This self--confessed introduction provides technical administrators and managers with a broad, practical overview of the subject and gives researchers working in different areas an appreciation of developments in nanotechnology outside their own fields of expertise.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 720 g
Dimensions: 242 x 164 x 27 mm
"...recommended for research scientists." (IEEE Circuits and Devices, July/August 2005) "...a very nice reference text...gives a solid overview of the topics and techniques..." (MRS Bulletin, May 2005) "...a unique text for exploration of nanotechnology basics..." (IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Medicine, March/April 2005) "The two authors working together have maintained a consistent perspective and level throughout the book." (Physics Today, September 2004) "...well written and nicely illustrated...offers a large amount of useful information to those who want to be introduced to the nanotechnologies..." (Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 50, No. 2, May 2004) "The book has achieved its goal of providing a summary and commentary on this subject." (JOM, February 26, 2004) "...the authors have achieved their aims and have hit the right tone and level of treatment...should also be suitable for advanced students...who are interested in the field..." (Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2004/43) "...a fascinating overview of nanotechnology and its applications. It offers a complete picture of the diversity of the technology's applications." (International Journal of General Systems, December 2003) "...nicely designed, highly readable, and stylistically coherent...a superb addition to an already first-class lineup of contemporary textbooks on nanotechnology..." (Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Issue 32:02) "...an excellent introduction to nanotechnology, especially for researchers who do not currently work in the field..." (IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine) "...an introduction and overview of this innovative and increasingly important area of research..." (Materials Evaluation, August 2003)