Through this fascinating introduction, both scientists and engineers gain insights into the "other side" of nanotechnology. Reviews " Once your mind becomes receptive to the idea of nanotechnology, the book is relatively easy to read, and I would recommend it as a good introductory text. His research work concerns chip-based reaction technology, with interests focusing around molecular nanotechnology such as biotechnical microprocesses and DNA nanoparticle adducts.
He studied chemistry in Halle an der Saale and Jena, obtaining his diploma in After completing his Ph.
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About Wolfgang Fritzsche. The aim of Part II will be to give a good overview of the main techniques of their working principles and the type of structures that can be produced in each case. There will be a reasonably extensive coverage of the main physical properties of materials, where a brief overview of basic concepts will be given at the beginning of each chapter. This will provide the reader with an overview of the important physical parameters.
In each chapter the emphasis will be on discussing how the physical constraints of size influence and modify these physical properties. This is one of the key concepts in nanosciences and will be forefront in the analysis of the physical properties given.
In each of these chapters a broad range of applications will be discussed to illustrate how the physical properties of materials can be manipulated to perform very specific functions. This will include sample preparation techniques, characterization methods, physical principles, and applications. Based on a lecture course the author has given over a period of several years, the book includes the benefit from the feedback from students, helping to make the subject matter approachable and appealing to newcomers and students.
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