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  • af Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak
    524,95 - 822,95 kr.

  • af Kazuharu Arakawa
    1.105,95 - 1.978,95 kr.

    This volume provides comprehensive dry and wet experiments, methods, and applications on nanopore sequencing. Chapters guide readers through bioinformatic procedures, genome sequencing, analysis of repetitive regions, structural variations, rapid and on-site microbial identification, epidemiology, and transcriptome analysis. Written in the format of the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, each chapter includes an introduction to the topic, lists necessary materials and methods, includes tips on troubleshooting and known pitfalls, and step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Nanopore Sequencing: Methods and Protocols aims to be comprehensive guide for researchers.

  • af Sirimal Premakumara
    641,95 kr.

    This book reports five wild Ceylon cinnamon species from Sri Lankan forest reserves and the essential oil compositions of leaf, stem bark and root bark of the species. These wild cinnamon plants were collected by exploring four Sri Lankan forest reserves namely, Singharaja, Kanneliya, Ritigala and Nilgala. This is the first ever systematic exploration of Sri Lankan forest reserves for aromatic plants and their aroma chemicals.

  • af S. Shanmugam
    327,95 - 347,95 kr.

  • af Smrutirekha Swain
    382,95 kr.

    In "Inexpensive Hybrid Nanomaterials for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting," Smrutirekha Swain explores the exciting field of nanotechnology and its applications in photoelectrochemical water splitting. This book provides a comprehensive overview of various types of hybrid nanomaterials that can be synthesized at low cost and their potential for use in water splitting.The book begins with an introduction to the principles of photoelectrochemical water splitting and its importance as a renewable energy source. Swain then delves into the synthesis of hybrid nanomaterials, discussing various methods such as sol-gel, hydrothermal, and electrochemical techniques. The author also provides detailed information on the characterization of nanomaterials using techniques such as XRD, SEM, TEM, and UV-Vis spectroscopy.The book then moves on to the applications of hybrid nanomaterials in photoelectrochemical water splitting. Swain discusses the factors affecting the efficiency of water splitting using nanomaterials, such as bandgap engineering, surface modification, and heterojunction formation. The author also presents case studies on the use of various types of hybrid nanomaterials such as TiO2, ZnO, Fe2O3, and Cu2O, among others.Overall, "Inexpensive Hybrid Nanomaterials for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting" is an informative and insightful book for researchers, scientists, and engineers working in the field of nanotechnology and renewable energy.

  • af Gagik Ayvazyan
    358,95 kr.

    The book systematically accounts for the scientific and technological problems of nanostructured silicon in the form of porous and black silicon. Nanostructured silicon is currently a pioneer research topic worldwide due to its enormous potential applications for modern electronic devices, such as sensitive photodetectors, solar cells, biochemical sensors, hydrogen generators, and display devices. The main structural modifications of this nanomaterial are porous and black silicon. Porous silicon addresses crystalline silicon with nanopores and black silicon with nanoneedles. Historically, porous silicon is thought to be a kind of precursor to black silicon. The formation, research, and application of nanostructured silicon remains the main cornerstone of nanotechnologies, and this book is useful for a wide range of researchers in the fields of semiconductor physics, micro-, and nanoelectronics. The author outlines the prospect of black silicon fabrication and its various applications. As for porous silicon, the book contains a detailed analysis of this material as a precursor of black silicon. This allows it to be possible to carry out correlations between two structural modifications of nanostructured silicon to clearly and reasonably show their advantages and disadvantages. With many references to a vast resource of recently published literature, this book serves as an important and insightful source of valuable information and provides scientists and engineers with new ideas to better understand the formation processes of nanostructured silicon as well as improve and expand their properties.

  • af Ruby Aslam
    618,95 kr.

    This book highlights established research and technology on corrosion inhibitors and bio-waste management. It further discusses emerging aspects of utilizing food waste in the field of corrosion inhibition. The topics covered include overview on bio-waste and their management, different types of food waste (i.e., agricultural, vegetable and fruit/fruit juice, plant waste, slaughterhouse trash), and their application as corrosion inhibitors and mitigation of corrosion. It also discusses economic aspects and commercialization of food waste as corrosion inhibitors. The book is a valuable reference for beginners, researchers, and professionals working in the areas of sustainability, food waste management, and material science.

  • af K. Subramani
    407,95 kr.

    The book "Graphene-based Nanocomposites for Supercapacitors" by K. Subramani is a comprehensive guide to the world of graphene and its applications in the field of supercapacitors. The book covers a wide range of topics including graphene, nanocomposites, supercapacitors, electrochemical capacitors, energy storage, conductivity, polymer composites, graphene oxide, graphene nanoplatelets, hybrid materials, carbon materials, electrode materials, carbon nanotubes, electrolytes, functionalization, energy density, power density, charge-discharge cycles, high performance, electrical conductivity, chemical stability, mechanical strength, surface area, porosity, energy conversion, renewable energy, electrochemical properties, thin films, composite films, flexible electronics, high surface energy, 2D materials, nanotechnology, electrochemical performance, electrical double layer capacitance, pseudocapacitance, doping, redox reactions, charge storage mechanisms, interface engineering, electrodeposition, microwave irradiation, vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, nanoparticle synthesis, and characterization techniques such as scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and Raman spectroscopy.The book is a valuable resource for researchers, scientists, and engineers working in the field of energy storage and supercapacitors. It provides a detailed insight into the properties of graphene and its composites, their synthesis methods, and their applications in supercapacitors. The book also discusses various techniques for enhancing the electrochemical performance of supercapacitors, including electrodeposition, microwave irradiation, and vapor deposition. Additionally, the book provides a comprehensive overview of the various characterization techniques used to analyze graphene-based materials.Overall, "Graphene-based Nanocomposites for Supercapacitors" is a highly informative and comprehensive guide that offers a detailed understanding of the latest advancements in the field of supercapacitors and their potential applications in renewable energy systems.

  • af Megh R Goyal
    1.697,95 kr.

    Vol 1 discusses nanotechnological applications in food processing, packaging, and preservation, focusing on nanoparticles for safe and nutritional food production, protecting crops from pests, increasing nutritional value, and providing solutions for various environmental issues.

  • af Anushree S. Lokur
    1.475,95 kr.

    This book discusses the applications of nanotechnology in clinical microbiology, food microbiology, and green solutions of nanoparticles using microorganisms for a range of benefits. It describes nanotechnology¿s rapid progress in the development of materials used in industry, medicine, drug delivery, and dentistry. The authors further explore how microbiology and nanotechnology separately have proven to be effective for human health solutions keeping an ecological and environmental balance. Domains covered include environmental microbiology, medical microbiology, food microbiology (to control food spoilage), biosynthesis of nanomaterials using microorganisms, water microbiology, nanofluidic devices for isolation and analysis of individual biomolecules such as DNA that can lead to a new detection scheme for cancer, and various fields such as pharmacy, clinical research, agriculture etc. This book will be essential reading to a wide range of scholars and researchers interestedin microbiology along with nanotechnology applications for efficient solutions to cancer detection, biosensors, vaccines research, agriculture, wastewater management etc.

  • af Ivan A. Parinov
    2.337,95 kr.

    This book presents 60 selected peer-reviewed contributions from the international conference Physics and Mechanics of New Materials and Their Applications, PHENMA 2023 (3-8 October, 2023, Surabaya, Indonesia), focusing on processing techniques, physics, mechanics, and applications of advanced materials. The book describes a broad spectrum of promising nanostructures, crystal structures, materials, and composites with unique properties. It presents nanotechnological design approaches, environmental-friendly processing techniques, and physicochemical as well as mechanical studies of advanced materials. The selected contributions describe recent progress in energy harvesting and piezoelectric materials optimization, electromagnetoelastic actuators for nanotechnology research, impedance spectroscopy and study of ceramic materials, catalyst synthesis and control of morphological characteristics, synthesis and study of electrocatalysts for fuel cells. The presented results are important forongoing efforts concerning the theory, modelling, and testing of advanced materials. Other results are devoted to the analysis of technogenic raw materials and different material applications in science, technique and industry.

  • af Shadia Jamil Ikhmayies
    1.390,95 kr.

