Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Properties, Characterization Techniques, and Applications (Hardback)Rajendra Kumar Goyal (author)
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The main aims of this book are to summarize the fundamentals, synthesis methods, properties and applications of nanomaterials, so as to provide readers with a systematic knowledge on nanomaterials. In addition, the book covers most commonly used characterization tools pertaining to nanomaterials. Further, it deals with relevant aspects of nanocomposites which contains dispersion of nano-sized particulates, and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in the matrices (polymer, metal and ceramic). It also discusses development of smart nano textiles (intelligent textiles), self-cleaning glass, sensors, actuators, ferro-fluids, and wear resistant nano coatings. Aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate students, the key features on this book include:
Top-down and bottom-up approaches for the synthesis of nanomaterials included
Illustrates sample preparation and basic principle of characterization tools for nanomaterials
Explains calculation of ratios of surface area to volume and surface atoms to bulk atoms
Reviews synthesis, properties and applications of carbon nanotubes and magnetic nanomaterials
Discusses size effect on thermal, mechanical, optical, magnetic and electrical properties
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 332
Weight: 907 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm
"Nanomaterials have been "hot" for two decades and will remain so while control over synthesis, assembly, and nanocharacterization improves, deepening the understanding of nanostructure and the properties it influences. Several books on nanomaterials are published each year; readers are advised to not confuse this volume with P. M. Visakh's similarly titled Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites: Zero- to Three-Dimensional Materials and Their Composites (2016). Though both Visakh and Goyal (College of Engineering, Pune, India) devote chapters to carbon materials, preparations, and applications, several differences in content and organization differentiate the two books. Many chapters in Visakh's book describe individual polymer families (such as zeolites, silsesquioxanes, and biopolymers): this suggests a stronger chemistry focus. Goyal's approach provides several chapters describing such topics as how size affects properties of nanomaterials, nanomaterial characterization, nanomaterial synthesis (top-down versus bottom-up approaches), and nanomaterial forms, including nanowires, nanofibers, and magnetic materials. After introducing nanomaterial basics and material designs in nature, Goyal builds on these principles to introduce other forms of nanomaterials. Some content is at quite an advanced level, but the book is a pleasure to read and has much to offer to a wide readership in materials science and engineering."
-CHOICE, P. G. Heiden, Michigan Technological University, September 2018
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