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This book highlights the synthesis, chemistry and applications of two-dimensional (2D) inorganic nanoplatelets in polymer nanocomposites.

Author: Chaoying Wan

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781839162602

Category: Science

Page: 280

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Functional, flexible and lightweight products are in high demand for modern technologies ranging from microelectronics to energy storage devices. The majority of polymers are thermal and electrical insulators, which hinder their use in these applications. The conductivity of polymers can be significantly enhanced by the incorporation of conducting inorganic nanoparticles. However, this relies not only on the structure and function of the inorganic particles, but is highly determined by the morphology and dispersion of the nanoparticles, interfacial interactions and fabrication technologies of the composites. This book highlights the synthesis, chemistry and applications of two-dimensional (2D) inorganic nanoplatelets in polymer nanocomposites. Chapters cover technical challenges, such as surface functionalisation, compatibilization, interfacial interaction, dispersion, and manufacturing technologies of the polymer nanocomposites. The book also discusses the applications of these polymer nanocomposites in electronics and energy storage. With contributions from global experts, the book provides a much-needed overview of the field, giving advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and other researchers with a convenient introduction to the topic.
2021-06-28 By Chaoying Wan

... Capture Materials 4: Bioinspired Inorganic Materials: Structure and Function 5: Energy Storage and Conversion Materials 6: Two-dimensional Inorganic Nanomaterials for Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites 7: The Chemistry of Inorganic ...

Author: Yufei Zhao

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781839164637

Category: Science

Page: 304

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Two-dimensional (2D) materials for photocatalytic applications have attracted attention in recent years due to their unique thickness-dependent physiochemical properties. 2D materials offer enhanced functionality over traditional three-dimensional (3D) photocatalysts due to modified chemical composition and electronic structures, as well as abundant surface active sites. This book reviews the applications of 2D-related nano-materials in solar-driven catalysis, providing an up-to-date introduction to the design and use of 2D-related photo(electro)catalysts. This includes not only application areas such as fine chemicals synthesis, water splitting, CO2 reduction, and N2 fixation, but also catalyst design and preparation. Some typical 2D and 2D-related materials (such as layered double hydroxides (LDHs), layered metal oxides, transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDs), metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), graphene, g-C3N4, etc.) are classified, and relationships between structure and property are demonstrated, with emphasis on how to improve 2D-related materials performance for practical applications. While the focus of this book will primarily be on experimental studies, computational results will serve as a necessary reference. With chapters written by expert researchers in their fields, Photocatalysis Using 2D Nanomaterials will provide advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and other researchers convenient introductions to these topics.
2022-02-07 By Yufei Zhao

... Capture Materials 4: Bioinspired Inorganic Materials: Structure and Function 5: Energy Storage and Conversion Materials 6: Two-dimensional Inorganic Nanomaterials for Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites 7: The Chemistry of Inorganic ...

Author: Anthony V Powell

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781788019606

Category: Science

Page: 298

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Thermoelectric devices convert a heat flux directly into electrical power. They afford opportunities to achieve efficiency savings in a variety of applications, through the conversion of otherwise waste heat into useful electrical energy. Operated in reverse mode, they provide effective thermal management in areas ranging from cooling of electronic components to battery conditioning in electric vehicles. Implementation of thermoelectric technology requires materials with improved performance and stability, containing readily-available and inexpensive elements. A range of thermoelectric materials for use in different temperature regimes has emerged. Knowledge of the complex relationship between composition, structure and physical properties is central to understanding the performance of these advanced materials. This book provides both an introduction to the field of thermoelectrics and a survey of the state-of-the-art. Chapters review the important new families of advanced materials that have emerged and taken the field beyond traditional thermoelectric materials such as Bi2Te3, PbTe and SiGe. The emphasis is on the relationship between chemical composition, structure over a range of length scales and the physical properties that underlie performance. Edited by a leader in the field, and with contributions from global experts, Inorganic Thermoelectric Materials serves as an introduction to thermoelectric materials and is accessible to advanced undergraduates and postgraduates, as well as experienced researchers
2021-12-06 By Anthony V Powell

... Capture Materials 4: Bioinspired Inorganic Materials: Structure and Function 5: Energy Storage and Conversion Materials 6: Two-dimensional Inorganic Nanomaterials for Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites 7: The Chemistry of Inorganic ...

