Concept, Property and Application of Micro/Nanostructured Materials


Jinjin Li and Sen Du, Ph.D. (Editors)
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, P.R. China

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC027000

From the perspectives of theory and experiment, this book introduces several different micro/nanostructure materials, including the Mg-based alloy materials, carbon nanotubes and graphene-based materials, micro-crystals, nanostructured Al-SiC composites, optomechanical systems, compound containing functional groups, and biologically active diazoles. Using this book, readers will be able to understand, derive, and confidently implement the relevant phenomena in other complex micro/nanostructures that have not been investigated by traditional methods. Dozens of figures and diagrams throughout this book enhance the understandability through visualization of experimental techniques and computational procedures. Meanwhile, the extensive references and detailed index allow for the further exploration of this evolving area. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject for graduates and researchers within material science, quantum chemistry, as well as atomic, molecular and solid-state physics.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Mg-Based Bulk Metallic Glass Composite with High Bio-Corrosion Resistance and Excellent Mechanical Properties (pp. 1-20)
(X. L. Zhang, G. Chen and J. L. Sun)

Chapter 2. Some Recent and Remarkable Applications of Carbon Nanotube and Graphene Based Materials (pp. 21-66)
(Banu Süngü Mýsýrlýoðlu and Zeynep Güven Özdemir)

Chapter 3. Multiferroic Single Crystals with Layered Structure in Pb-Mn-Ni-Ti-O System – Growth and Investigation of Their Properties (pp. 67-106)
(V. Tomov, K.Buchkov, A. Galluzzi, M.Polichetti, K. Nenkovd. and S. Pace)

Chapter 4. Growth of Sapphire Shaped Crystals by the Noncapillary Shaping (NCS) Technique (pp. 107-128)
(S. N. Rossolenko, I. A. Shikunova, K. I. Zaytse and, V. N. Kurlov)

Chapter 5. Investigation on Wear and Corrosion Resistance of Nanostructured Al1050–SiC Composite Produced by the Accumulative Roll Bonding Process
(pp. 129-160)
(I. Danaee)

Chapter 6. Light Manipulation with a Cavity Optomechanical System (pp. 161-174)
(Wei He – Ka-Di Zhu and Jinjin Li)

Chapter 7. Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Compound Containing Functional Groups Such as Hydrazone and Oxime (pp. 175-212)
(Nezihe Çalýþkan, Çiðdem Yüksektepe Ataol, Numan Kurban, Pelin Kurnaz and Hümeyra Bati)

Chapter 8. Review: An Experimental (Synthesis, NMR and Crystallography) and Theoretical Study of Three Biologically Active Diazoles (pp. 213-232)
(Dinesha, S. Viveka, G. Vasantha and G.K. Nagaraja)

About the Editors (pp. 233-234)

Index (pp. 235)

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