Advanced Materials and Nano Systems: Theory and Experiment - Part 2

Advanced Materials and Nanosystems: Synthesis and Characterization

Author(s): Rekha Garg Solanki * .

Pp: 78-107 (30)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815049961122020010

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The nanomaterials are materials of dimensions 1-100 nm. Advanced materials and Nanosystems; synthesis and characterization is an emerging field of research. The day by day modification in synthesis approaches may generate a new synthetic approach. The gradual development in the synthesis techniques from the bulk to nanoparticles synthesis has been reported in this chapter. We are focused on all types of synthesis methods for advanced nanomaterials and the techniques used for nanomaterials characterization. For the Commercial production of nanomaterials, various bottom-up and top-down approaches have been developed during the last two decades. Here, we are trying to summarize the basic principle of solid phase, vapour phase and liquid phase synthetic techniques in detail with a schematic setup.

Keywords: Ball milling, Coprecipitation, Epitaxial growth, Evaporation, Green or biomimetic synthesis, Liquid and vapour phase synthesis, Micelle & inverse micelle, Polyol, Sol-gel, Solid, Spray pyrolysis, Sputtering.

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