of behaviour before useful materials composed of clusters can be put into practical applications. As evidenced by the various work described here, the realisation of practical products based on cluster materials seems to be approaching rapidly.

Readership

All those who hold an interest in the field of metal and semiconductor clusters and more specifically cluster materials and their potential.


Details

No. of pages:
401
Language:
English
Copyright:
© JAI Press 1998
Published:
Imprint:
JAI Press
eBook ISBN:
9780080552705
Hardcover ISBN:
9780762300587

Reviews

Cluster Materials is the fourth volume of the highly successful series Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters. In this volume the focus is on the properties of clusters which determine their potential applications as new materials. Metal and semiconductor clusters have been proposed as precursors for materials or as actual materials since the earliest days of cluster research. In the last few years, a variety of techniques have made it possible to produce clusters in sizes varying from a few atoms up to several thousand atoms. While some measurements are performed in the gas phase on non-isolated clusters, many cluster materials can now be isolated in macroscopic quantities and more convenient studies of their properties become possible.
In this volume the authors focus on measurement of optical, electronic, magnetic, chemical and mechanical properties of clusters or of cluster assemblies. All of these properties must fall into acceptable ranges of behaviour before useful materials composed of clusters can be put into practical applications. As evidenced by the various work described here, the realisation of practical products based on cluster materials seems to be approaching rapidly.


About the Authors

M.A. Duncan Author

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Chemistry, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA