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Inorganic nanowires

M. Meyyappan

Inorganic nanowires

applications, properties, and characterization

by M. Meyyappan

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nanowires,
  • Inorganic compounds,
  • Materials

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementM. Meyyappan, Mahendra K. Sunkara.
    SeriesNanomaterials and their applications
    ContributionsSunkara, Mahendra K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7874.85 .M493 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23697176M
    ISBN 109781420067828
    LC Control Number2009034836


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Nanowires are one-dimensional, anisotropic structures, small in diameter, and large in surface-to-volume ratio. Their physical properties are different than those of structures of other scales and dimensionality.

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Presenting essential information on both popular and. Inorganic Nanowires: Applications, Properties, and Characterization (Meyyappan, M. and Sunkara, M., Eds.) [Book Reviews] Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine 5(1) March Author: Steve Tung. In this article, we describe the synthesis, structure and properties of nanowires of various inorganic materials, which include elements, oxides, nitrides, carbides and chalcogenides.

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covering bulk materials as well as nanowires, thin films, nanomembranes for application in light emitting diodes, photodetectors. This book deals with the theoretical and computational simulation of monoperiodic nanostructures for different classes of inorganic substances.

These simulations are related to their synthesis and experimental studies. A theoretical formalism is developed to describe 1D nanostructures with symmetric shapes and morphologies. The growth of metal nanowires using membranes as hard templates is reviewed. The method provides access to arrays of single-crystal metal nanowires and to quasi-one-dimensional metal nanostructures with controlled compositional variation along their length.

Recent applications of these kinds of nanowires to problems in superconductivity, optical Cited by: S.-Z. Qiao, G.Q. Max Lu, in Modern Inorganic Synthetic Chemistry (Second Edition), CVD Growth Process for Ultrathin Nanowires.

Ultrathin nanowires are considered to be less than 10 nm in diameter in most of the literature, although increasing interest is emerging in nanowires below 2–3 nm. Such ultrathin nanowires are of. The first edition of his monograph Theoretical Modeling of Inorganic Nanostructures: Symmetry and ab-initio Calculations of Nanolayers, Nanotubes and Nanowires was published by Springer in He is a Foreign Member of the Latvian Academy of Science (from ), and a recipient of the Humboldt Foundation Award ().

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Yet. From the book: Nanotubes and Nanowires: Edition 2 Nanowires and nanorods of inorganic materials constitute an important class of one-dimensional materials and became a subject of serious investigation after the discovery of carbon nanotubes.

These nanomaterials have already found uses because of the interesting optical, electrical, magnetic. Silicon nanowires, also referred to as SiNWs, are a type of semiconductor nanowire most often formed from a silicon precursor by etching of a solid or through catalyzed growth from a vapor or liquid phase.

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More information: "Graphene-templated directional growth of an inorganic nanowire" Nature Nanotechnology, DOI: /nnano Abstract Assembling inorganic nanomaterials on graphene is of. Nanotubes and Nanowires: Recent Developments S. Vivekchand Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Chemistry and Physics of Materials, Unit and DST Unit on Nanoscience, Jakkur P.

O., BangaloreIndiaCited by: 3. An inorganic nanotube is a cylindrical molecule often composed of metal oxides, or group III-Nitrides and morphologically similar to a carbon nic nanotubes have been observed to occur naturally in some mineral deposits.

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Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the properties and reactivity of all chemical elements. Advanced interests focus on understanding the role of metals in biology and the environment, the design and properties of materials for energy and information technology, fundamental studies on the reactivity of main group and transition elements, and.

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Inorganic Nanowires Uniqueness of nanowires - Confinement effects - Large surface area - Transport carriers, photons, and ions - Facile strain relaxation - Well-defined nanoscale domain Nanowires Diameter nm, Length up to μm. Inorganic Nanowires è un libro di Meyyappan M., Sunkara Mahendra K.

edito da Crc Press a dicembre - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul sitola. This volume is intended to orient the reader in the fast developing field of semiconductor nanowires, by providing a series of self-contained monographs focusing on various nanowire-related topics.

Each monograph serves as a short review of previous results in the literature and description of methods used in the field, as well as a summary of the authors recent. Abstract: High aspect ratio inorganic structures with at least one dimension between 1 and nm, such as nanotubes, nanowires, and nanorods, have attracted a keen interest both for fundamental research and for advanced applications because of their unique and fascinating properties, largely contributing to the rise of nanoscience as a new discipline of scientific.

laboratory directed toward controlled growth of inorganic nanowires. The organization is as follows. In Section1, we describethevapor±liquid±solid(VLS)mechanismfornano-wiregrowth used inthis study.

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