Molecular Dynamics of Nanostructures and Nanoionics

1st Edition

Junko Habasaki

Jenny Stanford Publishing
March 31, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 400 Pages
ISBN 9789814800778 - CAT# K464380

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Summary

Nanostructured materials with multiple components and complex structures are the current focus of research and are expected to develop further for material designs in many applications in electrochemical, colloidal, medical, pharmaceutical, and several other fields. This book discusses complex nanostructured systems exemplified by nanoporous silicates, spontaneously formed gels from silica-nanocolloidal solutions, and related systems and examines them using molecular dynamics simulations. Nanoporous materials, nanocolloidal systems, and gels are useful in many applications and can be used in electric devices and storage and for gas, ion, and drug delivery. The book gives an overview of the history, current status, and frontiers of the field. It also discusses the fundamental aspects related to the common behaviors of some of these systems and common analytical methods to treat them.

Nanostructured materials have unique properties and these characteristics tend to be explained by the large surface areas or properties of boundaries. However, there are many examples that cannot be explained by these factors only.

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