The books in this series provide today’s scientists, graduate students, and engineering professionals with comprehensive knowledge of the latest advanced materials and technologies. Featuring works that focus on emerging as well as commercially available materials, this series offers an overview of advanced materials such as nanomaterials and materials for energy, water, healthcare, and electronics. The series also covers a variety of applications ranging from energy storage to drug delivery systems, field-emission displays, and bioimplants.
Nanotubes and Nanofibers
August 22, 2017
Since publication of the first edition over a decade ago, the field of nanomaterials has grown substantially and has seen many novel developments, such as the discovery of new 2D materials, advancement of photonic crystals, graphene, inorganic nanotubes, and broad utilization of nanoparticles in...
Yury Gogotsi, Volker Presser
March 29, 2017
This book provides information on synthesis, properties, and applications of carbon nanomaterials. With novel materials, such as graphene (atomically flat carbon) or carbon onions (carbon nanospheres), the family of carbon nanomaterials is rapidly growing. This book provides a state-of-the-art...
Francois Beguin, Elzbieta Frackowiak
November 18, 2009
As carbons are widely used in energy storage and conversion systems, there is a rapidly growing need for an updated book that describes their physical, chemical, and electrochemical properties. Edited by those responsible for initiating the most progressive conference on Carbon for Energy Storage...
June 20, 2006
Size, Shape, and Synthesis Key to “Tuning” Properties The discovery and rapid evolution of carbon nanotubes have led to a vastly improved understanding of nanotechnology, as well as dozens of possible applications for nanomaterials of different shapes and sizes ranging from composites to biology,...