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The preparation and characterization of various nano-scaled materials and their applications in diverse security and safety- related fields. Readers are provided with a broad overview on the topic as it combines articles addressing the preparation and characterization of different nano-scaled materials (metals, oxides, glasses, polymers, carbon-based, etc.). The contributions derive from the lectures and contributions of the NATO Advanced Study Institute meeting " Nanoscience Advances in CBRN Agents Detection, Information and Energy Security " held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, 29 May - 6 June, 2014. In addition, it presents an interdisciplinary approach, utilizing Nanoscience and Nanotechnology research from different disciplines including; physics, chemistry, engineering, materials science and biology. A major advantage of this book, which represents the knowledge of experts from 20 countries, is the combination of longer papers introducing the basic knowledge on a certain topic, and brief contributions highlighting specific applications in different security areas.

Wilhelm Kulisch lehrt seit über zehn Jahren Physik an der Universität Kassel. Neben der Technischen Mechanik unterrichtete er lange Zeit auch Nebenfachstudenten in Experimentalphysik.


Part I. Introduction.- 1. Nanoscience advances in CBRN agent detection, information and energy security; P. Petkov et al.- Part II Preparation and Characterization Techniques.- 2. Laser-assisted growth and processing of functional chalcogenide nanostructures; T. Vasileiadis, S.N. Yannopoulos.- 3. Material processing of dielectrics via temporally shaped femtosecond laser pulses as direct patterning method for nanophotonic applications.- T. Meinl et al.- 4. Fabrication of nanoporous silicon by ion implantation; T.S. Kavetskyy, A.L. Stepanov.- 5. Cyclic nanoindentation for examination of the piezoresistivity and the strain-sensor behavior of indium-tin-oxide thin films; E.E. Harea et al.- 6. Positron annihilation study of the Juniperus communis based biomaterial NEFROVIL; T.S. Kavetskyy et al.- 7. The influence of low dose ion-irradiation on the mechanical properties of PMMA probed by nanoindentation; T.S. Kavetskyy et al.- 8. Nanoindentation measurements of Cu films with different thicknesses deposited on a single crystalline Si substrate; C. Pyrtsac.- 9. Doppler broadening of annihilation line study of organic-inorganic hybrid ureasil-based composites; T.S. Kavetskyy et al.- Part III Materials.- 10. Creation of blue light emitting color centers in nanosized diamond for different applications; L. Himics et al.- 11. Characterization of grapheme produced by electrolysis in aqueous electrolytes; A. Petrovski et al.- 12. Simultaneous CVD growth of nanostructured carbon hybrids; N.F. Santos et al.- 13. Wetting and photoactive properties of laser irradiated zinc oxide-graphene oxide nanocomposite layers; A. Datcu et al.- 14. ZnO nanowires: growth, properties and advantages; K. Govatsi et al.- 15. Structural and optical properties of electrochemically deposited nanostructured ZnO arrays on different conductive substrates; M. Petrov et al.- 16. Nanofibers for the detection of VOCs; N. Bölgen et al.- 17. Electrophysical characteristics of polystyrene/MWCNTs composites ordered by a magnetostatic field; G.S Gunko et al.- 18. Synthesis, UV-VIS spectroscopy and conductivity of silver nanowires; I. Kostova et al.- 19. Modification of nanosilica surfaces by methyl methacrylate oligomers; I. Telegeev et al.- 20. Radioprotective effect of CeO2 and GdEuVO4 nanoparticles in 'in vivo' experiments; E.M. Mamotyuk et al.- 21. Synthesis of highly porous micro- and nanocrystalline zeolites from aluminosilicate by-products; D. Zgureva, S. Boycheva.- 22. Organic-inorganic nanocomposites and their applications; A.V. Kukhta.