3 edition of Nanostructured materials and coatings for biomedical and sensor applications found in the catalog.
Nanostructured materials and coatings for biomedical and sensor applications
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nanostructured Materials and Coatings for Biomedical and Sensor Applications (2002 Kiev, Ukraine)
|Statement||edited by Y.G. Gogotsi and Irina V. Uvarova.|
|Series||NATO science series -- v. 102|
|Contributions||Gogot︠s︡i, I︠U︡. G., 1961-, Uvarova, I. V., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||R857.N34 N38 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||2003049751|
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Foregoing ARW gathered together the scientists working in the area of nanosized materials and coatings and their applications in biomedicine and sensors.
The first objective of this AR W was to discuss the current research covering a wide range of physical and chemical properties of biomaterials. This volume contains papers that were presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nanostructured Materials and Coatings for Biomedical and Sensor Applications held in Kyiv, Ukraine, August, A total of scientists from 14 countries participated in our ARW, making it a really international event.
The book gives an overview of the state-of-the-art of nanocomposite coatings, nanostructured thin films and their applications. Details: Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2nd International Conference on Nanostructured Materials, Thin Films and Hard Coatings for Advanced Applications, Sozopol, Bulgaria, May Materials for Biomedical Applications -- Nanostructured Materials in Medicine -- State of the Art in Ukraine \/ I.
Uvarova -- Current Trends in Biomaterial Coatings \/ S.V. Mikhalovsky, et al. -- Injectable Nanoparticle Technology for In Vitro Remediation of Overdosed Toxins \/ R. Partch, et al.
-- Nanostructured MeSiO2 (Me=Ag, Cu) Coatings. Sensors Based on Nanostructured Materials presents the many different techniques and methods of fabricating materials on the nanometer scale and specifically, the utilization of these resources with regard to sensors.
The techniques which are described here are studied from an application-oriented perspective, providing the reader with a broader view of the types of nanostructured sensors.
Nanostructured Polymer Composites for Biomedical Applications addresses the challenges researchers face regarding the creation of nanostructured polymer composites that not only have superior performance and mechanical properties, but also have acceptable biological function.
This book discusses current efforts to meet this challenge by discussing the multidisciplinary nature of nanostructured. This chapter discusses the synthesis of nanostructured materials by inert-gas condensation (IGC) methods. Nanostructured materials are single-phase or multiphase polycrystalline solids with a typical average grain size of a few nanometers, typically less than nm.
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Current developments in nanostructured materials and nanotechnology will have profound impact in many areas such as energy technologies and biomedical applications. These include solar cells, energy storage, environmental control, tissue engineering, bioprobe, biomarking, cancer diagnosis, cancer therapy, and drug by: Bulk nanostructured metallic materials for implant applications; Biodegradable nanostructured materials for temporary implants; Nanoporous coatings for biomedical applications; Multilayer nanostructured coatings for medical implants; Coatings with bioactive nanoparticles; Biomimetic materials and coatings; Interaction of coatings and nanostructured substrate as insights into the better biocompatibility.
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Retaining the organization of the first edition, Part 1 covers the important synthesis and processing methods for the production of nanocrystalline materials.
Metals and alloys, ceramics, plastics, glass, and textiles are the most commonly used materials in biomedical applications such as implants, stents, surgical tools, drug-delivery systems, bone and tissue replacements, diagnosis systems, sensors, and other by: 1.
Nanostructured materials and coatings for biomedical and sensor applications contribute to the dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge about the application of nanostructured materials and The research presented here addresses the fundamental scientific problems that must be resolved in order to take advantage of the nanoscale approach to creating new materials.
Sputtered carbon coatings have been reported to have excellent tribological properties (low friction coefficient and wear rate) and therefore have the potential to be used as hard, solid lubricant, wear resistant coatings.
During a research program aimed at reducing the wear of UHMWPE hip joint prostheses by coating the metal femoral head, a new type of carbon coating was developed which Author: S. Taylor, A. Jones, D.
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The biological functions of encapsulated drugs and cells can be dramatically enhanced by designing biomaterials with controlled organizations at the nanometer scale. This review summarizes the most recent development in utilizing nanostructured materials for applications in drug delivery and Cited by: Classification of Nanostructured Materials.
smart materials, sensors, applications are discussed. This book has been concerned with the size effects and. She is co-author of 2 book chapters, book editor and co-inventor of 5 patents in the field of energy conversion and storage and delivered keynote & invited talks.
Interests and objetives Her research objective is the development of nanostructured materials for optoelectronics devices and more specifically for thin film solar cells. Google Scholar. For this reason, various nanostructured particles (e.g., organic, inorganic, and hybrid materials) have been suggested as potential colorimetric pH sensors because of their high sensitivities.
Nanoscience and technology are interdisciplinary fields that bring together physicists, chemists, materials scientists, biochemists, and engineers to meet both current and future challenges, including searching for nanostructured materials for various advanced applications, clean and renewable energies for sustainable development, new technologies for environmental protection and new.The second component is a discussion of the biomedical asp DOWNLOAD BOOK.
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In this Letter, we developed a nanostructured conductive polymer-based gas sensor with high sensitivity of ΔR/R0 = % toward 5 ppm ammonia NH3 and unprecedented sensitivities of 46% and Cited by: