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edited by Knut Rurack and Ramón Martínez-Máñez
出版情報: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2010  xxxiv, 766 p., [16] p. of plates ; 25 cm
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Preface
Editors and Contributors
Abbreviations
Hybrid (Nano)Materials Meet Supramolecular Chemistry: A Brief Introduction to Basic Terms and Concepts / Knut Rurack ; Ramón Martínez-Máñez1:
Supramolecular Chemistry at the Mesoscale / Katsuhiko Ariga ; Gary J. Richards ; Jonathan P. Hill ; Ajayan Vinu ; Toshiyuki Mori2:
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials / Part 1:
Silica-Based Mesoporous Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Material / Frank Hoffmann ; Michael Fröba3:
Modified Gold Nanoparticles and Surfaces / Paolo Pengo ; Lucia Pasquato4:
Organically Functionalized Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Synthesis, Properties and System Design for Optoelectronic Applications / Peter Reiss ; Julia de Girolamo ; Adam Pron5:
Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for Bioapplications / Lingrong Gu ; Fushen Lu ; Pengju G. Luo ; Haifang Wang ; Mohammed J. Meziani ; Ya-Ping Sun6:
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Coordination Polymers / Shin-Ichiro Noro ; Susumu Kitagawa7:
Improvement-of Signaling and Sensing by Organization on Surfaces / Part 2:
Nanoparticle and Biomolecular-Nanoparticle Hybrid Supramolecular Complexes for Electrochemical Signaling / Ronen Polsky ; Jason C. Harper ; Susan M. Brozik8:
Modified Nanoparticles as Nanoelectrocatalysts and Amplifying Sensors / Shaojun Guo ; Erkang Wang ; Xiurong Yang9:
Signal Generation with Gold Nanoparticles: Photophyskal Properties for Sensor and Imaging Applications / Qingshan Wei ; Alexander Wei10:
Optical Signaling with Silica Nanoparticles / Fabrizio Mancin ; Paolo Tecilla ; Umberto Tonellato11:
Organically Modified Quantum Dots in Chemical and Biochemical Analysis / María Teresa Fernández Argüelles ; José M. Costa-Fernández ; Rosario Pereiro ; Alfredo Sanz-Medel12:
Control of Supramolecular Nanofabrication, Motion, and Morphology / Part 3:
Chemically Directed Self-Assembly of Nanoparticle Structures on Surfaces / Xing Yi Ling ; David N. Reinhoudt ; Jurriaan Huskens13:
Immobilization and Patterning of Biomolecules on Surfaces / Dorota I. Rozkiewicz ; Ban Jan Ravoo14:
Switchable Host-Guest Chemistry on Surfaces / Jilie Kong ; Chunming Jiang ; Li Mu15:
Nanogated Mesoporous Silica Materials / Igor I. Slowing ; Brian G. Trewyn ; Victor S.-Y. Lin16:
Building Molecular Machines on Surfaces / Alberto Credi ; Serena Silvi ; Margherita Venturi17:
Control of Morphology in Mesoporous and Mesostructured Hybrid Materials / Darren R. Dunphy ; Bernd Smarsly ; C. Jeffrey Brinker18:
Biomimetic Chemistry / Part 4:
Biomimetically Inspired Signaling / Fléix Sancenón ; Ana B. Descalzo19:
Imprinted Functionalized Silica / Maryanne M. Collinson20:
Bioinspired Block Copolymer-Based Hybrid Materials / Marleen Kamperman ; Ulrich Wiesner21:
Interfacial Chemistry, Multifunctionality, and Interdisciplinarity / Part 5:
Emerging Concepts in Interfacial Chemistry of Hybrid Materials: Nanocontainer-Based Self-Healing Coatings / Dmitry G. Shchukin ; Daria V. Andreeva ; Katja Skorb ; Helmuth Möhwald22:
Molecular Schizophrenics: Switchable Materials with Multiple Functions / Robert Byrne ; Dermot Diamond23:
Hybrid Nanomaterials Research: Is It Really Interdisciplinary? / Ismael Rafols ; Martin Meyer ; Jae-Hwan Park24:
Supramolecular Chemistry Meets Hybrid (Nano)Materials: A Brief Look Ahead / 25:
Appendix 1
Index
Preface
Editors and Contributors
Abbreviations
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S. Reich, C. Thomsen, J. Maultzsch
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2004  ix, 215 p ; 25 cm
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
Structure and Symmetry / 2:
Structure of Carbon Nanotubes / 2.1:
Experiments / 2.2:
Symmetry of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes / 2.3:
Symmetry Operations / 2.3.1:
Symmetry-based Quantum Numbers / 2.3.2:
Irreducible representations / 2.3.3:
Projection Operators / 2.3.4:
Phonon Symmetries in Carbon Nanotubes / 2.3.5:
Summary / 2.4:
Electronic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes / 3:
Graphene / 3.1:
Tight-binding Description of Graphene / 3.1.1:
Zone-folding Approximation / 3.2:
Electronic Density of States / 3.3:
Experimental Verifications of the DOS / 3.3.1:
Beyond Zone Folding--Curvature Effects / 3.4:
Secondary Gaps in Metallic Nanotubes / 3.4.1:
Rehybridization of the [sigma] and [pi] States / 3.4.2:
Nanotube Bundles / 3.5:
Low-energy Properties / 3.5.1:
Visible Energy Range / 3.5.2:
Optical Properties / 3.6:
Absorption and Emission / 4.1:
Selection Rules and Depolarization / 4.1.1:
Spectra of Isolated Tubes / 4.2:
Photoluminescence Excitation--(n[subscript 1], n[subscript 2]) Assignment / 4.3:
4-A-diameter Nanotubes / 4.4:
Bundles of Nanotubes / 4.5:
Excited-state Carrier Dynamics / 4.6:
Electronic Transport / 4.7:
Room-temperature Conductance of Nanotubes / 5.1:
Electron Scattering / 5.2:
Coulomb Blockade / 5.3:
Luttinger Liquid / 5.4:
Elastic Properties / 5.5:
Continuum Model of Isolated Nanotubes / 6.1:
Ab-initio, Tight-binding, and Force-constants Calculations / 6.1.1:
Pressure Dependence of the Phonon Frequencies / 6.2:
Micro-mechanical Manipulations / 6.3:
Raman Scattering / 6.4:
Raman Basics and Selection Rules / 7.1:
Tensor Invariants / 7.2:
Polarized Measurements / 7.2.1:
Raman Measurements at Large Phonon q / 7.3:
Double Resonant Raman Scattering / 7.4:
Vibrational Properties / 7.5:
Radial Breathing Mode / 8.1:
The RBM in Isolated and Bundled Nanotubes / 8.2.1:
Double-walled Nanotubes / 8.2.2:
The Defect-induced D Mode / 8.3:
The D Mode in Graphite / 8.3.1:
The D Mode in Carbon Nanotubes / 8.3.2:
Symmetry of the Raman Modes / 8.4:
High-energy Vibrations / 8.5:
Raman and Infrared Spectroscopy / 8.5.1:
Metallic Nanotubes / 8.5.2:
Single- and Double-resonance Interpretation / 8.5.3:
What we Can Learn from the Raman Spectra of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes / 8.6:
Character and Correlation Tables of Graphene / Appendix A:
Raman Intensities in Unoriented Systems / Appendix B:
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Structure and Symmetry / 2:
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図書
Ado Jorio ... [et al.]