Author: Dr Gareth R Williams

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781788016063

Category: Science

Page: 380

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This book provides a contemporary research-led overview of the applications of inorganic materials in biomedicine. It begins with a short introduction summarising key concepts in inorganic materials (layered materials, framework materials etc.), and explaining the need for new materials in medicine. It then discusses the key areas in which inorganic materials have been applied, considering: drug delivery; imaging; diagnostics and theranostics; hard matter restoration; and vaccines. Each chapter gives an overview of the major extant challenges in the research area, before presenting a systematic review of how inorganic materials have been applied to gain traction in the field. A clear focus is maintained on the fate of the applied materials in vivo, clinical considerations, and the path to translation from lab to clinic. With contributions from leading researchers, Biomedical Applications of Inorganic Materials will provide a comprehensive introduction for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers wishing to learn about the topic.
2021-12-20 By Dr Gareth R Williams

Inorganic Materials Series Series editors: Duncan W. Bruce, University of York, UK Dermot O'Hare, University of ... Storage and Conversion Materials 6: Two-dimensional Inorganic Nanomaterials for Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites 7: The ...

Author: Christopher Spicer

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781788017534

Category: Science

Page: 308

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This book overviews the underlying chemistry behind the most common and cutting-edge inorganic materials in current use, or approaching use, in vivo.
2021-08-18 By Christopher Spicer

... Capture Materials 4: Bioinspired Inorganic Materials: Structure and Function 5: Energy Storage and Conversion Materials 6: Two-dimensional Inorganic Nanomaterials for Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites 7: The Chemistry of Inorganic ...

Author: Kim Jelfs

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781839163326

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 312

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Computer Simulation of Porous Materials covers the key approaches in the modelling of porous materials, with a focus on how these can be used for structure prediction and to either rationalise or predict a range of properties including sorption, diffusion, mechanical, spectroscopic and catalytic. The book covers the full breadth of (micro)porous materials, from inorganic (zeolites), to organic including porous polymers and porous molecular materials, and hybrid materials (metal-organic frameworks). Through chapters focusing on techniques for specific types of applications and properties, the book outlines the challenges and opportunities in applying approaches and methods to different classes of systems, including a discussion of high-throughput screening. There is a strong forward-looking focus, to identify where increased computer power or artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning have the potential to open up new avenues of research. Edited by a world leader in the field, this title provides a valuable resource for not only computational researchers, but also gives an overview for experimental researchers. It is presented at a level accessible to advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers wishing to learn more about the topic.
2021-08-31 By Kim Jelfs

The composite showed electric conductivity in the range of 2–13 S·cm -1, which was not sufficient to produce good SER . ... were all above 33 dB, while the SER of all the composites were above 10 dB (Figure 8c,d and Table S5).

Author: Walter Remo Caseri

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783036503523

Category: Science

Page: 212

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This Special Issue deals with the fascinating material class of nanocomposites consisting of extremely small particles (nanoparticles) which are embedded in polymers. Such materials are of paramount interest in various disciplines, especially chemistry, physics, biomedicine and materials science. Due to the diversity of the components of nanocomposites, they provide a broad spectrum of material properties and applications. The versatility of nanocomposites is indeed reflected by the research covered in this Special Issue. The field of nanocomposites includes innovative science and a source of inspiration for currently relevant economic topics as well as for envisaged technologies of the future. Indeed, this volume alludes to strategies for the preparation of nanocomposites and possibilities for a variety of applications, such as catalytic reactions, gas barriers, high refractive index materials, corrosion protection, electromagnetic inference (EMI) shielding, lithium ion batteries, tissue engineering and plastic surgery.
2021-03-25 By Walter Remo Caseri

... conductive polymer actuators 238, 239 tubes in dielectric elastomer actuators 126–9 tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) see giant magnetoresistance (GMR) twinning/detwinning phenomenon 140, 145 two-dimensional inorganic nanomaterials ...

