Ordered Porous Nanostructures and Applications

Ordered Porous Nanostructures and Applications

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Reviews the most interesting materials on the market concerning self-ordering, including macroporous silicon, porous alumina, MCM41 and photonic bandgap.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 207 pages
  • 165 x 248 x 15.75mm | 575g
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 2005 ed.
  • 4 Tables, black and white; XIII, 207 p.
  • 0387235418
  • 9780387235417

Table of contents

Materials and Preparations.- Electrochemical Pore Array Fabrication on n-Type Silicon Electrodes.- Macropores in p-Type Silicon.- Highly Ordered Nanohole Arrays in Anodic Porous Alumina.- The Way to Uniformity in Porous III-V Compounds via Self-Organization and Lithography Patterning.- Microporous Honeycomb-Structured Polymer Films.- From Nanosize Silica Spheres to Three-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals.- Applications.- Macroporous Silicon Photonic Crystals.- High-Density Nickel Nanowire Arrays.- Porous Silicon for Micromachining.
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"Ralf Wehrspohn has assembled timely contributions from leading researchers whose expertise is focused on ordered porous materials. ... this is an informative and timely book that describes the most important methods of synthesis and applications of porous nano-structures. It is a good ... reference work for researchers working in the field of ordered porous materials." (Michael J. Sailor, Angewandte Chemie, Vol. 46 (5), 2007)
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"Ralf Wehrspohn has assembled timely contributions from leading researchers whose expertise is focused on ordered porous materials. ... this is an informative and timely book that describes the most important methods of synthesis and applications of porous nano-structures. It is a good ... reference work for researchers working in the field of ordered porous materials." (Michael J. Sailor, Angewandte Chemie, Vol. 46 (5), 2007)
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