By Peter Kralchevsky, Reinhard Miller, Francesca Ravera
''This booklet describes highlights within the very sleek clinical international of nanotechnology. The contributions are all according to state of the art rules in colloid and interface technological know-how and convey how nice development within the quite a few branches of nanotechnology might be reached. The chapters provide examples of the synthesis of nanoparticles for particular purposes in addition to their characterization in bulk levels and at interfaces. the appliance of the colloid and interfacial technological know-how ideas permits additionally constructing new experimental and theoretical tools''-- Read more...
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Colloid and Interface Chemistry for Nanotechnology by Peter Kralchevsky, Reinhard Miller, Francesca Ravera