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PART 1: BASIC PRINCIPLES
1. Magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials: An introduction
2. Nanoscale characterization of magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials
3. Methods for Magnetic characterization of the magnetic nanoparticles
4. Simulation of magnetic nanofluid thermal behavior
5. Interactions between magnon and exciton/photon/plasmon/electron in the magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials
PART 2: MAGNETIC, ELECTRICAL, ELECTROMAGNETIC, THERMAL, OPTICAL AND TOXIC PROPERTIES
6. MNP-Metal hybrid materials
7. MNP-Polymers hybrid materials
8. MNP-Carbon (CNT/grapheme) hybrid materials
9. MNP-MNP hybrid materials
10. Magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials (MNP)-Polymers hybrid materials
11. Polymer-coated MNPs
PART 3: EMERGING APPLICATIONS
12. Application for Biosensors
13. Hybrid nanomaterials for Environmental applications
14. Applications in Biomedicine
15. Hybrid nanomaterials for Biosensors
16. Environmental applications
17. Biomedical applications
20. Hyperthermia treatment
21. Hybrid magnetic nanoparticles for electrochemical biosensors
22. Hybrid magnetic particles for environment and radioactive remediation
23. Electromagnetic interference shielding materials (microwaveabsorbers)
24. Environmental applications of hybrid nanoparticles
26. MNPs-natural polymers hybrids for potential biomedical applications
28. Applications of MNPs hybrids in Biomedicine
29. Hybrid nanoparticles for environmental applications
30. Hybrid nanoparticles for improvements in analytical processes
31. Antimicrobial activity of hybrid organic-inorganic core-shell magnetic nanocomposites
32. Tumour PET, optical, and MR imaging
33. MNP in biomedical applications
34. MNP in Environmental applications
35. Application for environmental sustainability
Magnetic Nanoparticle-Based Hybrid Materials: Fundamentals and Applications introduces the principles, properties, and emerging applications of this important materials system. The hybridization of magnetic nanoparticles with metals, metal oxides and semiconducting nanoparticles may result in superior properties. The book reviews the most relevant hybrid materials, their mechanisms and properties. Then, the book focuses on the rational design, controlled synthesis, advanced characterizations and in-depth understanding of structure-property relationships. The last part addresses the promising applications of hybrid nanomaterials in the real world such as in the environment, energy, medicine fields.
Magnetic Nanoparticle-Based Hybrid Materials: Fundamentals and Applications comprehensively reviews both the theoretical and experimental approaches used to rapidly advance nanomaterials that could result in new technologies that impact day-to-day life and society in key areas such as health and the environment. It is suitable for researchers and practitioners who are materials scientists and engineers, chemists or physicists in academia and R&D.
- Provides in-depth information on the basic principles of magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials such as synthesis, characterization, properties, and magnon interactions
- Discusses the most relevant hybrid materials systems including integration of metals, metal oxides, polymers, carbon and more
- Addresses the emerging applications in medicine, the environment, energy, sensing, and computing enabled by magnetic nanoparticles-based hybrid materials
Materials Scientists and Engineers. Physicists, Chemists
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2021
- 1st June 2021
- Woodhead Publishing
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Dr. Andrea Ehrmann is a full professor for measurement, physics, and textile technologies at Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in Germany. After studying physics at RWTH Aachen, she earned a PhD in the area of magneto-optical investigations on exchange-bias systems. Afterwards, Dr. Ehrmann worked at Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences on Intelligent Textiles, knitted fabrics etc.
Professor for Measurement, Physics, and Textile Technologies, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Dr Tuan Anh Nguyen is Head of the Microanalysis Department, Institute for Tropical Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam. His research focuses on advanced nanomaterials, and nanotechnology for corrosion and materials integrity in transportation systems.
Head of the Microanalysis Department, Institute for Tropical Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
Dr. Mazaher Ahmadi received his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Bu-Ali Sina University in 2017. He has been to Alicante University, Spain, and Stockholm University, Sweden, as a visiting researcher in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, respectively. He became an Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Bu-Ali Sina University in 2019. His professional experiences also include two post-doctorate research courses at Shiraz University of Medical Science, Iran, and Bu-Ali Sina University, Iran, in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, respectively. Dr. Ahmadi is an expert in nanotechnology, analytical method development, pollutant removal, and wastewater treatment. He has edited six Elsevier books. He also has contributed eleven book chapters with Elsevier.
Assistant Professor, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran
Dr. Ali Farmani is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Lorestan University in Khorramabad, Iran. His research focuses on optical nanostructured materials.
Assistant Professor, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran
DEA (ENSCMul, France) and PhD (Cnam of Paris, France 2009). He worked as an assistant professor at Cnam of Paris (2009-2011) and researcher at ETS, Montreal, Canada (2011-2015) before joining to University of Montreal as research officer (Prud'homme's Group). His main research interests are polymer blends, crystallization of ultra thin films, nanostructuration, agrocomposites, polymer ageing, personal protective materials, rupture mechanisms of polymer material
Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada
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