Organic and Inorganic Nanostructures
The fast-growing world of nanotechnology promises to revolutionize microelectronics and optoelectronics with the production and application of materials, devices and systems at nanoscale (1 to 100 billionth of a meter). This book provides professionals and researchers with a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of organic and inorganic nanostructures - materials formed by chemical routes that engineers can use to build a wide range of electronic devices and sensors. Practitioners gain insight into the selection and optimization of nanostructures for specific applications and the development of novel nanoelectronic and sensing devices. Moreover, the book provides a thorough overview of the most important research in the field, presents experimental methods of studying nanostructures and nanostructured materials, and offers a look at the future direction of nanoelectronics.
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Wet Technologies for the Formation of Organic Nanostructures 1
Structural Study of OrganicInorganic Nanocomposites
Optical Properties of OrganicInorganic Nanostructures
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