Handbook of Nanophysics: Functional Nanomaterials illustrates the importance of tailoring nanomaterials to achieve desired functions in applications. Each peer-reviewed chapter contains a broad-based introduction and enhances understanding of the state-of-the-art scientific content through fundamental equations and illustrations, some in color.This

part |2 pages

Part I: Nanocomposites

chapter 1|16 pages

Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Composites

chapter 2|24 pages

Printable Metal Nanoparticles Inks

chapter 3|16 pages

Polymer-Clay Nanocomposites

chapter 5|16 pages


part |2 pages

Part II: Nanoporous and Nanocage Materials

chapter 9|12 pages

Nanoporous Materials

chapter 10|14 pages

Ordered Nanoporous Structure

chapter 11|10 pages

Giant Nanomembrane

chapter 12|14 pages

Graphitic Foams

chapter 13|24 pages

Arrayed Nanoporous Silicon Pillars

chapter 14|24 pages

Nanoporous Anodic Oxides

chapter 15|10 pages

Metal Oxide Nanhole Array

part |2 pages

Part III: Nanolayers

chapter 17|20 pages

Self-Assembled Monolayers

chapter 18|22 pages

Graphene and Boron Nitride Single Layers

chapter 19|12 pages

Epitaxial Graphene

chapter 20|22 pages

Electronic Structure of Graphene Nanoribbons

chapter 21|26 pages

Transport in Graphene Nanostructures

chapter 22|10 pages

Magnetic Graphene Nanostructures

chapter 23|14 pages

Graphene Quantum Dots

chapter 24|12 pages

Gas Molecules on Graphene

chapter 25|20 pages

Graphene Cones

part |2 pages

Part IV: Indentation and Patterning

chapter 26|16 pages

Theory of Nanoindentation

chapter 27|14 pages

Nanoindentation on Silicon

chapter 28|14 pages

Nanohole Arrays on Silicon

chapter 29|16 pages

Nanoindentation of Biomaterials

chapter 30|16 pages

Writing with Nanoparticles

chapter 31|16 pages

Substrate Self-Patterning

part |2 pages

Part V: Nanosensors

part |2 pages

Part VI: Nano-Oscillators

chapter 35|22 pages

Nanomechanical Resonators

chapter 36|16 pages

Mechanics of Nanoscaled Oscillators

chapter 37|12 pages

Nanoelectromechanical Resonators

chapter 38|24 pages

Spin-Transfer Nano-Oscillators

part |2 pages

Part VII: Hydrogen Storage

chapter 39|20 pages

Endohedrally Hydrogen-Doped Fullerenes

chapter 40|30 pages

Molecular Hydrogen in Carbon Nanostructures

chapter 41|16 pages

Hydrogen Storage in Nanoporous Carbon

chapter 42|12 pages

Hydrogen Adsorption in Nanoporous Materials