Nanophotonics, Nanooptics, Nanobiotechnology, and Their Applications [E-Book] : Selected Proceedings of the 6th International Conference Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials (NANO2018), August 27-30, 2018, Kyiv, Ukraine / edited by Olena Fesenko, Leonid Yatsenko.
Fesenko, Olena, (editor)
Yatsenko, Leonid, (editor)
1st edition 2019.
Cham : Springer, 2019
XVIII, 473 pages 222 illustrations, 130 illustrations in color (online resource)
Springer Proceedings in Physics ; 222
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Table of Contents:
  • PartI: Nanophotonics and nanooptics
  • Chapter1: SiO2/n-Si template for copper nanostructures formation
  • Chapter2: Synthesis, morphology, structure and luminescence properties of Bi-containing phosphates: review and detailed consideration on the example of Pr3+ - doped BiPO4 nanopowders
  • Chapter3: Anomalous Change of Refractive Index for Au Sols under Laser Illumination
  • Chapter4: Development of the waveguide photonic crystal structures formed by distribution of nanoparticles in polymer matrix
  • Chapter5: Optical phenomena in nanoscale tin dioxide films obtained by means of polymersf
  • Chapter6: Optical Properties of Polytetrafluoroethylene-Carbon Nanotubes Composite in the Light Spectrum Range 320-1000 nm
  • Chapter7: Based on pneumatic photonic structures high accuracy measurement procedure for the universal gas constant
  • Chapter8: Nanoscale photocatalytic layers with titania on stainless steel foil
  • Chapter9: New methacrylic polymers with heterocyclic analogs of stilbene in side chain - promising materials for optoelectronics
  • Chapter10: Electro-Transport Properties of Ultraviolent irradiated carbon nanotubes
  • Chapter11: New Method for rapid Digital Hologram Processing
  • Chapter12: Theory of Exciton States in Nanosystems Containing Dielectric Quantum Dots
  • PartII: Nanobiotechnology
  • Chapter13: Magnetic resonance nanotherapy for malignant tumors
  • Chapter14: Nanoporous biochar for removal of toxic organic compounds from water
  • Chapter15: The Regularities of Sorption of Substances of Different Nature by pH-sensitive Acrylic Hydrogels for Plant Nanofertilizer Formation
  • Chapter16: Effect of porosity on ion transport through polymers and polymer-based composites containing inorganic nanoparticles (review)
  • chapter17: Features of the influence of UFS / raffinose nanocomposites on in vitro cultivation of a gamets of swine
  • Chapter18: The infrared and Raman spectra of acetaminophen - cholesterol complex: DFT study
  • Chapter19: Change in functional state of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells after incubation with silver nanoparticles
  • PartIII: Applications
  • Chapter20: Challenges in Studying the Incorporation of Nanomaterials to Building Materials on Microbiological Models
  • Chapter21: Computational studies of adsorption of toxic molecules and anions on the surface of doped and functionalized carbon nanotubes
  • Chapter22: Single-molecule conductance theory using different orbitals for different spins: Applications to π-electrons in graphenes molecules
  • Chapter23: Nanostructure complexes in water from the position of SPE-effect and theory of water, created by J. Preparata
  • Chapter24: Nanocomposite hydrogels containing silver nanoparticles as materials for wound dressings
  • Chapter25: Green synthesis of magnetic spinel nanoparticles
  • Chapter26: Properties of ultra-thin lipid layers surrounding boron-nitride nanotube - computer simulation study
  • Chapter27: Properties of n-cyanobifenyl nematogene phases formed between carbon nanotube arrays - computer simulation study
  • Chapter28: Tryptophan-stabilized plasmonic Fe3O4/Ag nanoparticles
  • Chapter29: Influence of Mg content on structural and magnetic properties of green synthesized Li0.5-0.5xMgxFe2.5-0.5xO4 (0.0 £ x £ 0.8) nanoferrites
  • Chapter30: Current State of Fuel Cell Research
  • Chapter31: Synthesis and study of methacrylic monomers and polymers on the basis of aurones.