New Materials: Preparation, Properties and Applications in the Aspect of Nanotechnology

Andrey G. Syrkov (Editor)
Department of General and Technical Physics, The Saint Petersburg State Mining University, St. Petersburg, Russia

Kirill L. Levine (Editor)
Telecommunication Academy, named after S.M. Budienny, St. Petersburg, Russia

Series: Nanotechnology Science and Technology
BISAC: TEC027000

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This book covers a wide field of theoretical and experimental investigations of organic and inorganic systems: preparation methods, functional properties characterization and modification and practical applications.

The first section includes studies in carbon structures of reduced dimensionality. Covered topics are: thermodynamic modeling of the behavior of fullerenes at heating in Argon, studying carbon nanotubes by X-ray diffraction, modelling of oscillating systems by cognitive digital systems.

The number of chapters describes the structural investigations of a wide variety of materials such as different sorts of steel in grained modification for mining equipment, elements of rock-breaking, crushing and grinding equipment; degradation of dielectrics, including nanostructured dielectrics, by migratory polarization.

Quantum chemical calculations were traditionally of a special interest of modelling nanostructured nuclei’s. This method was applied to study titanium and vanadium nanocoating’s formation from gas phase and to study quaternary ammonium compounds for modification of metal surfaces. Quantum-chemical calculations in bio-medical aspect made possible visualization ischemia-reperfusion injury using indocyanine green.

The final paper in the section contains a scientific essay, where peculiarities of quantum mechanics are traversed through findings of nanotechnology.

Section 2 includes the chapters related to preparation methods for the materials containing various components.
It is opened by research of nanoporous alumina, which is a promising material for printed circuit boards. Heat flow distribution was found to possess some interesting features.

Physical properties of electrochemically grown metallic filaments studied by electron microscopy anddiversity from dendritic to fractal structure was described.

Fractal thematic was also addressed with simulation of breakdown in plasma channel.

Section 3 is focused on the possibility of using new nanomaterials of different composition and design as powders for corundum ceramics, perfluorsulfonic membranes, refining noble methods from ultrafine valuable components, metals regeneration from oxide, and surface nanostructuring laser mechanisms.

Mentoring aspect – education of the young researchers involved in nanoscience and technology – is covered in chapter “Students Training on “Nanoengineering”, which is also a very important and promising scientific field.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1. Modeling of Fullerenes C32 Heating in Argon: Thermodynamic Computer Experiment
(Nick M. Barbin, Vasiliy P. Dan, Dmitriy I. Terentiev and Sergey G. Alekseev, Ural Institute of State Fire Service of Emercom of Russia, Ekaterinburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 2. Cluster Model of Graphitized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
(D. V. Loginov, V. B. Pikulev, A. N. Matveeva, S. V. Loginova, Petrozavodsk State University, Petrozavodsk, Russia)

Chapter 3. Transformation Modeling of Nanostructures by Cognitive Systems According to Big Smart Data
(Evgeniy G. Bryndin, Research Centre "Nature Informatics", Novosibirsk, Russia)

Chapter 4. Grain Size Reduction in the Material Structure as an Effective Method of Increasing the Wear Resistance of Quick-Wear Elements of Mining Equipment
(Victor I. Bolobov, Stanislav A. Chupin, Ilya I. Mishin and Konstantin V. Karpov, Saint Petersburg Mining University, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 5. Degradation of Ionic Dielectrics under the Influence of Migratory Polarization
(Nikolai S. Pshchelko and Kirill L. Levine, Telecommunication Academy named after S.M. Budienny, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 6. Nanodiagnostics of Construction Materials
(Nikolai S. Pshchelko and Kirill L. Levine, Telecommunication Academy named after S.M. Budienny, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 7. The Influence of the Relative Concentrations of VOCl3 and TiCl4 Vapors in the Gas Mixture on the Composition of Vanadium-Titanium-Containing Nanocoatings on the Silica
(E. O. Drozdov and S .D. Dubrovenski, Department of Chemical Nanotechnology and Materials of Electronic Equipment, Saint-Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 8. Quantum-Chemical Modeling of Quaternary Ammonium Compounds for Modification of Metal Surface
(I. V. Pleskunov, V. R. Kabirov, A. G. Syrkov and N. R. Prokopchuk, IMC Montan, London, Great Britain)

Chapter 9. Quatum-Chemical Justification of Using Indocyanine Green for Intravital Visualization of Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury
(D.T., Musina and V. R.Kabirov, Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University, Saint Petersburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 10. Spectral and Kinetic Parameters of Triplet States of Acylic Derivatives Polycyclic Hydrocarbon
(Y.S. Glukhova and A.I. Ponyaev, Department of Material Science, Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 11. Some Peculiarities of Nanoworld from the Position of Modern Quantum Mechanics
(V. I. Margolin and V. A. Tupik, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University ETU “LETI”, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 12. Thermal Flows in a PCB from Aluminum with Alumina Oxide Generated by a Linear Heat Source
(E. Muratova, V. Moshnikov, I. Vrublevsky, K. Chernyakova, A. Petlitsky and N. Lushpa, Department of Micro- and Nanoelectronics, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University ETU “LETI”, Saint Petersburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 13. Using the Method of SEM Image Processing to Study the Morphology of Porous Anodic Alumina Films
(N. V. Lushpa, Dinh Huu Tai, K. V. Chernyakova, I. A. Vrublevsky, E.N. Muratova, Yu.M. Spivak and V.A. Moshnikov, Department of Micro- and Nanoelectronics, BSUIR, Minsk, Belarus, and others))

Chapter 14. Radial Distribution of the Thermoelectric Parameters in BixSb2-xTe3 Solid Solution Produced by Hot Extrusion
(Sergey A. Nemova and Arseny A. Rulimova, Peter the Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University, Saint Petersburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 15. Nanoscale Range Metal’s Filamentous Powders of Cubic System
(V. I. Kulinich, E.I Bublikov, V. V Rybalko and S. A. Debeeva, South Russian State Polytechnic University, Novocherkassk, Russia, and others)

Chapter 16. Characterization of Microplasma Breakdown in Semiconductor Structures Based on Fractal Analysis
(S. D. Khanin and A. S. Shashkina, S. M. Budienny Telecommunication Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 17. Activation of the Surface of Alumina Powders for Sintering Ceramics
(S. P. Bogdanov, N. A. Khristyuk, V. V. Kozlov and A. Dolgin, Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 18. Porous Structure and Sorption Capacity of Perfluorosulfonic Membrane MF-4SK
(N. A. Lapatin, A.N. Borisov and V. N. Pak, Laboratory of surfaces, Herzen State Pedagogical University, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 19. On the Use of Microwave Treatment of Gold-Containing Concentrates for Its Efficient Processing
(T. N. Aleksandrova, A. V. Afanasova and N. V. Nikolaeva, Mineral Processing Department, Saint Petersburg Mining University, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 20. Regeneration of the Metal Oxidizer in the Near-Surface Layer as the Most Successful Variant of the Macrocycle in the Mechanism of Heterogeneous Heterophase Oxidation of the Metal
(S. D. Pozhidaeva ad A. M. Ivanov, Department of Fundamental Chemistry and Chemical Technology, South-West State University, Kursk, Russia)

Chapter 21. Research of Nanostructuring of Metal Surfaces by the Nanobar Code Processing
(Eugeny Pryakhin and Ivan Malyushin, Science of Materials Department, Saint Petersburg Mining University, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 22. Raman Spectroscopy as a Method for Studying the Composition of Films of Compounds AIIBVI, AIIIBV on a SiC/Si Heterostructure
(Nina M. Sergeeva and Sergei P. Bogdanov, Department of Theoretical Foundations of Materials Science, Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 23. Mott-Schottky Analysis of Multi-Layered Graphenes for Application in Electrochemical Charge Storage Devices
(Kirill L. Levine, Rojerio V. Jelamo, Irina U. Sapurina, Nikolai S. Pshchelko and Vyacheslav A. Doronin, S.M. Budienny Telecommunication Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 24. Investigation the Absorption Spectra of Dialysate Output Line in the Hemodialysis Process to Create Biosensors
(A. O. Belorus, A. I. Pastukhov, I. M. Pleshanov, V. L. Koshevoi, A. V. Krechkevich and D. Sherimov, Department of Micro- and Nanoelectronics, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University ETU “LETI”, Saint Petersburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 25. Professional Orientated Education System on Nanoengineering
(Y. V. Panfilov, S. B. Nesterov and Y. B. Tsvetkov, Electronic Technology in Machinery Department, Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia)

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