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Nanoalloys : From Fundamentals to Emergent Applications

ISBN: 9780123944016 | 0123944015
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd
Pub. Date: 3/27/2013

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The swiftly-evolving field of nanoalloys presents significant opportunity for industrially relevant research - particularly in energy, biosensors, data storage, optical devices and catalysis. This work, from a cluster of interdisciplinary nanoscientists led by CNRS's Florent Calvo, supports your end users' rapid production of impactful research at the cutting-edge intersection between fundamental physics and chemistry (synthesis, properties, characterization) and promising nanoengineered applications of the future. With no current single reference source on the subject providing the necessary coverage of the physical and chemical science, AND with appropriate and in-depth descriptions of the theoretical and experimental knowledge necessary for full nanoalloy application prototypes, the work will be invaluable for your research community as the nanoscience field moves swiftly to full monetization. Encapsulates physical science of structure, properties, size, composition and ordering at nanoscale, aiding synthesis of experimentation and modelling Multi-expert and interdisciplinary perspectives on growth, synthesis and characterization of bimetallic clusters and particulates supports expansion of your current research activity into applications Synthesizes concepts and draws links between fundamental metallurgy and cutting edge nanoscience, aiding interdisciplinary research activity


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