Call for book chapter-Metal oxides based Electrochemical Sensors-Elsevier Science & Technology Books, Metal Oxides Series.

Dear Author,

 

I am pleased to invite you to contribute a chapter in any of the following topics for the upcoming book entitled “Metal Oxides and Their Nanocomposites-Based Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals” to be published in Elsevier Science & Technology Books, Metal Oxides Series.

 

Proposed table of contents

 

Chapter 1:      Introduction in Electrochemical Sensors

 

Chapter 2:      Metal Oxide Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

Chapter 3:      Binary Metal Oxide Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 4:      Doped-Metal Oxide Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 5:      Metal oxide-Metal Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 6:      Metal Oxide-Graphene Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 7:      Metal oxide-Carbon Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 8:      Metal Oxide-Polymer Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 9:      Metal Oxide-Carbon Nanotubes Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic  Chemicals

 

Chapter 10:   Metal Oxide-Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 11:   Metal Oxide-Boron Nitride Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 12:   Metal Oxide-Clay Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

Chapter 13:   Metal oxide-Metal-Organic Framework Nanocomposite Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Toxic Chemicals

 

The metal oxide nanomaterials exhibit interesting electrical and photochemical properties because of their size, stability, and high surface area that render them as great choices in fabricating alternative electrode materials for electrochemical energy storage and sensor applications. The hybridization of metal oxides with other materials induces a synergetic effect, leading to the improvement in electrical conductivity, stability, and electron transfer kinetics during the electrocatalytic reactions. These key factors result in greater sensitivity of the sensor materials towards the analyte molecules. In this aspect, the current book will elaborately discuss the electrochemical determination of a variety of toxic chemical contaminants using metal oxide-based nanocomposite materials. Ultrasensitive and selective detection of toxic chemical contaminants is important and demanding, especially for monitoring and controlling the environmental pollution. In recent years, the metal oxide-based nanocomposite materials have shown high potential in the electrochemical detection of heavy metals, inorganic anions, phenolic compounds, pesticides, and chemical warfare reagents. In addition to the instrumental simplicity, the electrochemical methods show the improved sensor performance through the synergetic effect of metal oxide and other electroactive nanomaterial present in the nanocomposite. Thus, detailed information on the electrochemical sensing of toxic chemical contaminants using metal oxide-based nanomaterials must be obtained in order to realize their high potential to the maximum. The recent progress in developing electrochemical sensors using metal oxide-based nanocomposite materials and the perspectives on future opportunities in sensor research and development will also be discussed in this book.

 

We are aware of your contribution in the field and it would be our pleasure if you could accept the invitation to contribute a chapter for this book in the above mentioned titles. The length of book chapter should have 25-35 pages with maximum of 8-12 display items (figures, tables and illustrations).There is no page charge for the publication of the book chapter; however, the acceptance is purely based on the merit/quality of the manuscript. If you are interested to participate in our publishing endeavour, please submit one page abstract about your chapter with title, author names and their affiliations along with the contributing author’s biodata for screening before 10th June 2019 to pandikumaran@gmail.com

 

Also fill this Google form

 

https://forms.gle/jpuSZ2Z4FJHrKfXLA

 

The deadline for the submission of completed book chapter is 20th August, 2019.

 

You are also requested to suggest the name of some other suitable and interested author’s name to join us in contributing the chapters for this Book or forward this mail to them. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.We look forward to establish cooperation with you shortly.



Best wishes!

 

Regards

Dr. A.Pandikumar& Dr.P.Rameshkumar

Editors (Elsevier Science & Technology Books, Metal Oxides Series.)

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Dr. A. Pandikumar,

Scientist

Functional Materials Division

CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute 

Karaikudi-630003, Tamil Nadu, India

Mobile:  +91-9994228483

E-mail: pandikumaran@gmail.com

 

Dr.P.Rameshkumar

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry

Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education

Krishnankoil-626126,Tamil Nadu,India

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