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01.Severe Plastic Deformation: Towards Bulk Production of Nanostructured Materials
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Editors: Armando Barrañón ( Depto de Ciencias Basicas, UAM-Azcapotzalco, Mexico)
Book Description:
Nanotechnology is considered an unlimited discipline inasmuch as it is considered as a mother technology by means of a reductionist approach. Nanotechnology is regarded as a fundamental technology that could ground all the technologies in a similar fashion to the unified theory of physics. Nevertheless, nanotechnology definition, in terms of the system size, which should be less than 1000 nanometers, is not related to the properties of objects or application areas. This confers Nanotechnology with a semantic vagueness that has been profited by several research groups to obtain financial funds inasmuch as nanocosmos has turned out to be a new frontier for scientific research. It is not about building a new world, atom by atom, but of miniaturizing the mesocosmic world to a nanometric scale. Having this in mind, it is necessary to integrate physics, chemistry and molecular biology, notwithstanding are open fields which avoids attaining the goal of a unified theory. Hence, Nanotechnology is heavily grounded in frontier sciences and uses instruments developed for natural sciences investigations. Nanotechnology has continuously evolved sharing with past technologies the same approaches to science policy, therefore, it is problematic to consider nanotechnology as a radical change in the development of technology.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1.- Bidimensional ionic solutions: a molecular dynamics study.
(G. A. Mendez-Maldonado, M. Gonzalez-Melchor and A.H. Ruiz-Estrada, Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico) (pp. 1-8)

Chapter 2.- Children and Teenagers: Seeds for a Next Generation of Nanoscientists.
(M. Tapia and N. Batina, Departamento de Quimica, CBI-UAM-Iztapalapa, Mexico; A. Segura, Universidad Autonoma Benito Juarez, Oaxaca, Mexico) (pp. 9-15)

Chapter 3.- Presentation of some concepts for the understanding of the nanoworld.
(S.J. Castillo, L.E. Regalado, M.R. Manzo-Valencia, J.C. Lopez-Cervantes, M.E. Alvarez-Ramos, A. Apolinar-Iribe and R.P. Duarte-Zamorano, de la Universidad de Sonora; A. Duarte-Moller, Centro de Investigation en Materials Avanzados) (pp. 17-30)

Chapter 4.- Center of Educational Excellence in Nanotechnology: The Proposed World Bank Scientific Millennium Initiatives and Nanotechnogy in Latin America
(G. Foladori, M. Rushton and E. Zayago Lau, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Mexico) (pp. 31-39)

Chapter 5.- Elemental identification by X-ray fluorescence using a portable pyro-electric generator and a CdTe detector for an advanced laboratory course
(M. Castro-Colin, J. A. Lopez, and S. K. Valaparla, Univerisity of Texas at El Paso, TX) (pp. 41-48)

Chapter 6.- Properties of the Near Field produced by a Circular Nanoaperture using the Bethe Formulation
(J. M. Merlo and F. Aguilar, de Optica del Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Puebla, Mexico; E. Marti, Panamenco,Universidad Autonoma de Publa, Puebla, Mexico) (pp. 49-56)

Chapter 7.- Teaching nanostructures using the simple infinite potential well model
(R. Rodriguez-Mijangos and G. Vazquez-Polo, Instituto de Fisca UNAM, Mexico) (pp. 57-60)

Chapter 8.- Synthesis and Characterization of Pt and Pt-Au Nanoparticles for Catalysis and PEM Fuel Cells Applications
(B. Ruiz Camacho, V Mugica Alvarez, M Gutierrez Arzaluz, M. Torres Rodriguez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Acapotzalco; O. Solorza Feria, Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del lPN, Mexico, D.F.) (pp. 61-68)

Chapter 9.- Enhanced Adsorption of Heavy Metals by Nanostructured Composites based upon Dendrimer-Functionalized MCM-41
(M. A. Escalante, E. Delgado, L. F. Garcia, and G. Toriz, Universidad de Guadalajara, Zapopan, Jalisco) (pp. 69-70)

Chapter 10.- Cognitive Level of Secondary School Students and its Relation to Some Conceptual Aspects of Bernoulli Principle
(M. E. Bustamante Estudillo and H. Ruiz Estrada, Benemerita Universad Autonoma de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico) (pp. 71-91)

Chapter 11.- Pharmaceutical Bionanotechnology: Fundamental Principles
(Emilio Segovia, Centro Universitario de Los Lagos) (pp. 91-102)

Chapter 12.- The order parameter of a binary alloy thin film of Cu3Au
(G. Ramirez-Damaso and F-L. Castillo-Alvarado, Esculea Superior de Fisica y Mathematicas del IPN, Mexico, D.F.; I. Zasada and L. Wojtczak, University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland) (pp. 103-107)

Chapter 13.- Green's Function Tight-Binding Formalism for Line-Shape Description of Virtual Electronic States
(S. J. Vlaev, Universad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Mexico) (pp. 109-116)

Chapter 14.- Gender and Social Interaction in Mexican Nanotechnology and Nanosciences Research Groups
(A. Barranon, Col. Reynosa Ta., Mexico City) (pp. 117-136)

Chapter 15.- On the manipulation of a Microscopic Particle by using Optical Tweezers: Flatness based approach
(C. Aguilar-Ibanez and L.I. Rosas-Soriano, CIC, Mexico, D.F.; A. Barranon, UAM-A, Mexico, D.F.; U.P. Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Mexico, D.F.; Col. Reynosa Ta. A.P., Mexico, D.F.; H. Sira-Ramirez, CINVESTAV, Mexico, D.F.; Col. San P. Zacatenco, Mexico, D.F.) (pp. 137-144)

Chapter 16.- Structural features and catalytic activity of Ce1-x(Lax, Rux)O2/Bi2Mo0.9W0.1O6 nanostructured solid solutions
(R. Rangel and F. Huerta, Edificio K. Ciudad Universitaria, Morelia, Mich, Mexico; Pascual Bartolo-Perez, CINVESTAV-IPN, Unidad Merida, Mexico; F.Morales-Leal, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico,D.F; F. Castillon-Barraza and G.H. Galvan, CNyn_UNAM, Carretera Tijuana-Ensenada) (pp. 137-144)

Chapter 17. - Silver Nanoplates: Synthesis, Growth and Functional Properties^
(Xuchuan Jiang, Qinghua Zeng, Aibing Yu, School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia) (pp. 145-182)

Chapter 18.- Study of the Properties of Iron Oxides Nanostructures
(Arturo I. Martinez and M.A. Garcia-Lobato, Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Inst., Cohuila, Mexico; Dale L. Perry, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA. USA) (pp. 183-194)


      Nanotechnology Science and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 209 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-028-7
   Status: AV
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