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2011  xiv, 354 p. ; 25 cm
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Materials science and Raman spectroscopy background / Part I:
The sp? nano- carbons: prototypes for nanoscience and nanotechnology
Electrons in sp? nano- carbons
Vibrations in sp? nano- carbons
Raman spectroscopy: From graphite to sp? nano- carbons
Quantum description of raman scattering
Symmetry aspects and selection rules: Group theory
Detailed analysis of Raman spectroscopy in graphene releated systems / Part II:
The G band and time- independent perturbations
The G band and the time- dependent perturbations
Resonance Raman scattering ? experimental observations of the radial breathing mode
Theory of excitons in carbon nanotubes
Tight binding method for calculating Raman spectra
Dispersive G?- band and higher- order processes: the double resonance process
Disorder effects in the Raman spectra of sp? carbons
Summary of Raman on sp?nanocarbons
Materials science and Raman spectroscopy background / Part I:
The sp? nano- carbons: prototypes for nanoscience and nanotechnology
Electrons in sp? nano- carbons
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Fan Li, Sajid Bashir, Jingbo Louise Liu, editors
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2018  xliv, 556 p. ; 25 cm
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Lei Jiang, Lin Feng
出版情報: Beijing : Chemical Industry Press , Singapore : World Scientific, c2010  xiii, 346 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
About the Authors
Summary of Biomimetic Smart Nanoscale Interfacial Materials / Chapter 1:
Definition of Smart Materials / 1.1:
Designing Concept of Bioinspired Smart Interfacial Materials / 1.2:
Typical Examples of Using Above-Mentioned Five Principles to Design Smart Materials / 1.3:
Intellectualizcd Design of Biomimetic Interfacial Materials / 1.4:
References
Living Organisms with Special Surface Performance / Chapter 2:
Self-Cleaning Property of the Surfaces of Plant Leaves / 2.1:
Surface Anisotropy / 2.2:
The Self-Cleaning and Anti-Reflection Functions of the Surfaces of Insect Wings / 2.3:
Walking on Water -- Water Strider / 2.4:
Climbing Up the Wall -- Gecko / 2.5:
A Desert Water-Collecting Insect -- Desert Beetle / 2.6:
Master of Hiding -- Color-Changing Desert Beetle / 2.7:
Structural Color in the Nature / 2.8:
Wettability of the Solid Surface / Chapter 3:
Basic Theory of Wettability / 3.1:
Surfaces with Special Wettability / 3.2:
Contact Angle Hysteresis / 3.3:
Biomimic Superhydrophobic Surface / Chapter 4:
Methods of Preparing Superhydrophobic Surfaces / 4.1:
Multi-functional Superhydrophobic Surfaces / 4.2:
Smart Nanoscale Interfacial Materials with Special Wettability / Chapter 5:
Superamphiphobic Surface / 5.1:
Surface with Superhydrophobicity and Superoleophilicity / 5.2:
Smart Surface with Reversible Superhydrophilicity and Superhydrophobicity / 5.3:
Conclusion and Prospect / Chapter 6:
Super-Lattice Surface Structure (Stable and Metastable Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure) / 6.1:
Optically Controllable Superconducting System (Superconducting/Normal-conducting Phase Binary Cooperative Complimentary Structure) / 6.2:
Chiroptical Switch (Chiral/Achiral Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure) / 6.3:
Novel Mesoporous Structure (Crystalline/Amorphous Phase Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure) / 6.4:
Interface of the Engineered Magnetism (Ferromagnetic/Antiferromagnetic Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure) / 6.5:
Ionic/Nonionic Conductor Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure / 6.6:
Concave/Convex Periodic Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure / 6.7:
Organic/Inorganic Binary Cooperative Complementary Structure / 6.8:
Reference
Index
Preface
About the Authors
Summary of Biomimetic Smart Nanoscale Interfacial Materials / Chapter 1:
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edited by Ali Eftekhari
出版情報: West Sussex, U.K. : Wiley, 2010  xxiii, 776 p., [4]leaves of plates ; 26 cm
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Preface
Foreword
List of Contributors
History of Conductive Polymers / J. Campbell ScottPart 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Archeology and prehistory / 1.2:
The dawn of the modern era / 1.3:
The materials revolution / 1.4:
Concluding remarks / 1.5:
Acknowledgments
References
Polyaniline nanostructures / Gordana Ciric-Marjanovic2:
Preparation / 2.1:
Structure and Properties / 2.3:
Processing and Applications / 2.4:
Conclusions and Outlook / 2.5:
Nanoscale Inhomogeneity of Conducting Polymer Based Materials / Alain Pailleret ; Oleg Semenikhin3:
Introduction: Inhomogeneity and Nanostructured Materials / 3.1:
Direct Local Measurements of Nanoscale Inhomogeneity of Conducting and Semiconducting Polymers / 3.2:
In-situ Studies of Conducting and Semiconducting Polymers: / 3.3:
The Origin of the Nanoscale Inhomogeneity of Conducting and Semiconducting Polymers / 3.4:
Nanostructured Conductive Polymers by Electrospinning / Ioannis S. ChronakisPart 2:
Introduction to Electrospinning Technology / 4.1:
Electrospinning Processing / 4.2:
Electrospinning Processing Parameters - Control of the Nanofiber Morphology / 4.3:
Nanostructured conductive polymers by electrospinning / 4.4:
Application of Electrospun Nanostructrured Conductive Polymers / 4.5:
Composites based on conducting polymers and carbon nanotubes / M.Baibarac ; I.Baltog ; S. Lefrant5:
Carbon Nanotubes / 5.1:
Synthesis of composites based on conducting polymers and carbon nanotubes / 5.3:
Vibrational properties of composites based on conducting polymers and carbon nanotubes / 5.4:
Conclusions / 5.5:
Inorganic-Based Nanocomposites of Conductive Polymers / Rabin Bissessur6:
FeOCl / 6.1:
Layered phosphates and phosphonates / 6.3:
Layered Rutiles / 6.7:
Layered perovskites / 6.8:
Layered Titanates / 6.9:
Graphite Oxide / 6.10:
Acknowledgements / 6.11:
Metallic-based Nanocomposites of Conductive Polymers / Vessela Tsakova7:
Oxidative Polymerization Combined with Metal Ions Reduction (One-pot Synthesis) / 7.1:
Nanocomposite Formation by Means of Pre-synthesized Metal Nanoparticles / 7.3:
Metal Electrodeposition in Pre-synthesized CPs / 7.4:
Chemical Reduction of Metal Ions in Pre-polymerized CP Suspensions or Layers / 7.5:
Metallic Based Conducting Polymer Composites for Electrocatalytic and Electroanalytic Applications / 7.6:
List of Acronyms
Spectroscopy of Nanostructured Conducting Polymers / Gustavo M. do Nascimento ; Marcelo A. de Souza8:
Synthetic Metals / 8.1:
Nanostructured Conducting Polymers / 8.2:
Spectroscopic Techniques / 8.3:
Concluding Remarks / 8.4:
Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Conductive Polymers / Edgar Ap. Sanches ; Osvaldo N. Oliveira Jr ; Fabio de Lima Leite9:
AFM Fundamentals and Applications / 9.1:
Single Conducting Polymer Nanowires / Yixuan Chen ; Yi Luo9.3:
Fabrication of Single Conducting Polymer Nanowires (CPNWs) / 10.1:
Transport Properties and Electrical Characterization / 10.3:
Application of Single Conducting Polymer Nanowires (CPNWs) / 10.4:
Summary and Outlook / 10.5:
Conductive Polymer Micro and Nano Containers / Jiyong Huang ; Zhixiang Wei11:
Structures of Micro- and Nano- Containers / 11.1:
Preparation Method and Formation Mechanism / 11.2:
Properties and Applications of Micro- and Nano- Containers / 11.3:
Magnetic and Electron Transport Behaviors of Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites / Zhanhu Guo ; Suying Wei ; David Cocke ; Di Zhang11.4:
Magnetic Polymer Nanocomposite Preparation / 12.1:
Physicochemical Property Characterization / 12.3:
Microstructure of the Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites / 12.4:
Interaction between the Nanoparticles and Conductive Polymer Matrix / 12.5:
Magnetic Properties of Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites / 12.6:
Electron Transport in Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites / 12.7:
Giant Magnetoresistance in Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites / 12.8:
Summary / 12.9:
Charge Transfer and Charge Separation in Conjugated Polymer Solar Cells / Ian A. Howard ; Neil C. Greenham ; Agnese Abrusci ; Richard H. Friend ; Sebastian Westenhoff13:
Charge Transfer in Conjugated Polymers / 13.1:
Charge Generation and Recombination in Organic Solar Cells with High Open-Circuit Voltage / 13.3:
Nanostructured conducting polymers for (electro)chemical sensors / Anthony J. Killard13.4:
Nanowires and Nanotubes / 14.1:
Nanogaps and nanojunctions / 14.3:
Nanofibres and nanocables / 14.4:
Nanofilms / 14.5:
Metallic nanoparticle/conducting polymer nanocomposites / 14.6:
Metal oxide nanoparticles/conducting polymer nanocomposites / 14.7:
Carbon Nanotube nanocomposites / 14.8:
Nanoparticles / 14.9:
Nanoporous templates / 14.10:
Application summaries / 14.11:
Nanostructural Aspects of Conducting Polymer Actuators / Paul A. Kilmartin ; Jadranka Travas-Sejdic14.12:
Mechanism and modes of actuation / 15.1:
Modelling mechanical performance and developing device applications / 15.3:
Effect of morphology and nanostructure upon actuation / 15.4:
Solvent and ion size effects to achieve higher actuation / 15.5:
Nanostructured composite actuators / 15.6:
Prospects for nanostructured conducting polymer actuators / 15.7:
Electroactive Conducting Polymers for the Protection of Metals against Corrosion: from Micro- to Nanostructured Films / Pierre Camille Lacaze ; Jalal Ghilane ; Hyacinthe Randriamahazaka ; Jean-Christophe Lacroix16:
Protection Mechanisms Induced by Conducting Polymers / 16.1:
Conducting Polymer Coating Techniques for Usual Oxidizable Metals and Performances of Conducting Polymer-Based Micron-Thick Films for Protection against Corrosion / 16.3:
