Nano Science and Technology: Novel Structures and Phenomena

Ping Sheng Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Zikang Tang The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Nano Science and Technology: Novel Structures and Phenomena
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Publication Date Imprint
3/6/2003 CRC
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Nanostructures 9780415308328
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Description

Nanoscience and technology is a rapidly developing area of research in physics, chemistry, and materials. This volume comsists of papers presented at the Advanced Study Institute in Hong Kong that explore developments in novel structures in phenomena of nanostructured materials.

The topics include: - two-dimensional nanoclusters on metal surfaces, - quantum dynamics of coupled quantum-dot cubits and dephasing effects induced by measurements, - coating of metal oxides onto surface of mesoporous silicas, and - synthesis of boron nitride nanotube arrays

Nano Science and Technology: Novel Structures and Phenomena is a useful source of reference for postgraduates, professionals, and researchers in this fast growing field.

Table of Contents

Part I: Novel Nanostructures and Devices. Part II: Fullerenes and Nanotubes Part 3: Nanocomposites and Semiconductor Nanostructures Part IV: Theory and Simulations.

Contributors

Editor 1 Sheng, Ping, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon Editor 2 Tang, Zikang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon
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Features

  • - Provides a comprehensive review of the fabrication, characterization, physical properties, and surface chemistry of nanostructures
  • - Covers fundamental principles of nanolithography and self-assembly
  • - Examines the synthesis and unique properties of carbon nanotubes and fullerenes
  • - Examines the magnetic, optical, and electric properties of nanocomposites and semiconductor nanostructures
  • - Presents theory and simulations to explain the behavior of nanomaterials and devices