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Nanoalloys, Second Edition, provides a self-contained reference on the physics and chemistry of nanoscale alloys, dealing with all important aspects that range from the theoretical concepts and the practical synthesis methods to the characterization tools. The book also covers modern applications of nanoalloys in materials science, catalysis or nanomedicine and discusses their possible toxicity.
- Covers fundamentals and applicative aspects of nanoalloys in a balanced presentation, including theoretical and experimental perspectives
- Describes physical and chemical approaches, synthesis and characterization tools
- Illustrates the potential benefit of alloying on various applications ranging from materials science to energy production and nanomedicine
- Update and adds topics not fully developed at the time of the 1st edition, such as toxicity and energy applications
Researchers in chemistry (catalysis and organometallic chemistry) and biochemistry. Researchers in materials science, physics (electronic and geometric structure, thermodynamics, optics, magnetism)
1. Chemical Syntheses
2. Physical syntheses
3. Modeling the Electronic and Geometric structure of nanoalloys
4. Experimental techniques for structural characterization
5. Thermodynamical properties of nanoalloys
6. Kinetic aspects: nucleation, mixing, coalescence
7. Nanoalloys as optical probes
8. Magnetic properties of nanoalloys
9. Catalysis by Nanoalloys
10. Nanoalloys for energy applications
11. Biomedical applications of nanoalloys
12. Toxicity of nanoalloys
13. Nanoalloys as building blocks
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 1st July 2020
- Paperback ISBN:
Research Director at CNRS and University of Grenoble, he has authored over 200 publications in peer-reviewed international journals and received over 70 invitations to international meetings. Author of several review papers on the physics of atomic and molecular clusters, including one on the thermodynamics of nanoalloys.
Research Director at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and University of Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France