Nanostructured Conducting Polymer Coatings and Anticorrosion Protection / 16.4:
Acknowledgement / 16.5:
Electrocatalysis by Nanostructured Conducting Polymers / Shaolin Mu ; Ya Zhang17:
Electrochemical synthetic techniques of nanostructured conducting polymers / 17.1:
Electrocatalysis at nanostructured conducting polymer electrodes / 17.3:
Conclusion / 17.4:
Nanostructured Conductive Polymers as Biomaterials / Rylie A. Green ; Sungchul Baek ; Nigel H. Lovell ; Laura A. Poole-Warren18:
Biomedical applications for conductive polymers / 18.1:
Polymer design considerations / 18.3:
Fabrication of nanostructured conductive polymers / 18.4:
Polymer characterisation / 18.5:
Interfacing with neural tissue / 18.6:
Nanocomposites of Polymers Made Conductive by Nanofillers / Haiping Hong ; Dustin Thomas ; Mark Horton ; Yijiang Lu ; Jing Li ; Pauline Smith ; Walter Roy18.7:
Experimental / 19.1:
Results and discussion / 19.3:
Index / 19.4:
Preface
Foreword
List of Contributors
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edited by C.S.S.R. Kumar, J. Hormes, C. Leuschner
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2005  xxii, 420 p ; 25 cm
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Geoffrey A. Ozin and Andre C. Arsenault
出版情報: Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, c2005  xl, 628 p. ; 25 cm
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List of Acronyms
Teaching (Nano)Materials
Learning (Nano)Materials
About the Authors
Acknowledgements
Nanofood for Thought - Thinking about Nanochemistry, Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Nanosafety
Nanochemistry Basics / Chapter 1:
Materials Self-Assembly / 1.1:
Big Bang to the Universe / 1.2:
Why Nano? / 1.3:
What do we Mean by Large and Small Nanomaterials? / 1.4:
Do it Yourself Quantum Mechanics / 1.5:
What is Nanochemistry? / 1.6:
Molecular vs. Materials Self-Assembly / 1.7:
What is Hierarchical Assembly? / 1.8:
Directing Self-Assembly / 1.9:
Supramolecular Vision / 1.10:
Geneology of Self-Assembling Materials / 1.11:
Unlocking the Key to Porous Solids / 1.12:
Learning from Biominerals - Form is Function / 1.13:
Can you Curve a Crystal? / 1.14:
Patterns, Patterns Everywhere / 1.15:
Synthetic Creations with Natural Form / 1.16:
Two-Dimensional Assemblies / 1.17:
SAMs and Soft Lithography / 1.18:
Clever Clusters / 1.19:
Extending the Prospects of Nanowires / 1.20:
Coercing Colloids / 1.21:
Mesoscale Self-Assembly / 1.22:
Materials Self-Assembly of Integrated Systems / 1.23:
References / 1.24:
Nanofood for Thought - Nanochemistry, Genealogy Materials Self-Assembly, Length Scales
Chemical Patterning and Lithography / Chapter 2:
Soft Lithography / 2.1:
What are Self-Assembled Monolayers? / 2.2:
The Science and Art of Soft Lithography / 2.3:
Patterning Wettability? / 2.4:
Condensation Figures / 2.5:
Microlens Arrays / 2.6:
Nanoring Arrays / 2.7:
Patterning the Solid State / 2.8:
Primed for Printing Polymers / 2.9:
Beyond Molecules - Transfer Printing of Thin Films / 2.10:
Electrically Contacting SAMS / 2.11:
SAM Crystal Engineering / 2.12:
Learning from Nature's Biocrystal Engineering / 2.13:
Colloidal Microsphere Patterns / 2.14:
Switching SAM Function / 2.15:
Patterning by Photocatalysis / 2.16:
Reversibly Switching SAMs / 2.17:
Electrowettability Switch / 2.18:
Sweet Chips / 2.19:
All Fall Down in a Row Lithography / 2.20:
Nanofood for Thought - Soft Lithography, SAMs, Patterning / 2.21:
Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembly / Chapter 3:
Building One Layer at a Time / 3.1:
Electrostatic Superlattices / 3.2:
Organic Polyelectrolyte Multilayers / 3.3:
Layer-by-Layer Smart Windows / 3.4:
How Thick is Thin? / 3.5:
Assembling Metallopolymers / 3.6:
Directly Imaging Polyelectrolyte Multilayers / 3.7:
Polyelectrolyte-Colloid Multilayers / 3.8:
Graded Composition LbL Films / 3.9:
LbL MEMS / 3.10:
Trapping Active Proteins / 3.11:
Layering on Curved Surfaces / 3.12:
Crystal Engineering of Oriented Zeolite Film / 3.13:
Zeolite-Ordered Multicrystal Arrays / 3.14:
Crosslinked Crystal Arrays / 3.15:
Layering with Topological Complexity / 3.16:
Patterned Multilayers / 3.17:
Non-Electrostatic Layer-by-Layer Assembly / 3.18:
Low Pressure Layers / 3.19:
Layer-by-Layer Self-Limiting Reactions / 3.20:
Nanofood for Thought - Designer Monolayers, Multilayers, Materials Flatland / 3.21:
Nanocontact Printing and Writing - Stamps and Tips / Chapter 4:
Sub-100 nm Soft Lithography / 4.1:
Extending Microcontact Printing / 4.2:
Putting on the Pressure / 4.3:
Defect Patterning - Topologically Directed Etching / 4.4:
Below 50 nm Nanocontact Printing / 4.5:
Nanocontact Writing - Dip Pen Nanolithography / 4.6:
DPN of Silicon / 4.7:
DPN on Glass / 4.8:
Nanoscale Writing on Seminconductor Nanowires / 4.9:
Sol-Gel DPN / 4.10:
Soft Patterning of Hard Magnets / 4.11:
Writing Molecular Recognition / 4.12:
DPN Writing Protein Recognition Nanostructures / 4.13:
Patterning Bioconstructions / 4.14:
Eating Patterns - Enzyme DPN / 4.15:
Electrostatic DPN / 4.16:
Electrochemical DPN / 4.17:
SPM Nano-Electrochemistry / 4.18:
Beyond DPN - Whittling Nanostructures / 4.19:
Combi Nano - DPN Combinatorial Libraries / 4.20:
Nanoplotters / 4.21:
Nanoblotters / 4.22:
Scanning Probe Contact Printing (SP-CP) / 4.23:
Dip Pen Nanolithography Stamp Tip - Beyond DPN CP / 4.24:
Best of Both Worlds / 4.25:
The Nanogenie is out of the Bottle / 4.26:
Nanofood for Thought - Sharper Chemical Patterning Tools / 4.27:
Nanorod, Nanotube, Nanowire Self-Assembly / Chapter 5:
Building Block Assembly / 5.1:
Templating Nanowires / 5.2:
Modulated Diameter Gold Nanorods / 5.3:
Modulated Composition Nanorods / 5.4:
Barcoded Nanorod Orthogonal Self-Assembly / 5.5:
Self-Assembling Nanorods / 5.6:
Magnetic Nanorods Bunch Up / 5.7:
Magnetic Nanorods and Magnetic Nanoclusters / 5.8:
An Irresistable Attraction for Biomolecules / 5.9:
Hierarchically Ordered Nanorods / 5.10:
Nanorod Devices / 5.11:
Nanotubes from Nanoporous Templates / 5.12:
Layer-by-Layer Nanotubes from Nanorods / 5.13:
Synthesis of Single Crystal Semiconductor Nanowires / 5.14:
Vapor-Liquid-Solid Synthesis of Nanowires / 5.15:
What Controls Nanowire-Oriented Growth? / 5.16:
Supercritical Fluid-Liquid-Solid Synthesis / 5.17:
Nanowire Quantum Size Effects / 5.18:
Zoo of Nanowire Compositions and Architectures / 5.19:
Single-Source Precursors / 5.20:
Manipulating Nanowires / 5.21:
Crossed Semiconductor Nanowires - Smallest LED / 5.22:
Nanowire Diodes and Transistors / 5.23:
Nanowire Sensors / 5.24:
Catalytic Nanowire Electronics / 5.25:
Nanowire Heterostructures / 5.26:
Longitudinal Nanowire Superlattices / 5.27:
Axial Nanowire Heterostructures / 5.28:
Nanowires Branch Out / 5.29:
Coaxially Gated Nanowire Transistor / 5.30:
Vertical Nanowire Field Effect Transistors / 5.31:
Integrated Metal-Semiconductor Nanowires - Nanoscale Electrical Contacts / 5.32:
Photon-Driven Nanowire Laser / 5.33:
Electrically Driven Nanowire Laser / 5.34:
Nanowire UV Photodetectors / 5.35:
Simplifying Complex Nanowires / 5.36:
Nanowire Casting of Single-Crystal Nanotubes / 5.37:
Solution-Phase Routes to Nanowires / 5.38:
Spinning Nanowire Devices / 5.39:
Hollow Nanofibers by Electrospinning / 5.40:
Carbon Nanotubes / 5.41:
Carbon Nanotube Structure and Electrical Properties / 5.42:
Gone Ballistic / 5.43:
Carbon Nanotube Nanomechanics / 5.44:
Carbon Nanotube Chemistry / 5.45:
Carbon Nanotubes All in a Row / 5.46:
Carbon Nanotube Photonic Crystal / 5.47:
Putting Carbon Nanotubes Exactly Where You Want Them / 5.48:
The Nanowire Pitch Challenge / 5.49:
Integrated Nanowire Nanoelectronics / 5.50:
A Small Thought at the End of a Large Chapter / 5.51:
Nanofood for Thought - Wires, Rods, Tubes, Low Dimensionality / 5.52:
Nanocluster Self-Assembly / Chapter 6:
Building-Block Assembly / 6.1:
When is a Nanocluster a Nanocrystal or Nanoparticle? / 6.2:
Synthesis of Capped Semiconductor Nanoclusters / 6.3:
Electrons and Holes in Nanocluster Boxes / 6.4:
Watching Nanoclusters Grow / 6.5:
Nanocrystals in Nanobeakers / 6.6:
Nanocluster Semiconductor Alloys and Beyond / 6.7:
Nanocluster Phase Transformation / 6.8:
Capped Gold Nanoclusters - Nanonugget Rush / 6.9:
Alkanethiolate Capped Nanocluster Diagnostics / 6.10:
Periodic Table of Capped Nanoclusters / 6.11:
There's Gold in Them Thar Hills! / 6.12:
Water-Soluble Nanoclusters / 6.13:
Capped Nanocluster Architectures and Morphologies / 6.14:
Alkanethiolate Capped Silver Nanocluster Superlattice / 6.15:
Crystals of Nanocrystals / 6.16:
Beyond Crystal of Nanocrystals - Binary Nanocrystal Superlattices / 6.17:
Capped Magnetic Nanocluster Superlattice - High Density Data Storage Materials / 6.18:
Alloying Core-Shell Magnetic Nanoclusters / 6.19:
Soft Lithography of Capped Nanoclusters / 6.20:
Organizing Nanoclusters by Evaporation / 6.21:
Electroluminescent Semiconductor Nanoclusters / 6.22:
Full Color Nanocluster-Polymer Composites / 6.23:
Capped Semiconductor Nanocluster Meets Biomolecule / 6.24:
Nanocluster DNA Sensors - Besting the Best / 6.25:
Semiconductor Nanoclusters Extend and Branch Out / 6.26:
Branched Nanocluster Solar Cells / 6.27:
Tetrapod of Tetrapods - Towards Inorganic Dendrimers / 6.28:
Golden Tips - Making Contact with Nanorods / 6.29:
Flipping a Nanocluster Switch / 6.30:
Photochromic Metal Nanoclusters / 6.31:
Carbon Nanoclusters - Buckyballs / 6.32:
Building Nanodevices with Buckyballs / 6.33:
Carbon Catalysis with Buckyball / 6.34:
Nanofood for Thought - Nanoclusters, Nanocrystals, Quantum Dots, Quantum Size Effects / 6.35:
Microspheres - Colors from the Beaker / Chapter 7:
Nature's Photonic Crystals / 7.1:
Photonic Crystals / 7.2:
Photonic Semiconductors / 7.3:
Defects, Defects, Defects / 7.4:
Computing with Light / 7.5:
Color Tunability / 7.6:
