- Molecular nanomagnets based on f-elements
2. Metallacrown magnetic nanostructures
3. Iron-containing magnetic dendrimers
4. 2D organometallic black phosphorus nanostructures
5. Ordered magnetic nanostructures
6. Self-assembling magnetic nanostructures
7. Optical properties of magnetic nanostructures
8. Magnetically active elastomers
9. Multifunctional nanostructures
10. Biomedical applications of iron oxide nanoparticles
Novel Magnetic Nanostructures: Unique Properties and Applications reviews the synthesis, design, characterization and unique properties of emerging nanostructured magnetic materials. It discusses the most promising and relevant applications, including data storage, spintronics and biomedical applications. Properties investigated include electronic, self-assembling, multifunctional, and magnetic properties, along with magnetic phenomena. Structures range from magnetic nanoclusters, nanoparticles, and nanowires, to multilayers and self-assembling nanosystems. This book provides a better understanding of the static and dynamic magnetism in new nanostructures for important applications.
- Provides an overview of the latest research on novel magnetic nanostructures, including molecular nanomagnets, metallacrown magnetic nanostructures, magnetic dendrimers, self-assembling magnetic structures, multifunctional nanostructures, and much more
- Reviews the synthesis, design, characterization and detection of useful properties in new magnetic nanostructures
- Highlights the most relevant applications, including spintronic, data storage and biomedical applications
Materials Scientists and engineers, materials chemists, physicists, researchers working on nanomaterials
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- 1st June 2018
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Dr. Rentschler is a professor in the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Mainz where she is responsible for managing the subject of bioinorganic chemistry. Her research involves the investigation of bio-inspired systems, inorganic and organic materials, molecular magnets and correlated spins. She leads a group whose current projects include focus on molecule-based magnetics, polymetallic exchange coupled systems, high nuclearity spin clusters, mixed valence complexes, ferric ring systems, butterfly-like complexes, and stable radical ligands.
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Mainz, Germany
Dr. Domracheva is presently a leading researcher at the Laboratory of Molecular Radiospectroscopy, part of the Kazan Physical Technical Institute RAS. Her primary research areas include metal-containing dendrimers, magnetic nanoparticles, iron-containing magnetic nanostructures with thermos- and photo-controllable properties, and magnetic clusters.
Kazan E. K. Zavoisky Physical -Technical Institute, Kazan, Russia
Maria Caporali is a Researcher in the Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds at the CNR in Florence, Italy. She is involved since many years in Phosphorus chemistry, including the activation and functionalization of white phosphorus with metal complexes, the synthesis of metal phosphides nanoparticles and their application in catalysis, and lately the functionalization of phosphorene, the P-analog of graphene, with transition metal nanoparticles.
Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds, CNR, Florence, Italy