Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
G. Louis Hornyak NanoThread, Inc.
H. F. Tibbals University of Texas at Arlington
Joydeep Dutta Asian Institute of Technology
The maturation of nanotechnology has revealed it to be a unique and distinct discipline rather than a specialization within a larger field. Its textbook cannot afford to be a chemistry, physics, or engineering text focused on nano. It must be an integrated and multidisciplinary nano textbook. The archetype of the modern nano textbook, this text builds a solid background in characterization and fabrication methods while integrating the physics, chemistry, and biology facets. The remainder of this color text focuses on applications, examining engineering aspects as well as nanomaterials and industry-specific applications in such areas as energy, electronics, and biotechnology.
Table of ContentsThe Perspective.
The Next Step.
Devices and Applications.
ContributorsAuthor 1 Hornyak, Gabor L., NanoThread, Inc., Golden, Colorado, USA Author 2 Tibbals, H.F., University of Texas Southwest Medical Center, Dallas, TX Author 3 Dutta, Joydeep, Asian Institute of Nanotechnology, Pathumthani, Thailand
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