- 23. Microwave electrical properties of nanocomposites; L.C. Costa.- 24. Pathways for the production of non-stoichiometric titanium oxides; P. Paunovic et al.- 25. Photocatalytic activity of SnO2-doped SiO2@TiO2 nanocomposites; B. Czech et al.- 26. Phase transformation of RGO/SiO2 nanocomposites prepared by the sol-gel technique; A. Shalaby et al.- 27. Electrical properties of lithium ferrite nanoparticles dispersed in a styrene-isoprene-styrene copolymer matrix; S. Soreto Teixeira et al.- 28. Magneto-sensitive biocompatible adsorbents based on ferrites; L.P. Storozhuk et al.- 29. Structural, optical and electrical properties of ZnO thin films doped with Al, V and Nb, deposited by r.f. magnetron sputtering; K. Lovchinov et al.- 30. Breakdown phenomena during the growth of anodic films on antimony; Ch. Girginov et al.- 31. Stress measurements and optical studies of (AsSe)100-xAgx films for optical sensor applications; V. Ilcheva et al.- 32. Structure of Fe3O4(111) films on Pt(111) and Ru(0001): The role of epitaxial strain at the iron oxide/metal single crystal interface; M. Lewandowski et al.- 33. Physical properties of Bi2Te3 nanolayers; R. Zeipl et al.- 34. Effect of the Ge concentration on the photoformation of solid electrolytes in Ag/As-S-Ge thin films; I. Stratan et al.- 35. Optical and thermal properties of the Bi2 (Se1-xTex)3 system; A. Adam et al.- 36. Samarium doped borophosphate glasses and glass-ceramics for X-ray radiation sensing; D. Tonchev et al.- 37. Synthesis of nano- and submicron-sized crystals for the preparation of oxide glass-ceramics with advanced magnetic and dielectric properties; R. Harizanova et al.- 38. Nano-indentation study and photo-induced effects in amorphous As2Se3:SnX chalcogenides; D. Harea et al.- 39. BaTiO3-based glass-ceramics: Microstructure and phase composition; L. Vladislavova et al.- Part IV Applications.- 40. Nanocrystalline tellurium films: Fabrication and gas sensing properties; D. Tsiulyanu and A. Moraru.- 41. Technology for a highly sensitive sensor system based on competing modes in semiconductor lasers; S. Blom et al.- 42. Development of nanocomposite alpha-detectors based on silica matrices and organic scintillators; V.V. Seminko et al.- 43. Nanoparticles containing a copper chelator: A possible instrument for radiation protection; V.V. Vasilieva et al.- 44. Determination of the distribution of inhaled drugs in human airways by Raman spectroscopy; A. Kerekes et al.- 45. Synthetic micro- and nanocrystalline zeolites for environmental protection systems; S. Boycheva et al.- 46. Nano- and microsized phases in the WO3-ZnO-Nd2O3-Al2O3 system for applications in environmental monitoring; M. Ataalla et al.- 47. Nanoecological threats of nanofood and nanoparticles; G. Kharlamova et al.- 48. Artificial neural network modeling of Cd(II) ions adsorption on nano-porous inorganic sorbents; S. Kuvendziev et al.- 49. Nanostructured diamond electrodes for energy conversion applications; S. Pehlivanova et al.- 50. Structural study of perovskite materials for SOFCs applications; O. Koleva et al.- 51. Deposition of perylene diimide derivatives for dye-sensitized solar cells; N. Georgiev et al.- 52. Micromirror arrays for smart personal environments; A. Tatzel et al.- 53. Synthesis and characterization of novel oxides as active material in lithium ion batteries; D. Nicheva et al.- 54. Quantum information technology based on diamond: A step towards secure information transfer; C. Popov et al.- Index.


Titel: Nanoscience Advances in CBRN Agents Detection, Information and Energy Security
EAN: 9789401796965
ISBN: 978-94-017-9696-5
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Technik
Anzahl Seiten: 533
Gewicht: g
Größe: H33mm x B241mm x T165mm
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 2015

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