RSC Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Series Package
Launched in 2005 with the publication of CNR Rao's Nanotubes and Nanowires, the RSC Nanoscience & Nanotechnology book series presents the latest research and developments in the field via comprehensive monographs.
The RSC is now pleased to offer a collection of the first 10 volumes in the series as one discounted package. This is an incredible 35% saving on the individual purchase price of these leading series titles!
Priced at £899.00 the RSC Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Series Package:
Atom Resolved Surface Reactions
P R Davies, M Roberts, Cardiff University, UK
This book offers a unique perspective of the impact of scanning probe microscopies on our understanding of the surface chemistry at the nanoscale.
“The authors of this book do an outstanding job..." Journal of the American Chemical Society
Biomimetic Nanoceramics in Clinical Use
María Vallet-Regi, Daniel Arcos Navarrete, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
The first book on bioactive nanoceramics to unite the many multidisciplinary concepts useful for those working in bioceramics today.
Bionanodesign: Following Nature's Touch
Maxim Ryadnov, National Physical Laboratory, UK
This new publication brings together contemporary approaches for designing nanostructures that employ naturally derived self-assembling motifs as synthetic platforms.
“Ryadnov’s review of bioinspired nanomaterials is a timely contribution to this fast-paced field.” Reviewed in Journal of the American Chemical Society
|Fullerenes: Principles and Applications
Fernando Langa De La Puente, Universida de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain | Jean-Francois Nierengarten, CNRS, France
Written by leading experts in the field the book summarises the basic principles of fullerene chemistry but also highlights remarkable advances that have occurred in recent years.
“The quality of the book is enhanced by the fact that many of the authors are excellent practitioners of their respective areas. It is a resource that should be added to institutional collections and perhaps even to the collection of researchers in this area.” Journal of the American Chemical Society
|Metallic and Molecular Interactions in Nanometer Layers, Pores and Particles
Jurgen-Hinrich Fuhrhop, Free University of Berlin, Germany | Tianyu Wang, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
This book draws together the published material on nanochemistry from 2005-2008, choosing each important element of the periodic table, summarising relevant general properties and then detailing the findings.
This book takes the reader on a journey through the diverse world of nanotechnology research and development, covering 122 specific research projects taking place in laboratories around the world.
|Nanocasting: A Versatile Strategy for Creating Nanostructured Porous Materials
An-Hui Lu, Dalian University of Technology, China | Dongyuan Zhao, Fudan University, China | Ying Wan, Shanghai Normal University, China
Focuses on the synthesis of porous solids and introduces nanocasting from fundamental principles to their use in the synthesis of various materials.
Joshua Edel, Andrew deMello, Imperial College London, UK
Accessible in style, Nanofluidics fills a gap in the literature for a book focusing on bioanalytical applications within this growing field.
|Raman Spectroscopy, Fullerenes and Nanotechnology
Maher Amer, Wright State University, USA
This concise analysis of fullerene based nanostructures covers the use of Raman spectroscopy to elucidate their structure and behaviour.
|Titanate and Titania Nanotubes
Dmitry Bavykin, Frank Walsh, University of Southampton, UK
A unique compilation of data from a wide range of chemical and spectroscopic instrumentation and their integration into nanostructure characterisation.
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