1. The adsorptive properties of titanosilicate xerogels and membranes of identical genesis
2. Structure and surface chemistry of aminofunctionalized silica spherical particles as sorptive and antimicrobial agents
3. Silica and titania nanoadsorbents for application in molecular recognition technology
4. Mesoporous acid-modified silicas and their application in sorption and catalysis
5. Synthesis and photocatalytic properties of nanostructured titania films, doped with transition metals (Mn, Co, Ni, Cu, Fe)
Biotechnology and biomedicine
6. From nano- to micro-particles of polysaccharide-silica composites through self-assembly and sol-gel processes
7. Polymer adsorption modified nanosilica as a sorbent for medical applications
8. Molecular recognition in silica nanohybrids: Synthesis and applications
9. Processing of natural mineral magnetite for medical applications
10. Enzymatic sol-gel composites based on alumina and ferria for treatment of cardiovascular diseases
11. Titania-graphene and titania–Cdots materials through sol-gel processing
12. Synthesis and study of multiferroic and ferroelectric 'core-shell' powders for application in electronic devices for medicine and ecology
13. New routes for the fabrication of TiO2 Inverse opal films and their application in intelligent devices
14. Sol-gel synthesis and characterization of iron-containing garnets
Biocompatible Hybrid Oxide Nanoparticles for Human Health: From Synthesis to Applications explores the synthesis, structure, properties and applications of functionalized oxide nanoparticles. The books shows the applications of materials depending on their composition and structure, with a focus on silicon, titanium and iron oxides, each of which was chosen because of their unique features, including silica because it is chemically resistant to most organic solvents, harmless to living organisms, can thicken flowable formulations, and increase the strength of materials, titania for its unique chemical, optical, electrophysical and bactericidal properties, and iron-containing materials because they possess important magnetic properties.
- Shows how oxide nanoparticles are being used to solve current problems in the fields of environmental protection, medicine, and in the creation of "smart" materials
- Includes case studies that explore the major characteristics and applications of silica, titania and iron oxide nanomaterials
- Discusses the use of biocompatible oxide nanostructures in the development of new sensing technology
Materials scientists, engineers and manufacturers in environmental treatment, catalysis, new sensors, biotechnology, and electronics
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Inna V. Melnyk is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Kosice, Slovak Republic and the Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry, NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine. Her research focuses in the areas of sol-gel technique, surface chemistry, directed synthesis and design of hybrid materials (magnetically controlled particles, silica particles, membranes) and their application in sorption processes, water purification, bionanotechnology.
Senior Scientist, Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Kosice, Slovak Republic and Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Miroslava Vaclavikova is principle Senior Scientist, Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Kosice, Slovak Republic. Her research focuses in environmental technologies, especially on development, testing and applications of novel materials based on iron oxides for the removal of heavy metals as well as on surface modification of minerals such as zeolites, clays, and carbon.
Principle Senior Scientist, Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Kosice, Slovak Republic
Gulaim A. Seisenbaeva is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. Her research focuses include the tailoring of functional hybrid adsorbents for water remediation and hydrometallurgy, and the application of porous oxides as alkali ion battery materials.
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Vadim G. Kessler is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Bionanotechnology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. His research interests include developing molecular precursor chemistry for the synthesis of nanomaterials, and developing nanotechnology for biomedical and agricultural applications.
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Bionanotechnology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden