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Titel: Nanotechnology and the Environment

ISBN: 0841238774
EAN: 9780841238770
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Barbara Karn, Tina Masciangioli, Wei-Xian Zhang
AMER CHEMICAL SOC

Juni 2005 - gebunden - 416 Seiten

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Nanotechnology and the Environment: Applications and Implications will showcase the latest research in nanotechnology that has both environmental applications and implications. This book will serve as a complete reference framework on how nanotechnology relates to the environment. Book sections cover important research topics relating to how nanotechnology can be used to protect the environment and how nanotechnology might affect the environment or human health. Topics include toxicology and biological interactions of nano-materials, nanoparticle geochemistry in water and air, metrology for nano-sized materials, nanotechnology-based sensors for biological and chemical parameters of environmental interest, environmentally benign manufacturing of nanomaterials, nanotechnology-enabled green energy and power sources, and treatment and remediation of waste streams and polluted sites.

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Preface; SECTION I. ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS; 1. Overview: Environmental Applications and Implications; How does nanotechnology relate to the environment?; 2. Environmental technologies at the nanoscale; 3. Reassessing risk assessment; 4. The environmental impact of engineered nanomaterials; Section II. Environmental Implications: Toxicology and biological interactions of nano-materials; 1. Toxicology and biological interactions of nano-materials: An Overview; 2. A role for immunology in nanotechnology; 3. Effects and fate of inhaled ultrafine particles; 4. Toxicity of single-walled carbon nanotubes in the lungs of mice exposed by intratracheal instillation; 5. Pulmonary-toxicity-screening studies with single-wall carbon nanotubes; Section III. Environmental Implications: Nanoparticle geochemistry in water and air; 1. Nanoparticles and the environment; 2. Nano-scale heavy-metal phases on atmospheric and groundwater colloids; 3. Recent insights into the formation and chemical composition of atmospheric nanoparticles from the Aerosol Nucleation and Real-time Characterization Experiment; 4. Outer-sphere coordination of uranyl carbonate by modified cyclodextrins: implications for speciation and remediation; Section IV. Environmental Implications: Metrology for nano-sized materials; 1. Metrology for nano-sized materials: An Overview; 2. Molecular-dynamics simulation of forces between colloidal nanoparticles; 3. Growth and characterization of single-crystal multilayer nanostructures for fast-ion conduction; 4 esel nanoparticles. Section V. Environmental Applications: Sensors and Sensor systems; 1. Sensors and Sensor systems: An Overview; 2. Sorptive properties of monolayer-protected gold nanoparticle films for chemical vapor sensors and arrays; 3. Semiconductor nanostructures for detection and degradation of low-level organic contaminants from water; 4. Luminescent Silole Nanoparticules as Chemical Sensors for Carcinogenic Chromium(VI) and Arsenic(V); 5. A Nanocontact Sensor for Heavy Metal Ion Detections; 6. Ultrasensitive Pathogen Quantification in Drinking Water Using Highly Piezoelectric Microcantilevers; 7. Nanostructured sorbents for solid-phase microextraction and environmental assay; 8. Photosynthetic biosensors for rapid monitoring of primary source drinking water; Section VI. Environmental Applications: Treatment/Remediation using Nanotechnology; 1. Environmental Applications: Treatment/Remediation using Nanotechnology; 2. Activation of gold nanoparticles on titania: A novel DeSOx catalyst; 3. Fabrication of two-dimensional and three-dimensional platinum nanoparticle systems for chemisorption and catalytic-reaction studies; 4. Nano-biotechnology in using enzymes for environmental remediation: Single-enzyme nanoparticles; 5. Charge development on ferritin: An electrokinetic study of a protein containing a ferrihydrite nanoparticle; 6. A Bioengineering approach to the production of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles; 7. Dendritic nanoscale chelating agents: Synthesis, characterization and environmental applications; 8. Iron nanoparticles for site remediation; 9. Membrane-based nanostructured metals for reductive degradation of hazardous organics; 10. Porous membranes containing zero-valent iron nanorods for water treatment; Section VII. Environmental Applications: Nanocatalysts for environmental technology; 1. Nanocatalysts for environmental technology; 2. Nanocrystalline metal oxides: A new family of mesoporous inorganic materials useful for destructive adsorption of environmental toxins; 3. Development of nanocrystalline zeolite materials as environmental catalysts; 4. A Vibrational spectroscopic study of the CO + NO reaction: From Pd single crystals at ultrahigh vacuum to Pd clusters supported on SiO2 thin films at elevated pressures; 5. Nanostructured catalysts for environmental applications; 6. Catalytic oxidations using nanosized octahedral molecular sieves; Section VIII. Environmental Applications: Environmentally benign nano-manufacturing; 1. Environmentally benign nano-manufacturing: An Overview; 2. Synthesis of surfactant-templated aerogels with tunable nanoporosity; Section IX. Environmental Applications: Nanotech-enabled Green energy and Power Sources; 1. Energy and the environment: Perpetual dilemma or nanotechnology-enabled opportunity?; 2. Electrochemistry at nanometer length scales; 3. Using mesoporous nanoarchitectures to improve battery performance; 4. Nanostructured superlattice thin-film thermoelectric devices; 5. Membraneless fuel cells: An application of microfluidics; 6. Hybrid photoelectrochemical-fuel cell

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