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eBook Chemistry of Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials: Combustion Synthesis, Properties and Applications ePub

by Kashinath C Patil,Tanu Rattan,S T Aruna

  • ISBN: 9812793143
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Kashinath C Patil,Tanu Rattan,S T Aruna
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc; 1 edition (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 345
  • ePub book: 1768 kb
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Possible mechanisms that affect the structure formation and properties of ferrite along with their application in various technological fields are also discussed.

The term, "Nanotechnology" was coined by a Japanese engineer Nario Taniguchi in 1974. Possible mechanisms that affect the structure formation and properties of ferrite along with their application in various technological fields are also discussed.

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oceedings{, title {Chemistry of Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials: Combustion Synthesis, Properties and Applications}, author {Kashinath C. Patil and Mahabaleshwara Hegde and Tanu Mimani Rattan and Singanahally T. Aruna}, year {2008} }. Kashinath C. Patil, Mahabaleshwara Hegde, +1 author Singanahally T. Aruna. Eric Drexler in his book "Engines of Creations" published in 1986 envisaged the building of molecular machines by bringing atom by atom in a precise manner to make many simple desired systems. However, Drexler's dream continues to be implausible since the laws of chemistry do no. ONTINUE READING.

Nano-oxide materials lend themselves to applications in a wide variety of emerging technological fields such as microelectronics, catalysts, ceramics, coatings, and energy storage

Nano-oxide materials lend themselves to applications in a wide variety of emerging technological fields such as microelectronics, catalysts, ceramics, coatings, and energy storage. However, developing new routes for making nano-based materials is a challenging area for solid-state materials chemists. This book does just that by describing a novel method for preparing them. The authors have developed a novel low-temperature, self-propagating synthetic route to nano-oxides by the solution combustion and combustible precursor processes

Nano-oxide materials lend themselves to applications in a wide variety of emerging technological fields such .

Nano-oxide materials lend themselves to applications in a wide variety of emerging technological fields such as microelectronics, catalysts, ceramics, coatings, and energy storage. Contents: Combustible Solid Precursors to Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials; Solution Combustion Synthesis of Oxide Materials; Alumina and Related Oxide Materials; Nano-Ceria and d Ceria; Nanocrystalline Fe2O3 and Ferrites; Nano-Titania and Titanates; Zirconia and Related Oxide Materials; Perovskite Oxide Materials; Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials for Special Applications.

Patil, K. Hegde, M. Rattan. Developing new routes for making nano-based materials is a challenging area for solid-state materials chemists. This book does just that by describing a novel method for preparing them

Patil, K. The authors have developed a novel low-temperature, self-propagating synthetic route to nano-oxides by the solution combustion and combustible precursor processes.

nanocrystalline oxide materials : combustion synthesis, properties and applications, . Material type: BookPublisher: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2008Description: xvi, 345 p. : ill. (some.

Chemistry of nanocrystalline oxide materials : combustion synthesis, properties and applications, . Contributor(s): Hegde, . Rattan, Tanu Aruna, . (some co. ; 24 c. SBN: 9789812793140; 9812793143. Subject(s): Metallic oxides Nanocrystals Nanostructured materials Oxydes métalliques Nanocristaux Nanomatériaux Nanomatériaux - Combustion DDC classification: 62. 12 99 Online resources: Table of contents Klappentext.

The book on chemistry of nanocrystalline oxide materials gives the recipes for the .

In the monograph authors discuss the wide scope of fundamental issues related to the diagnostics and mechanisms of CS process. Several chapters in the other book are devoted to nanomaterials synthesis by using Corresponding author. Carbon combustion synthesis of oxides (CCSO) is a novel and economical technology for production of micron and nanostructured particles of complex oxides for advanced device applications.

Nanocrystalline ceria powders were prepared by using citrate gel combustion. The influence of the composition of the combustion mixture on the characteristics of the final product was investigated. Patil K C, Hegde M S, Rattan T and Aruna S T, Chemistry of Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials: Combustion Synthesis, Properties and Applications, World Scientific, Singapore (2008). CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Nano-oxide materials lend themselves to applications in a wide variety of emerging technological fields such as microelectronics, catalysts, ceramics, coatings, and energy storage. However, developing new routes for making nano-based materials is a challenging area for solid-state materials chemists. This book does just that by describing a novel method for preparing them. The authors have developed a novel low-temperature, self-propagating synthetic route to nano-oxides by the solution combustion and combustible precursor processes. This method provides the desired composition, structure, and properties for many types of technologically useful nanocrystalline oxide materials like alumina, ceria, iron oxides, titania, yttria, and zirconia, among others.The book is particularly instructive in bringing readers one step closer to the exploration of nanomaterials. Students of nanoscience can acquaint themselves with the actual production and evaluation of nanopowders by this route, while academic researchers and industrial scientists will find answers to a host of questions on nano-oxides. The book also provides an impetus for scientists in industrial research to evaluate and explore new ways to scale up the production of nanomaterials, offering helpful suggestions for further research.