By Valentin N. Popov (auth.), Eugenia Buzaneva, Peter Scharff (eds.)
A compendium of novel details on molecular-scale technology and the applying of nanocarbon, nanosilicon and biopolymer built-in nanosystems.
During the twentieth century, molecular-scale technological know-how and nanotechnology built quickly, resulting in the development of leading edge fabrics - nanosystens from molecules (fullerenes), supramolecules (nanotubes, peapods, polymers, biopolymers (DNA, protein and their complexes) and semiconductor nanoparticles (nano-Si, SiOx, Si/SiGe dots, steel nanowires). This ebook offers interesting new advancements of the early twenty first century. major development has been made in nanotechnology of creating blocks for built-in nanosystems, unmarried and assembled molecules, nanoparticles characterisation, and multifunctional functions of nanosystems.
The realisation and the appliance of novel multifunctional nanosystems in electronics, optics, biomedicine (nano-bioelectronic units according to DNA and proteins, silicon nanocrystal reminiscence units, monolithically built-in silicon photonics, nanocapsules, biosensor nanosystems) are defined via renowned specialists.
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