Polymers for Advanced Technologies: Processing, Characterization and Applications

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This book provides an abundance of information about the science and application of nanoparticles in the creation of nanocomposite materials, covering the synthesis, properties, and applications of nanomaterials.

Written by experts in their fields, the chapters provide important updates on a number of aspects of nanomaterials and their practical applications to create new materials, particularly polymer composite materials. The book is an outgrowth of notes the authors have compiled and used to teach advanced courses on polymers for many years.

Useful for engineers and researchers, the book also functions as a highly practical and useful ancillary text for advanced-level students studying nanomaterials and polymer science.

Table of Contents

Updates on Application of Silver Nano-particles
Practical Guide to Nanofiller Aggregation Influence on Nanocomposites
Practical Hints of Different Aspects of Metal/Carbon Nanocomposites Properties
Updates on Polymeric Nanocomposites Reinforcement
Updates to Properties of Metal/Carbon Nanocomposite
Advances on Permeability of Polymer Nanocomposites
A Note on Hybrid Nanocomposites
Application of Electrochemical and Spectro-Electrochemical Methods
Some Aspects and Practical Applications of Multiparameter Equations
A Note on Biological Damage and Protection of Materials
A New Use of Ionic Liquids

Editorial Reviews

"A collection of original papers and some reviews in the field of nanochemistry. The contributors gave the modern information about synthesis, properties and applications of nanoparticles.This book is very important for students, engineers, scientists and all people who are working in the field of nanochemistry. The volume can also be used as a textbook."
—Professor Victor Manuel de Matos Lobo, Head of Group, Coimbra University, Portugal; Professor Stanislav Dmitrievich Razumovsky, Head of Group, Institute of Biochemical Physics, Moscow, Russia; Professor Alexei Leonidovich Iordanskii, Head of Laboratory, Institute of Chemical Physics, Moscow, Russia; and Professor Oleg Vladislavovich Stoyanov, Dean of Faculty, Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan, Russia