Nanoparticles Synthesis, Stabillization, Passivation and Functionalization
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Nanoparticles Synthesis, Stabillization, Passivation and Functionalization by Ramanathan Nagarajan
Book DescriptionRecent advances in the synthesis, stabilization, passivation and functionalization of a wide range of metal, metal oxide, semiconductor and other inorganic, polymer, organic, carbon and biological nanoparticles are reported in this book. Diverse shapes of nanoparticles are discussed here including spheres, cubes, nanorods, nanowires, nanotubes, nanocapsules, and nanopyramids. In the section on metals, one can find description of colloidal and wet chemical approaches to synthesize nanoparticles, methods to control number of functional groups and to attain aqueous dispersibility, impact of stabilizers on SERS activity, and ways to tune plasmon resonance via nanoparticle shapes. A time dependent density functional theory to evaluate adsorption properties of passivating ligands is also developed. The section on metal oxides describes surfactant aided formation and stabilization of iron oxide nanoparticles, the synthesis of titania nanotubes, and a hydrothermal condensation method to prepare nanowires of vanadium pentoxide. The section on semiconductor and inorganic nanoparticles includes details of the preparation of quantum dot surfactants as Langmuir Blodgett films, the synthesis of fluorinated organics silica composite nanoparticles, the kinetics of silver sulfide nanoparticle formation, the preparation of ultra bright silica nanoparticles and of nanoporous membranes from silica nanoparticle crystalline films, and a comprehensive view of microwave synthesis methods. The section on polymeric nanoparticles describes a ligand exchange strategy to synthesize polymer functionalized ferromagnetic nanoparticles, ROMP polymerization to produce polymer overlayers on nanoparticles, colloidal approaches to polysaccharide covered nanoparticles, and self assembly approach to stable polymer nanoparticles of controlled size. The final section includes a novel method to crystallize organic nanorods as branches on semiconductor nanoparticles, the use of tobacco mosaic virus as a template to prepare composite nanofibers, the synthesis of antibody functionalized gold nanorods of various aspect ratios for SPR based biosensing, and methods to stabilize aqueous dispersions of single wall carbon nanotubes using gamma cyclodextrins. In a fast growing field, this book offers both the beginning and advanced researchers, important details on creating nanomaterials and fruitful directions to follow.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780841269699
(236mm x 160mm x 25mm)
Imprint: Oxford University Press Inc
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Publish Date: 6-Nov-2008
Country of Publication: United States
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Author Biography - Ramanathan Nagarajan
Ramanathan Nagarajan retired as emeritus professor of chemical engineering from Penn State and is currently a research scientist at the Natick Soldier RD&E Center. He has been guest editor of Colloids and Surfaces and Advances in Colloid and Interface Science. He had the distinction of serving as the Chair of the 62nd, 72nd, and 76th Colloid and Surface Science Symposia and also as the Program Chair of the ACS Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry. T. Alan Hatton is Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the School of Chemical Engineering Practice at MIT. He has served as editor of Colloids and Surfaces, and is on the editorial boards of Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science and Separation and Purification. He instituted an Engineering Foundation Conference on Applications of Structured Fluids and Interfaces and was co-chair of the 73rd Colloid and Surface Science Symposium.
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