    This book covers various subtopics of catalyst research. It provides essential background material on key concepts in catalyst technologies, along with recent developments in synthesis methods. The book delves into diverse areas such as photocatalysis, electrocatalysis, biocatalysis, and heterogeneous catalysis, offering a detailed exploration of their respective advancements, advantages, disadvantages, and applications in different catalytic reactions. It also presents fundamental ideas and overviews of noble-metal-free bifunctional electrocatalysts for overall water splitting in alkaline medium, catalytic nitrite reduction, and the utilization of catalysts supported on various materials like CeO2, Nb2O5, ZrO2, TiO2, ¿-Al2O3, SiO2, and ZSM-5 for the removal of high concentrations of nitrite in water. Moreover, the book provides insights into topics such as polyphenol oxidase mimics as catalysts, ferrites nanoparticles/graphene oxide nanoparticles and their composites as enzyme mimics and photocatalysts, electrochemical approaches with basic concepts and materials for hydrogen technologies, as well as recent advances and applications of modified-semiconductor photocatalysts in pollutant degradation. For scientists and researchers, the book offers a wealth of recent experimental and computational results, along with in-depth discussions. Some of the specific areas covered include sphalerite ZnS nanoparticles (NPs) synthesized via solvothermal method, incorporating various ruthenium (Ru) concentrations. Additionally, the book explores the modification of TiO2 as SO4/TiO2 acid and CaO/TiO2 base catalysts, and their applications in converting waste frying oil into biodiesel.

  • af Mustafa Eginligil
    522,95 kr.

    This book highlights the photogalvanic effects at low dimensions, surfaces, and interfaces, more specifically 2D materials, such as graphene and monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides. Although the phenomenology of the photogalvanic effects, which can be simply seen as photoresponse nonlinear-in-electric field, have been well-established, the microscopic understanding in each material system may vary. This book is a quick reference and a detailed roadmap starting from phenomenology and continuing with the ultimate low dimensional materials, in which the photogalvanic effects can offer a rich platform at the second-order response to an electric field. A general phenomenology of photogalvanic effect is provided in the first chapter, together with the photon drag effect which also generates a photocurrent like the photogalvanic effect, but with some distinct features, as well as somewhat puzzling similarities. Next two chapters explain these effects in graphene, starting with a necessary related background on graphene, then a particular focus on its specific phenomenology, microscopic theory, and experimental results. In a similar fashion, in chapters four and five, a necessary background for the photogalvanic effects in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides, with symmetry analysis, microscopic theory, and experimental results is presented, along with the Berry curvature dependent photocurrent, which can also play an important role in 2D semiconductors. The second-order photogalvanic effects that have been covered so far in graphene and monolayer transition metal chalcogenides have already excited the 2D semiconductor optoelectronic research community by several means. It seems that the interests on the photogalvanic effects will continue to escalate in near future.

  • af Hongliang Ren
    732,95 - 1.022,95 kr.

  • af Manish Srivastava
    1.730,95 - 1.758,95 kr.

  • af Ivan A. Parinov, Shun-Hsyung Chang, Nao-Aki Noda & mfl.
    1.980,95 - 2.727,95 kr.

  • af Anjali B
    442,95 kr.

    "Predicting Barrier Reduction and Fluorescence with MEP" is a comprehensive book written by Anjali B, which presents the latest advancements in the field of quantum and computational chemistry. The book discusses the role of Molecular Electrostatic Potential (MEP) in predicting barrier reduction and fluorescence in molecules. The book aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and computational methods that can be used to predict these properties in various molecules.The book covers a broad range of topics related to quantum and computational chemistry, including Density Functional Theory (DFT), Electronic Structure, Molecular Orbitals, Chemical Reactivity, Reaction Mechanisms, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Synthesis, Chemical Bonding, Molecular Dynamics, Molecular Modeling, Force Fields, Molecular Recognition, Drug Design, Protein-Ligand Interactions, Bioinformatics, Enzymatic Catalysis, Material Science, Nanotechnology, Surface Science, Spectroscopy, NMR, IR, UV-Vis, Raman, X-ray Crystallography, Mass Spectrometry, Chemometrics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, Statistical Analysis, High-Performance Computing, Quantum Computing, and Scientific Visualization.The book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and professionals in the field of chemistry who are interested in using computational methods to predict the properties of molecules. The book provides an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and computational techniques used in predicting barrier reduction and fluorescence in molecules, and it is an essential reference for anyone interested in this field. The book also discusses the practical applications of these methods in drug design, material science, and other fields, making it an indispensable resource for researchers in these areas. Overall, "Predicting Barrier Reduction and Fluorescence with MEP" is a highly informative and useful book that provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art in the field of quantum and computational chemistry.

  • af S. Karthika
    432,95 kr.