Author: David Shallcross

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781788016681

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 436

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Assuming no mathematical or chemistry knowledge, this book introduces complete beginners to the field of petroleum engineering. Written in a straightforward style, the author takes a practical approach to the subject avoiding complex mathematics to achieve a text that is robust without being intimidating. Covering traditional petroleum engineering topics, readers of this book will learn about the formation and characteristics of petroleum reservoirs, the chemical properties of petroleum, the processes involved in the exploitation of reservoirs, post-extraction processing, industrial safety, and the long-term outlook for the oil and gas production. The descriptions and discussions are informed by considering the production histories of several fields including the Ekofisk field in the North Sea, the Wyburn Field in Canada, the Manifa Field in Saudi Arabia and the Wilmington Field off the Californian Coast. The factors leading up to the well blowouts on board the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico and in the Mantara Field in the Timor Sea are also examined. With a glossary to explain key words and concepts, this book is a perfect introduction for newcomers to a petroleum engineering course, as well as non-specialists in industry. Professor David Shallcross is one of the foremost practitioners in chemical engineering education worldwide. Readers of this book will find his previous book, Chemical Engineering Explained, a useful companion.
2020-04-20 By David Shallcross

2D graphene-like nanomaterials as. Figure 4. A summary of the application of GLNs nanocomposites. 2.1 Polymer nanocomposites based on conductive polymers and inorganic nanomaterials. 148 Nanorods and Nanocomposites.

Author: Morteza Sasani Ghamsari

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9781789844689

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The book, Nanorods and Nanocomposites aims to provide the reader with an overview of the recent advances made on the synthesis of nanorods and nanocomposites and their emerging applications for a better lifestyle. The nanorods are a surprising gift to materials science from the research field of nanoscale materials. Nanorods promise to serve as a building block of the next-generation electronic and optoelectronic devices. Nanocomposite materials are multiphase solid materials that have one organic or inorganic nanoarchitectured compound with various nanostructures, such as nanoparticles, nanowires, nanorods, and nano-films, etc., or with multiphase solid materials (metals, oxides, polymers, and carbon). Due to the progressive physical, chemical, electrical, thermal, optical, electrochemical, and catalytic properties of nanocomposites, they exhibit multi-functional characteristics in a variety of engineering applications such as piezoelectrics, thermoresistors, sensors, energy-related technologies, water purification catalysts, electro-photonics, and so on. Despite the wide variety of applications due to their unique nanostructures, the fabrication of nanocomposites and the realization of their applications in different fields remains a challenging task. The focus of this book is to provide a platform for presentation of the latest knowledge and recent progress in synthesis, functionalization, and applications of nanocomposite materials. It is expected that this book presents the most attractive and versatile technological developments in the field of nanorods and nanocomposite materials and their applications that will provide a better understanding of the currently ongoing research in related fields.
2020-03-11 By Morteza Sasani Ghamsari

A 2 (17) (2014) 6086–6091. ... [305] J. Xu, et al., Conductive polypyrrole–bacterial cellulose nanocomposite membranes ... [319] C. Sanchez, et al., Applications of advanced hybrid organic–inorganic nanomaterials: from laboratory to ...

Author: Ayesha Kausar

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780128224649

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 306

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Conducting Polymer-Based Nanocomposites: Fundamentals and Applications delivers an up-to-date overview on cutting-edge advancements in the field of nanocomposites derived from conjugated polymeric matrices. Design of conducting polymers and resultant nanocomposites has instigated significant addition in the field of modern nanoscience and technology. Recently, conducting polymer-based nanocomposites have attracted considerable academic and industrial research interest. The conductivity and physical properties of conjugated polymers have shown dramatic improvement with nanofiller addition. Appropriate fabrication strategies and the choice of a nanoreinforcement, along with a conducting matrix, may lead to enhanced physicochemical features and material performance. Substantial electrical conductivity, optical features, thermal stability, thermal conductivity, mechanical strength, and other physical properties of the conducting polymer-based nanocomposites have led to high-performance materials and high-tech devices and applications. This book begins with a widespread impression of state-of-the-art knowledge in indispensable features and processing of conducting polymer-based nanocomposites. It then discusses essential categories of conducting polymer-based nanocomposites such as polyaniline, polypyrrole, polythiophene, and derived nanomaterials. Subsequent sections of this book are related to the potential impact of conducting polymer-based nanocomposites in various technical fields. Significant application areas have been identified for anti-corrosion, EMI shielding, sensing, and energy device relevance. Finally, the book covers predictable challenges and future opportunities in the field of conjugated nanocomposites. Integrates the fundamentals of conducting polymers and a range of multifunctional applications Describes categories of essential conducting polymer-based nanocomposites for polyaniline, polypyrrole, polythiophene, and derivative materials Assimilates the significance of multifunctional nanostructured materials of nanocomposite nanofibers Portrays current and future demanding technological applications of conjugated polymer-based nanocomposites, including anti-corrosion coatings, EMI shielding, sensors, and energy production and storage devices
2021-04-22 By Ayesha Kausar