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Nanoparticle technologies : from lab to market

Author: Farid Bensebaa
Publisher: Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Boston. Mass : Elsevier/Academic Press, 2013.
Series: Interface science and technology, v. 19.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Covers nanoparticles fabrication technologies with a focus on scalable processes. This book discusses and summarizes applications of nanoparticles in the energy, optoelectronic and biomedical  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Farid Bensebaa
ISBN: 9780123695505 0123695503
OCLC Number: 817255535
Description: xvii, 538 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Nanoparticle fundamentals. Classification --
Functionalization, formulation, characterization, and nanometrology --
Scale-up and quality control --
Value chain : from raw materials to market --
Implications of wider use of NPs --
2. Wet production methods. Sonochemistry --
Supercritical fluid --
Solvothermal and hydrothermal --
Microwave --
Electrically induced synthesis --
Spray pyrolysis --
Emulsion --
Sol-gel --
Template synthesis --
Green chemistry --
Others --
Continuous flow reactor and scale-up --
Purification, size-selective and other posttreatment processes --
3. Dry production methods. Mechanical synthesis --
Gas phase --
Others --
4. Nanoparticle assembling and system integration. Template and nanoreactor --
Self-assembling and direct assembling --
Nanocomposite-based deposition techniques --
External field --
Spray deposition --
Others --
5. Clean energy. Catalysis --
Fuel cells and electrocatalysts --
Solar cell --
Energy storage --
Energy saving --
Other applications of NPs --
6. Biomedical. Optical biosensing --
Electrical sensor --
Electroanalytical and electrochemical sensing --
Magnetic sensing --
Multiplexing techniques --
Drug delivery and therapeutics --
Other medical applications --
Food, protein, and biotechnology --
Miscellaneous applications --
7. Optoelectronics. Coating and coloration --
Display --
Photonics and optoelectronics --
Microelectronic materials --
Sensors --
Packaging and insulators --
Printed electronics and e-paper sensors --
8. Environmental and societal applications and implications. Environment --
Toxicity of NPs --
Workplace exposure --
Toward a better understanding of NP toxicity --
Risk assessment and analysis --
Societal --
Policy and public education --
9. Challenges and perspectives. Are the promises realistic? --
Scientific challenges --
Engineering challenges --
Health and safety challenges --
Sustainability : LCA and recycling --
Importance of public and industrial relationship in addressing current challenges --
Need for an open database --
Closing thoughts.
Series Title: Interface science and technology, v. 19.
Responsibility: by Farid Bensebaa.

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"For people just entering the fields of nanotechnology and nanomaterials, Bensebaa...describes the different techniques for assembling nanoparticles...to form cost-effective functional film and Read more...

 
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