    "Ice-templated Polymer Hybrids: Structure and Properties" written by S. Karthika is a comprehensive book that explores the fascinating world of macroporous particle polymer hybrid assemblies, which are created through ice-templating techniques. The book delves into the complex structure and properties of these materials, providing an in-depth analysis of their physical, chemical, and mechanical characteristics.The author discusses the various methods used in the fabrication of these materials, including cryogenic solidification, templating, solvent evaporation, and polymerization. The book covers the characterization techniques used to evaluate the morphological and microstructural properties of these materials. It also explores the different properties exhibited by these materials, including mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical, and chemical properties, along with their surface area and porosity.The book highlights the importance of these materials in various fields, including nanotechnology, biomedical applications, tissue engineering, drug delivery, scaffolds, energy storage, catalysis, adsorption, separation, membrane, environmental applications, water treatment, and gas separation. The author provides an extensive discussion on the sustainable aspects of these materials, renewable resources, and biomass utilization. The book also covers the application of nanoparticles, rheology, colloids, and nanocomposites in the context of these materials.Overall, "Ice-templated Polymer Hybrids: Structure and Properties" is an invaluable resource for materials science and engineering students, researchers, and professionals interested in the design and synthesis of macroporous particle polymer hybrid assemblies, their unique properties, and their potential applications in a variety of fields.

  • af Shuichiro Ogawa
    939,95 kr.

    This book is an introductory text for graduate students, researchers in industries, and those who are just beginning to work on organic electronics materials, devices and their applications. The book includes mainly fundamental principles and theories for understanding organic electronics materials and devices, but also provides information about state-of-the-art technologies, applications and future prospects. These topics encompass physics for organic transistors, structure control technologies of polymer semiconductors, nanomaterials electronics, organic solar cells, organic electroluminescence and dynamics for excitation, among others. In this second edition, the topics that have had particular progress in the field of organic electronics over the past seven years were added. For example, Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF) technology for organic LED, the development of perovskite materials, light-emitting materials using nanomaterials and the development of skin sensors and wearable/embedded devices. The recent scientific understanding of organic electronics is also introduced. This book will help readers to be able to contribute to society with the technologies and science of organic electronics materials in the future.

  • af Anika Granthika
    342,95 kr.

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  • af Alexander Govorov
    548,95 kr.

    This Brief presents a historical overview of the Förster-type nonradiative energy transfer and a compilation of important progress in FRET research, starting from Förster until today, along with a summary of the current state-of-the-art. Here the objective is to provide the reader with a complete account of important milestones in FRET studies and FRET applications as well as a picture of the current status.

  • af Rabia Javed
    3.167,95 kr.

    This book accumulates the most recent advancements in the field of bioengineering regarding hybrid science named nanobiotechnology and enriches the readers with vast and comprehensive knowledge about different biomedical applications of nanomaterials. It includes drug and gene delivery, tissue engineering, antimicrobial properties, hyperthermia, cancer therapy, bioimaging, biosensing, photoablation therapy, etc., utilizing the potential of different nanomaterials that are helpful for the well-being of diseased individuals. Furthermore, the concerns about multidrug-resistant microorganisms are increasing daily in the healthcare system. Since conventional therapies fail to combat various infectious diseases, novel nanotechnology techniques provide an alternative approach to developing innovative biomaterials. The novel features of nanomaterials need to be exploited for use in the biomedical engineering domain. They should be fabricated so that the novel multifunctional nanomaterials notonly improve drug efficacy but also reduce their side effects. Moreover, a detailed understanding of the nanotoxicological effects of promising biomedical nanomaterials should necessarily be explored using the cell culture approach. Corona of nanomaterials should be investigated in detail to determine its fate in the biological system regarding safety concerns. This is the most important feature that is novel and explored in this book and would be very helpful for customers like clinicians, scientists, engineers, and technicians who will gain extensive knowledge from this book and work together to get the desired results in the healthcare sector.

  • af Lovely Ranjita
    397,95 kr.

