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Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780849375637Publication details: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2007.ISBN:
  • 9781420007848
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and TechnologyDDC classification:
  • 620/.5
LOC classification:
  • T174.7 .H36 2007eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Front cover; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Editors; Contributors; Contents; Section 1: Nanotechnology Overview; Chapter 1. There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom: An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics; Chapter 2. Rommat the Bottom, Plenty of Tyranny at the Top; Chapter 3. National NanotechnologyInitiative -Past, Present, Future; Section 2: Molecular and Nanoelectronics; Chapter 4. Engineering Challenges in Molecular Electronics; Chapter 5. Molecular Electronic Computing Architectures; Chapter 6. Nanoelectronic Circuit Architectures
Chapter 15. Magnetic Manipulation for the Biomedical SciencesChapter 16. Nanoparticle Manipulation by Electrostatic Forces; Chapter 17. Biological- and Chemical-Mediated Self-Assembly of Artificial Micro- and Nanostructures; Chapter 18. Nanostructural Architectures from Molecular Building Blocks; Chapter 19. Building Block Approaches to Nonlinear and Linear Macromolecules; Chapter 20. Introduction to Nanomanufacturing; Chapter 21. Textile Nanotechnologies; Section 5: Functional Structures; Chapter 22. Carbon Nanotubes; Chapter 23. Mechanics of Carbon Nanotubes1
Chapter 24. Dendrimers - an Enabling Synthetic Science to Controlled Organic NanostructuresChapter 25. Design and Applications of Photonic Crystals; Chapter 26. Progress in Nanofluidics for Cell Biology; Chapter 27. Carbon Nanostructures and Nanocomposites; Chapter 28. Contributions of Molecular Modeling to Nanometer-Scale Science and Technology; Chapter 29. Accelerated Design Tools for Nanophotonic Devices and Applications; Chapter 30. Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery; Index; Back cover;
Chapter 7. Molecular Computing and Processing PlatformsChapter 8. Spin Field Effect Transistors; Chapter 9. Electron Charge and Spin Transport in Organic and Semiconductor Nanodevices: Moletronics and Spintronics; Chapter 10. Nanoarchitectonics: Advanced in Nanoelectronics; Chapter 11. Molecular Machines; Section 3: Molecular Electronics Devices; Chapter 12. Molecular Conductance Junctions: A Theory and Modeling Progress Report; Chapter 13. Modeling Electronics at the Nanoscale; Chapter 14. Resistance of a Molecule; Section 4: Manipulation and Assembly
Summary: The first edition of the standard-setting Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology saw the field through its infancy. Reassembling the preeminent team of leading scientists and researchers from all areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology along with several new pioneers, this second edition will guide the field through its burgeoning adolescence. In particular, it discusses fundamental theory of molecular and nanoelectronics, advanced fabrication technologies, modeling and simulation results, and novel molecular and nanoelectronic devices. Major updates throughout the book in additi
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Front cover; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Editors; Contributors; Contents; Section 1: Nanotechnology Overview; Chapter 1. There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom: An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics; Chapter 2. Rommat the Bottom, Plenty of Tyranny at the Top; Chapter 3. National NanotechnologyInitiative -Past, Present, Future; Section 2: Molecular and Nanoelectronics; Chapter 4. Engineering Challenges in Molecular Electronics; Chapter 5. Molecular Electronic Computing Architectures; Chapter 6. Nanoelectronic Circuit Architectures

Chapter 15. Magnetic Manipulation for the Biomedical SciencesChapter 16. Nanoparticle Manipulation by Electrostatic Forces; Chapter 17. Biological- and Chemical-Mediated Self-Assembly of Artificial Micro- and Nanostructures; Chapter 18. Nanostructural Architectures from Molecular Building Blocks; Chapter 19. Building Block Approaches to Nonlinear and Linear Macromolecules; Chapter 20. Introduction to Nanomanufacturing; Chapter 21. Textile Nanotechnologies; Section 5: Functional Structures; Chapter 22. Carbon Nanotubes; Chapter 23. Mechanics of Carbon Nanotubes1

Chapter 24. Dendrimers - an Enabling Synthetic Science to Controlled Organic NanostructuresChapter 25. Design and Applications of Photonic Crystals; Chapter 26. Progress in Nanofluidics for Cell Biology; Chapter 27. Carbon Nanostructures and Nanocomposites; Chapter 28. Contributions of Molecular Modeling to Nanometer-Scale Science and Technology; Chapter 29. Accelerated Design Tools for Nanophotonic Devices and Applications; Chapter 30. Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery; Index; Back cover;

Chapter 7. Molecular Computing and Processing PlatformsChapter 8. Spin Field Effect Transistors; Chapter 9. Electron Charge and Spin Transport in Organic and Semiconductor Nanodevices: Moletronics and Spintronics; Chapter 10. Nanoarchitectonics: Advanced in Nanoelectronics; Chapter 11. Molecular Machines; Section 3: Molecular Electronics Devices; Chapter 12. Molecular Conductance Junctions: A Theory and Modeling Progress Report; Chapter 13. Modeling Electronics at the Nanoscale; Chapter 14. Resistance of a Molecule; Section 4: Manipulation and Assembly

The first edition of the standard-setting Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology saw the field through its infancy. Reassembling the preeminent team of leading scientists and researchers from all areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology along with several new pioneers, this second edition will guide the field through its burgeoning adolescence. In particular, it discusses fundamental theory of molecular and nanoelectronics, advanced fabrication technologies, modeling and simulation results, and novel molecular and nanoelectronic devices. Major updates throughout the book in additi