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Basic Principles of Nanotechnology 1st Edition

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NANOTECHNOLOGY 9781138483613 Wesley C. Sanders CRC 178 Basic Principles of Nanotechnology 1st Edition 2018 £ 53.99
Author: Wesley C. Sanders
Description: The book allows the reader to have a basic understanding of the structure and properties of nanoscale materials routinely used in nanotechnology-based research and industries. To add, the book describes the operation of nanoscale transistors and the processes used to fabricate the devices. Additionally, it presents research involving the use of carbon nanotubes, graphene, and molecules to create non-silicon based electronic devices. It aims to provide an understanding of the operation of the most frequently used fabrication and characterization procedures, such as scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, etch, e-beam lithography, and photolithography.
Table of Content: Chapter 1. Introduction to Nanotechnology 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Consumer Nanotechnology 1.3 Ancient Nanotechnology 1.4 Early Nanotechnologists 1.5 Nanotechnology in Nature 1.6 End-of-Chapter Questions 1.7 References Chapter 2. Chemistry Foundations in Nanotechnology 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Atoms 2.3 Ions 2.4 Subatomic Particles 2.5 Chemical Bonding 2.6 Chemical Reactions 2.7 Quantum Mechanics 2.8 Atomic Orbitals 2.9 Molecular Orbitals 2.10 Intermolecular Forces 2.11 Polymers 2.12 Semiconductor Materials 2.13 End-of-Chapter Questions 2.14 References Chapter 3. Physics Foundations in Nanotechnology 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Electromagnetic Radiation 3.3 The Wave Nature of Light 3.4 Photoelectric Effect 3.5 Band Structure 3.6 End-of-Chapter Questions 3.7 References Chapter 4. Allotropic Carbon-Based Nanomaterials 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Carbon Allotropes 4.3 C60 4.4 Carbon Nanotubes 4.5 Carbon Nanotube Electronics 4.6 Carbon Nanotube Synthesis 4.7 Carbon Nanotubes in Medicine 4.8 Graphene 4.9 End-of-Chapter Questions 4.10 References Chapter 5. Molecule-Based Nanomaterials 5.1 Introduction 5.2 DNA Nanotechnology 5.3 Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) 5.4 Dendrimers 5.5 Lipids 5.6 Micelles 5.7 Molecular Electronics 5.8 Drug Delivery Systems 5.9 End-of-Chapter Questions 5.10 References Chapter 6. Inorganic Nanomaterials 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Physical and Chemical Properties of Metal Nanoparticles 6.3 Quantum Dots 6.4 Metal Nanowires 6.5 Semiconductor Nanowires 6.6 End-of-Chapter Questions 6.7 References Chapter 7. Nanoscale Characterization 7.1 Introductions 7.2 Scanning Tunneling Microscopy 7.3 Atomic Force Microscopy 7.4 Scanning Electron Microscopy 7.5 Transmission Electron Microscopy 7.6 End-of-Chapter Questions 7.7 References Chapter 8. Nanofabrication Techniques 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Soft Lithography 8.3 Physical Vapor Deposition 8.4 Chemical Vapor Deposition 8.5 Etch (Wet/Dry) 8.6 E-beam Lithography 8.7 Focused Ion Beam 8.8 Photolithography 8.9 End-of-Chapter Questions 8.10 References

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