    The scientific and technological developments in the field of materials science and engineering have taken multiple strides in the social growth of mankind in the past century. It is the result of these innovations that in the world of today, materials extensively dominate several sectors like structural engineering, transportation engineering, aerospace engineering, communication engineering, electrochemical and health of biomedical engineering. Surrounded by the vast array of materials, ionic materials in the past few decades have added a new dimension for the growth of science and technology termed as Polymer Electrolytes (PEs). It is the result of these advances that in the world of today, polymer electrolytes are dominating in ionic materials. Continuous efforts have been devoted to develop newer ion conducting materials and their distinctive properties have brought to vanguard their applications for electrochemical devices such as electrochromic windows, supercapacitors, high energy density batteries, micro/nano electrochemical sensors etc. but the ion conducting polymers called polymer electrolytes are receiving remarkable attention because of their immense potential applications.  Although, liquid electrolytes (LEs) show excellent electrochemical performance but suffer from limitations resulting them to be conveniently replaced with PEs such as low operating temperature range, liquid oozing, internal short circuiting and the encapsulation of a liquid is difficult which restricts the shape and size of electrochemical devices. On the other hand, solid polymer electrolytes (SPEs) are stable at higher temperatures but they are limited by their conformality  and have relatively lower conductivity. Currently, there is no such electrolyte that meets all the qualifications but gel polymer electrolytes (GPEs) are attractive candidates for such a system. The fundamentals of GPEs with respect to conductivity and cation solvation are the important parameters for the development of various electrochemical devices.

  • af Dheeraj Kumar Singh
    773,95 - 1.105,95 kr.

    This book highlights recent advances and evolution of various nanomaterials and their potential in diverse research fields. The book covers the synthesis and characterization of various nanomaterials, followed by discussion on desired applications such as clean and green renewable energy, coating, sensors, thermal applications, microelectronics, biomedical applications such as drug carriers, nutrition, biosensors and detection of cancer cells.  The chapters in this book not only illustrate the capability of nanomaterials in such novel usages but also reveal their potential drawbacks and the possible ways to overcome the pitfalls. The book covers interdisciplinary research advancement of nanomaterials, beneficial for researchers and professionals working in both science and engineering.

  • af N. Shanmugasundaram
    344,95 kr.

    "Electrical Machines - I Laboratory Manual" has been developed for undergraduate students in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and related engineering programs in India. This manual comprehensively covers a range of machines, including static machines (transformers) and rotating machines (DC machines), addressing fundamental concepts and testing methods. The latest revision aligns with curriculum updates. The manual includes exercises on the characteristics of Electrical Machines, focusing on teaching the performance attributes of Transformers and DC Machines. It serves as a detailed record of experiment-related work. The record is designed to be thorough enough for individuals with a similar technical background to replicate the experiment and data by following the laboratory notebook. The authors express gratitude to all department staff members for their valuable suggestions and contributions. Dr. N. ShanmugasundaramDr. K. SushitaDr. S. Vijayaraj

  • af Maulin P. Shah
    1.134,95 kr.

    Environmental pollution is a worldwide concern now. A major section of the world population is struggling for drinking water. Polluted soil is resulting into low agricultural productivity and thus creating challenges in the way of sustainable livelihood of a large section of human population. Biological treatment can offer both green solutions for wastewater treatment and resource recovery as well. Like algal-based systems can be utilized for wastewater treatment and production of biofuels from the biomass grown on the wastewater. Bio-based nanomaterials have been extensively studied for their employability in the health care, process optimization, water resource management, dealing with environmental pollutants, biosensors, and many others. Bioprospecting of novel biological agents, bio-based products, and bioresource recovery are paving the way for sustainable development as they are providing local solutions for a number of problems.In this proposed book, we start with the introduction to bio-nanotechnological principles and later on discuss bio-based nanomaterials employability for a diverse range of applications from environment to energy to health care. This book provides with current trends in bio-nanotechnology for anthropogonic purposes, prospects, challenges, and way forward.

  • af Lejla Gurbeta Pokvi¿
    2.387,95 - 2.712,95 kr.

  • af Wenwen Song
    1.304,95 kr.

    This book offers new insights into the process of adjusting nanostructures in high-strength steels to achieve enhanced mechanical properties. It summarizes the state-of-the-art nanoengineering approaches, such as precipitation engineering, interface engineering, and short-range ordering engineering. The book explores the nanostructure-process-property relationships in various high-strength steels, including TRIP/TWIP/MBIP in high-Mn steels (HMnS), medium-Mn steels (MMnS), bearing steels, tool steels, and more. The author investigates a novel approach to control the phase transformation process during deformation and/or thermal treatment in steels, employing both experimental and theoretical tools.

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