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- Basic concepts and processing of nanostructures materials
- Nanomaterials: Synthesis, physicochemical characterization, and biopharmaceutical applications
- One-dimensional (1D) nanomaterials: Nanorods and nanowires; nanoscale processing
- Carbon-based nanostructures and nanomaterials
- Fabrication of nanostructures by physical techniques
- Liposomal nanostructures: Properties and applications
- Quantum dots: A brief introduction
- Magnetic nanoparticles
- Nanoscale self-assembly
- Nanocellulose and its composite films: Applications, properties, preparation methods, and limitations
- Nanostructures for biomedical devices
- Nanostructures for humidity sensing and photocatalytic applications
- Nanostructures for antimicrobial therapy
- Nanocomposites of polymer matrices: Nanoscale processing
- Hybrid organic-inorganic nanostructures in proton exchange membranes for fuel cells
- Nanostructured hydroxyapatite biomaterial as gas sensor
- Processing strategies of chitosan-built nano-hydrogel as smart drug carriers
- Ultradeformable liposomal nanostructures: Role in transdermal delivery of therapeutics
Nanoscale Processing outlines recent advances in processing techniques for a range of nanomaterial types. New developments in the processing of nanostructured materials are being applied in diverse fields. This book offers in-depth information and analysis of a range of processing techniques for nanostructures, and also covers nanocharacterization aspects thoroughly. Topics covered include zero dimensional nanostructures, nanostructured biomaterials, carbon-based nanostructures, polymeric and liposomal nanostructures, and quantum dots. This book is an important resource for materials scientists and engineers looking to learn more about a variety of processing techniques for various nanomaterial classes, for use in both the industrial and biomedical sectors.
- Explains major nanoscale processing techniques, outlining in which situations each should be used
- Discuses a range of nanomaterial classes, including nanobiomaterials, polymeric nanomaterials, optical nanomaterials and magnetic nanomaterials
- Explores the challenges of using certain processing techniques for certain classes of nanomaterial
Materials Scientists, Engineers, Polymer Scientists, Biomaterials Scientists
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 9th November 2020
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Sabu Thomas is currently Vice Chancellor of Mahatma Gandhi University and the Founder Director and Professor of the International and Interuniversity Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. He is also a full professor of Polymer Science and Engineering at the School of Chemical Sciences of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India. Recently, because of the outstanding contributions to the field of Nanoscience and Polymer Science and Engineering, Prof. Thomas has been conferred Honoris Causa (DSc) Doctorate by the University of South Brittany, Lorient, France and University of Lorraine, Nancy, France. Very recently, Prof. Thomas has been awarded Senior Fulbright Fellowship to visit 20 Universities in the US and most productive faculty award in the domain of Materials Science.
Preetha Balakrishnan is Principal Scientist at ADSO Naturals Private Limited, Banglore, Karnataka, India. Her area of interest is Polymer Science incorporating Nano materials, and topic of research is Starch based nanocomposites at IIUCNN, M.G. University, Kottayam, in the group of Prof. Sabu Thomas.
Principal Scientist, ADSO Naturals Private Limited, Banglore, Karnataka, India
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