Transferring Nature's Photonic Crystal Technology to the Chemistry Laboratory / 7.7:
Microsphere Building Blocks / 7.8:
Silica Microspheres / 7.9:
Latex Microspheres / 7.10:
Multi-Shell Microspheres / 7.11:
Basics of Microsphere Self-Assembly / 7.12:
Microsphere Self-Assembly - Crystals and Films / 7.13:
Colloidal Crystalline Fluids / 7.14:
Beyond Face Centered Cubic Packing of Microspheres / 7.15:
Templates - Confinement and Epitaxy / 7.16:
Photonic Crystal Fibers / 7.17:
Photonic Crystal Marbles / 7.18:
Optical Properties of Colloidal Crystals - Combined Bragg-Snell Laws / 7.19:
Basic Optical Properties of Colloidal Crystals / 7.20:
How Perfect is Perfect? / 7.21:
Cracking Controversy / 7.22:
Synthesizing a Full Photonic Band Gap / 7.23:
Writing Defects / 7.24:
Getting Smart with Planar Defects / 7.25:
Switching Light with Light / 7.26:
Internal Light Sources / 7.27:
Photonic Inks / 7.28:
Color Oscillator / 7.29:
Photonic Crystal Sensors / 7.30:
Colloidal Photonic Crystal Solar Cell / 7.31:
Thermochromic Colloidal Photonic Crystal Switch / 7.32:
Liquid Crystal Photonic Crystal / 7.33:
Encrypted Colloidal Crystals / 7.34:
Gazing into the Photonic Crystal Ball / 7.35:
Nanofood for Thought - Colloidal Assembly, Colloidal Crystals, Colloidal Crystal Devices, Structural Color / 7.36:
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials from Soft Building Blocks / Chapter 8:
Escape from the Zeolite Prison / 8.1:
A Periodic Table of Materials Filled with Holes / 8.2:
Modular Self-Assembly of Microporous Materials / 8.3:
Hydrogen Storage Coordination Frameworks / 8.4:
Overview and Prospects of Microporous Materials / 8.5:
Mesoscale Soft Building Blocks / 8.6:
Micelle Versus Liquid Crystal Templating Paradox / 8.7:
Designing Function into Mesoporous Materials / 8.8:
Tuning Length Scales / 8.9:
Mesostructure and Dimensionality / 8.10:
Mesocomposition - Nature of Precursors / 8.11:
Mesotexture / 8.12:
Periodic Mesoporous Silica-Polymer Hybrids / 8.13:
Guests in Mesopores / 8.14:
Capped Nanocluster Meets Surfactant Mesophase / 8.15:
Marking Time in Mesostructured Silica - New Approach to Optical Data Storage / 8.16:
Sidearm Mesofunctionalization / 8.17:
Organics in the Backbone / 8.18:
Mesomorphology - Films, Interfaces, Mesoepitaxy / 8.19:
Stand Up and Be Counted / 8.20:
Mesomorphology - Spheres, Other Shapes / 8.21:
Mesomorphology - Patterned Films, Soft Lithography, Micromolding / 8.22:
Mesomorphology - Morphosynthesis of Curved Form / 8.23:
Chiral Surfactant Micelles - Chiral Mesoporous Silica / 8.24:
Mesopore Replication / 8.25:
Mesochemistry and Topological Defects / 8.26:
Mesochemistry - Synthesis in "Intermediate" Dimensions / 8.27:
Nanofood for Thought - Soft Blocks Template Hard Precursors, Holey Materials / 8.28:
Self-Assembling Block Copolymers / Chapter 9:
Polymers, Polymers Everywhere in Nanochemistry / 9.1:
Block Copolymer Self-Assembly - Chip Off the Old Block / 9.2:
Nanostructured Ceramics / 9.3:
Nano-objects / 9.4:
Block Copolymer Thin Films / 9.5:
Electrical Ordering / 9.6:
Spatial Confinement of Block Copolymers / 9.7:
Nanoepitaxy / 9.8:
Block Copolymer Lithography / 9.9:
Decorating Block Copolymers / 9.10:
A Case of Wettability / 9.11:
Nanowires from Block Copolymers / 9.12:
Making Micelles / 9.13:
Assembling Inorganic Polymers / 9.14:
Harnessing Rigid Rods / 9.15:
Supramolecular Assemblies / 9.16:
Supramolecular Mushrooms / 9.17:
Structural Color from Lightscale Block Copolymers / 9.18:
Block Copolypeptides / 9.19:
Block Copolymer Biofactories / 9.20:
Nanofood for Thought - Block Copolymer Self-Assembling Nanostructures / 9.21:
Biomaterials and Bioinspiration / Chapter 10:
Nature did it First / 10.1:
To Mimic or to Use? / 10.2:
Faux Fossils / 10.3:
Nature's Siliceous Sculptures / 10.4:
Ancient to Modern Synthetic Morphology / 10.5:
Biomimicry / 10.6:
Biomineralization and Biomimicry Analogies / 10.7:
Learning from Nature / 10.8:
Viral Cage Directed Synthesis of Nanoclusters / 10.9:
Viruses that Glitter / 10.10:
Polynucleotide Directed Nanocluster Assembly / 10.11:
DNA Coded Nanocluster Chains / 10.12:
Building with DNA / 10.13:
Bacteria Directed Materials Self-Assembly / 10.14:
Using a Virus that is Benign, to Align / 10.15:
Magnetic Spider Silk / 10.16:
Protein S-Layer Masks / 10.17:
Morphosynthesis - Inorganic Materials with Complex Form / 10.18:
Echinoderm vs. Block Copolymers / 10.19:
Fishy Top-Down Photonic Crystals / 10.20:
Aluminophosphates Shape Up / 10.21:
Better Bones Through Chemistry / 10.22:
Mineralizing Nanofibers / 10.23:
Biological Lessons in Materials Design / 10.24:
Surface Binding Through Directed Evolution / 10.25:
Nanowire Evolution / 10.26:
Biomolecular Motors - Nanomachines Everywhere / 10.27:
How Biomotors Work / 10.28:
Kinesin - Walk Along / 10.29:
ATPase - Biomotor Nanopropellors / 10.30:
(Bio)Inspiration / 10.31:
Nanofood for Thought - Organic Matrix, Biomineralization, Biomimetics, Bioinspiration / 10.32:
