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Tailored Functional Oxide Nanomaterials

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Tailored Functional Oxide Nanomaterials

English | ISBN: 3527347593 | 512 pages | EPUB | 18 May 2022 | 138 Mb

Tailored Functional Oxide Nanomaterials
A comprehensive exploration of the preparation and application of metal oxide nanomaterials

Tailored Functional Oxide Nanomaterials: From Design to Multi-Purpose Applications delivers a one-of-a-kind discussion of the fundamentals and key applications of metal oxide nanomaterials. The book explores everything from their preparation to the mastering of their characteristics in an interdisciplinary view. The distinguished authors address theoretical research and advanced technological utilizations, illustrating key issues for the understanding and real-world end-uses of the most important class of inorganic materials.

The interplay between the design, preparation, chemico-physical characterization, and functional behaviors of metal oxide nanomaterials in a variety of fields is presented. Up-to-date work and knowledge on these materials is also described, with fulsome summaries of important applications that are relevant to researchers pursuing safety, sustainability, and energy end-uses.

Readers will also find

A thorough introduction to vapor phase growth of metal oxide thin films and nanostructures
Comprehensive explorations of addressing complex transition metal oxides at the nanoscale, including bottom-up syntheses of nano-objects and properties
Practical discussions of nanosized oxides supported on mats of carbon nanotubes, including synthesis strategies and performances of Ti/CNT systems
In-depth examinations of computational approaches to the study of oxide nanomaterials and nanoporous oxides
Perfect for materials scientists, inorganic chemists, physicists, catalytic chemists, and chemical engineers, Tailored Functional Oxide Nanomaterials will also earn a place in the libraries of solid-state chemists.

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