Self-Assembled Nanomaterials I: Nanofibers by Toshimi ShimizuSelf-Assembled Nanomaterials I: Nanofibers by Toshimi Shimizu

Self-Assembled Nanomaterials I: Nanofibers

byToshimi Shimizu

Hardcover | September 26, 2008

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near future. The morpholo- cally variable characteristics of supramolecular assemblies can also function as pre-organized templates to synthesize one-dimensional hybrid nanoc- posites. The obtained one-dimensional organic-inorganic, organic-bio, or organic-metal hybrid materials are potentially applicable to sensor/actuator arrays, nanowires,and opto-electricdevices. ThepresentvolumesonSelf-AssembledNano?bers(Volume219)andNa- tubes(Volume220)provideanoverviewonthoseaspectswithineightchapters.
Title:Self-Assembled Nanomaterials I: NanofibersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:175 pagesPublished:September 26, 2008Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:354085102X

ISBN - 13:9783540851028

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Table of Contents

N. Kimizuka: Self-Assembly of Supramolecular Nanofibers.- N. Higashi, T. Koga: Self-Assembled Peptide Nanofibers.- B.-K. Cho, H.-J. Kim, Y.-W. Chung, G.-I. Lee, M. Lee: Self-Assembled Nanofibers and Related Nanostructures from Molecular Rods.- A. Greiner, J.H. Wendorff: Functional Self-Assembled Nanofibers by Electrospinning.-

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From the reviews:"This series presents . reviews of the present and future trends in polymer and biopolymer science including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics and materials science. It is addressed to all scientists at universities and in industry who wish to keep abreast of advances in the topics covered. . A variety of nanofibers . with well defined morphologies and dimensions are discussed in terms of self-assembly of molecular and polymer building blocks in bulk solution or confined geometry like nanopores." (Current Engineering Practice, Vol. 219, 2009)