Self-Assembly of Large Building Blocks / Chapter 11:
Self-assembling Supra-micron Shapes / 11.1:
Synthesis Using the "Capillary Bond" / 11.2:
Crystallizing Large Polyhedral-Shaped Building Blocks / 11.3:
Self-Assembling 2D and 3D Electrical Circuits and Devices / 11.4:
Crystallizing Micron-Sized Planar Building Blocks / 11.5:
Polyhedra with Patterned Faces that Autoconstruct / 11.6:
Large Sphere Building Blocks Self-Assemble into 3D Crystals / 11.7:
Synthetic MEMS? / 11.8:
Magnetic Self-Assembly / 11.9:
Dynamic Self-Assembly / 11.10:
Autonomous Self-Assembly / 11.11:
Self-Assembly and Synthetic Life / 11.12:
Nanofood for Thought - Static and Dynamic, Capillary Bond, Shape Assembly / 11.13:
Nano and Beyond / Chapter 12:
Assembling the Future / 12.1:
Microfluidic Computing / 12.2:
Fuel Cells - Hold the Membrane / 12.3:
Curved Prints / 12.4:
Beating the Ink Diffusion Dilemma / 12.5:
Tip of the Pyramid / 12.6:
Biosensing Membranes / 12.7:
Crossing Nanowires / 12.8:
Complete Crystallographic Control / 12.9:
Down to the Wire / 12.10:
Shielded Nanowires / 12.11:
Writing 3D Nanofluidic and Nanophotonic Networks / 12.12:
Break-and-Glue Transistor Assembly / 12.13:
Turning Nanostructures Inside-out / 12.14:
Confining Spheres / 12.15:
Escape from the Silica and Polystyrene Prison / 12.16:
Smart Dust / 12.17:
Light Writing for Light Guiding / 12.18:
Nanoring Around the Collar / 12.19:
A Meso Rubbed Right / 12.20:
Fungus with the Midas Touch / 12.21:
Self-assembled Electronics / 12.22:
Gears Sink Their Teeth into the Interface / 12.23:
Materials Retro-assembly / 12.24:
Matter that Matters - Materials of the "Next Kind" / 12.25:
Nanofood for Thought - Nano Potpourri / 12.26:
Nanochemistry Nanolabs / Chapter 13:
Origin of the Term "Self-Assembly" / Appendix A:
Cytotoxicity of Nanoparticles / Appendix B:
Walking Macromolecules Through Colloidal Crystals / Appendix C:
Patterning Nanochannel Alumina Membranes With Single Channel Resolution / Appendix D:
Muscle Powered Nanomachines / Appendix E:
Bacteria Power / Appendix F:
Chemically Driven Nanorod Motors / Appendix G:
Subject Index
List of Acronyms
Teaching (Nano)Materials
Learning (Nano)Materials
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Foreword
Preface
Introduction / 1:
General / 1.1:
Preparative Methods / 1.2:
Scope of the Book / 1.3:
Combustible Solid Precursors to Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials / 2:
Combustible Metal Hydrazine and Metal Hydrazine Carboxylate Complexes / 2.1:
Metal Hydrazine Carboxylates: Precursors to Simple Metal Oxides / Part I:
Preparation of Metal Formate, Acetate, Oxalate, and Hydrazine Carboxylates / 2.3:
Thermal Analysis and Combustion of Metal Hydrazine Carboxylates / 2.3.1:
Single Source Precursors to Mixed Metal Oxides / Part II:
Mixed Metal Oxides / 2.4:
Mixed Metal Acetate and Oxalate Hydrazinates: Precursors to Cobaltites / 2.4.1:
Mixed Metal Oxalate Hydrazinates: Precursors to Spinel Ferrites / 2.4.2:
Mixed Metal Oxalate Hydrates: Precursors to Metal Titanates / 2.4.3:
Mixed Metal Hydrazinium Hydrazine Carboxylates / 2.5:
Mixed Metal Hydrazinium Hydrazine Carboxylates: Precursors to Nano-Cobaltites and Ferrites / 2.5.1:
Mixed Metal Hydrazinium Hydrazine Carboxylates: Precursors to Mixed Ferrites / 2.5.2:
Mixed Metal Hydrazinium Hydrazine Carboxylates: Precursors to Manganites / 2.5.3:
Concluding Remarks / 2.6:
Solution Combustion Synthesis of Oxide Materials / 3:
Solution Combustion Synthesis (SCS) / 3.1:
Synthesis of Alumina / 3.2.1:
Mechanism of Aluminum Nitrate-Urea Combustion Reaction / 3.2.2:
Thermodynamic Calculation / 3.2.3:
Role of Fuels / 3.3:
A Recipe for the Synthesis of Various Classes of Oxides / 3.4:
Recipe for Nanomaterials / 3.4.1:
Salient Features of Solution Combustion Method / 3.5:
Alumina and Related Oxide Materials / 4:
[alpha]-Alumina / 4.1:
Metal Aluminates (MAl[subscript 2]O[subscript 4]) / 4.4:
Rare Earth Orthoaluminates (LnAlO[subscript 3]) / 4.5:
Garnets / 4.6:
Aluminum Borate / 4.7:
Tialite ([beta]-Al[subscript 2]TiO[subscript 5]) / 4.8:
Aluminum Phosphate / 4.9:
Alumina Composites / 4.10:
Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3]-SiO[subscript 2] System: Mullite / 4.10.1:
Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3]-SiO[subscript 2] System: Cordierite / 4.10.2:
Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3]-Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] System: SiAlON / 4.10.3:
Alumina Nanocomposites / 4.11:
Nanocatalysts, Dispersion of Nano-metals (Ag, Au, Pd, and Pt) in Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] / 4.11.1:
Nanopigments / 4.12:
Cobalt-Based Blue Alumina and Aluminates / 4.12.1:
Chromium-Doped Pink Alumina (Cr[superscript 3+]/Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3]): Ruby / 4.12.2:
Chromium-Doped Aluminates and Orthoaluminates (Cr[superscript 3+]/MAl[subscript 2]O[subscript 4](M = Mg & Zn)) and LaAlO[subscript 3]) / 4.12.3:
Nanophosphors / 4.13:
Phosphor Materials (Luminescence in Aluminum Oxide Hosts) / 4.13.1:
Nano-Ceria and Metal-Ion-Substituted Ceria / 4.14:
Synthesis and Properties of Nano-Ceria / 5.1:
Synthesis of Metal-Ion-Substituted Ceria / 5.3:
Characterization of Metal-Ion-Substituted Ceria / 5.4:
Oxygen Storage Materials / 5.5:
Metal-Ion-Substituted Ceria as Nanocatalysts / 5.6:
Ce[subscript 1-x]Pd[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] as a Three-Way Catalyst / 5.6.1:
Ce[subscript 1-x]Pt[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] / 5.6.2:
Ce[subscript 1-x]Rh[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] / 5.6.3:
Bimetal Ionic Catalysts (Ce[subscript 1-x]Pt[subscript x/2]O[subscript 2-delta]) / 5.6.4:
Nanocrystalline Fe[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] and Ferrites / 5.7:
Magnetic Materials / 6.1:
[gamma]-Fe[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] / 6.2:
Spinel Ferrites (MFe[subscript 2]O[subscript 4]) / 6.3:
Mixed Metal Ferrites / 6.4:
Li-Zn Ferrites / 6.4.1:
Mg-Zn Ferrites / 6.4.2:
Ni-Zn Ferrites / 6.4.3:
Rare Earth Orthoferrites / 6.5:
Garnets (Ln[subscript 3]Fe[subscript 5]O[subscript 12]) / 6.6:
Barium and Strontium Hexaferrites / 6.7:
Nano-Titania and Titanates / 6.8:
Nano-TiO[subscript 2] (Anatase) / 7.1:
Synthesis and Properties of Nano-TiO[subscript 2] (Anatase) / 7.2.1:
Photocatalytic Properties of Nano-TiO[subscript 2] / 7.3:
Metal-Ion-Substituted TiO[subscript 2] / 7.4:
Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Ti[subscript 1-x]M[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] (M = Ag, Ce, Cu, Fe, V, W, and Zr) / 7.4.1:
Synthesis and Properties of Ti[subscript 1-x]Pd[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] / 7.4.2:
Catalytic Properties of Ti[subscript 1-x]Pd[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] / 7.4.3:
Titanates for Nuclear Waste Immobilization / 7.5:
Sintering and Microstructure Studies / 7.5.1:
Zirconia and Related Oxide Materials / 7.6:
Zirconia / 8.1:
Preparation and Properties of ZrO[subscript 2] / 8.2.1:
Stabilized Zirconia / 8.3:
Magnesia-Stabilized Zirconia / 8.3.1:
Calcia-Stabilized Zirconia / 8.3.2:
Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ) / 8.3.3:
Nickel in Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia (Ni-YSZ) / 8.3.4:
Nano-Zirconia Pigments / 8.4:
ZrO[subscript 2]-Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] System: ZTA / 8.5:
ZrO[subscript 2]-CeO[subscript 2] System / 8.6:
ZrO[subscript 2]-TiO[subscript 2] System (ZrTiO[subscript 4] and Zr[subscript 5]Ti[subscript 7]O[subscript 24]) / 8.7:
ZrO[subscript 2]-Ln[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] System: Pyrochlores / 8.8:
NASICONs / 8.9:
MZr[subscript 2]P[subscript 3]O[subscript 12](M = Na, K, 1/2 Ca, and 1/4 Zr) and NbZrP[subscript 3]O[subscript 12] / 8.9.1:
NASICON (Na Superionic Conductor) Materials (Na[subscript 1+x]Zr[subscript 2]P[subscript 3-x]Si[subscript x]O[subscript 12]) / 8.9.2:
Perovskite Oxide Materials / 8.10:
Dielectric Materials / 9.1:
MTiO[subscript 3], MZrO[subscript 3] (M = Ca, Sr, and Ba) / 9.2.1:
Lead-Based Dielectric Materials (PbTiO[subscript 3], PbZrO[subscript 3], PZT, and PLZT) / 9.2.2:
Relaxor Materials (PFN, PMN, PNN, and PZN) / 9.3:
Microwave Resonator Materials / 9.4:
Preparation and Properties of LnMO[subscript 3] (M = Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, and Ni) / 9.5:
Preparation and Properties of La[subscript 1-x]Sr[subscript x]MO[subscript 3] (M = Mn and Fe) / 9.6:
Nanocrystalline Oxide Materials for Special Applications / 9.7:
Synthesis and Properties of Simple Oxides / 10.1:
Metal Silicates / 10.2:
Ceramic Pigments / 10.3:
Borate Pigments / 10.3.1:
Metal Chromite Pigments / 10.3.2:
Silicate Pigments / 10.3.3:
Ceria-Based Pigment-Ce[subscript 1-x]Pr[subscript x]O[subscript 2-delta] / 10.3.4:
Eu[superscript 3+]-Ion-Doped Red Phosphors / 10.4:
Metal Vanadates / 10.5:
Rare Earth Metal Oxides (La[subscript 2]MO[subscript 4]) / 10.6:
Appendix A / 10.7:
Oxidizers (Metal Nitrates) / A.1:
Preparation of Titanyl Nitrate (TiO(NO[subscript 3])[subscript 2]) / A.1.1:
Fuels / A.2:
Carbohydrazide (CH), CH[subscript 6]N[subscript 4]O / A.2.1:
Oxalyl Dihydrazide (ODH), C[subscript 2]H[subscript 6]N[subscript 4]O[subscript 2] / A.2.2:
Tetraformal Trisazine (TFTA), C[subscript 4]H[subscript 16]N[subscript 6]O[subscript 2] / A.2.3:
N, N'-Diformyl Hydrazine (DFH), C[subscript 2]H[subscript 4]N[subscript 2]O[subscript 2] / A.2.4:
Maleic Hydrazide (MH), C[subscript 4]H[subscript 4]N[subscript 2]O[subscript 2] / A.2.5:
Malonic Acid Dihydrazide (MDH), C[subscript 3]H[subscript 8]N[subscript 4]O[subscript 2] / A.2.6:
3-Methyl Pyrazole 5-One (3MP5O), C[subscript 4]H[subscript 6]N[subscript 2]O / A.2.7:
Useful Suggestions / A.3:
Index
Foreword
Preface
Introduction / 1:
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