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The Resource Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems : design, characterization, and applications, Yoon S. Lee

Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems : design, characterization, and applications, Yoon S. Lee

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Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems : design, characterization, and applications
Title
Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems
Title remainder
design, characterization, and applications
Statement of responsibility
Yoon S. Lee
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Nanofabrication can be viewed as a close-to-manufacturing process for nanotechnology systems, nanoassembly is an engineering platform that backs up nanofabrication, and self-assembly is one of the core scientific principles behind nanoassembly. This book provides a systematic explanation of self-assembly, nanoassembly, and nanofabrication; it then networks them together into one book. The book is divided into four parts. The first part shows the assembly building units, and how diverse their origins and structures can be. It also presents how to analyze the building unit structures in a systematic manner. This is be called segmental analysis which is used as an underlying concept for the discussions throughout the book. The second and third parts show the designs and applications of nanotechnology systems, respectively, and how to select proper assembly principles and methods. The last part shows how to select proper characterization techniques and predictive models. This book serves as a companion book and expands on the author's previous book Self-Assembly and Nanotechnology: A Force Balance Approach by using the concepts from that book as a foundation for informatic approach to self-assembly, which can be directly expanded into nanoassembly, and into nanofabrication, which provides an effective way to design/fabricate nanofabricated systems. These topics can be used to develop a variety of nanotechnology systems effectively and efficiently, which could pave a way to green nanotechnology with its potential for economically-sound and environment-friendly nanoscale processes"--Provided by publisher
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Lee, Yoon S.
Dewey number
620/.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TA418.9.N35
LC item number
L443 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
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  • Nanostructured materials
  • Nanostructures
  • Nanotechnology
  • Self-assembly (Chemistry)
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • SCIENCE
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • Nanostructured materials
  • Nanostructures
  • Nanotechnology
  • Self-assembly (Chemistry)
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Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems : design, characterization, and applications, Yoon S. Lee
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Machine generated contents note: Part I. Building Units. Chapter 1. Self-Assembly Systems. 1.1 Self-Assembly. 1.2 Identification of Building Units. 1.3 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Self-Assemblies. 1.4 General Assembly Diagram. 1.5 Collection of Building Units. 1.6 Concluding Remarks. References. Chapter 2. Nanotechnology Systems. 2.1 Nanoassembly. 2.2 Identification of Building Units. 2.3 Nanoelements. 2.4 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Nanoassemblies. 2.5 General Assembly Diagram. 2.6 Self-Assembly, Nanoassembly, and Nanofabrication. 2.7 Collection of Building Units. 2.8 Concluding Remarks. References. Part II. Design. Chapter 3. Identification of Self-Assembly Capability. 3.1 Assembly Issue. 3.2 General Overview. 3.3 Assembly Principles. 3.4 Collection of Primary Self-Assembled Aggregates. 3.5 Summary. References. Chapter 4. Identification of Multi-Step Self-Assemblies. 4.1 Assembly Issues. 4.2 General Overview. 4.3 Assembly Principles. 4.4 Collection of Higher-Order Self-Assembled Aggregates. 4.5 Collection of Self-Assembled Aggregates within Biological Systems. 4.6 Summary. References. Chapter 5. Control of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 5.1 Assembly Issue. 5.2 General Overview. 5.3 Assembly Principles. 5.4 Collection of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 5.5 Summary. References. Chapter 6. Hierarchy and Chirality of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 6.1 Assembly Issue. 6.2 General Overview. 6.3 Assembly Principles. 6.4 Collection of Hierarchy within Self-Assembled Systems. 6.5 Collection of Chirality expressed by Self-Assembled Systems. 6.6 Summary. References. Chapter 7. Assembly with Multiple Building Units. 7.1 Assembly Issue. 7.2 General Overview. 7.3 Assembly Principles. 7.4 Collection of Nanoassembled Systems I.7.5 Collection of Nanoporous Solids. 7.6 Summary. References. Chapter 8. Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.1 Assembly Issue. 8.2 General Overview. 8.3 Assembly Principles. 8.4 Techniques for Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.5 Surface-Induced Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.6 Collection of Nanoassembled Systems II. 8.7 Summary. References. Part III. Applications. 9. External Signal-Responsive Nanomaterials. 9.1 Nanoissue. 9.2 General Overview. 9.3 Assembly Principles. 9.4 Collection of External Signal-Responsive Assembly Systems. 9.5 From Assembly Systems to Nanomaterials. 9.6 Collection of External Signal-Responsive Nanomaterials. 9.7 Summary. References. Chapter 10. Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities. 10.1 Nanoissue. 10.2 General Overview. 10.3 Assembly Principles. 10.4 From Assembled Systems to Nanomaterials. 10.5 Collection of the Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities. 10.6 Summary. References. Chapter 11. Nanostructures: Designed to Perform. 11.1 Nanoissue. 11.2 General Overview. 11.3 Assembly Principles. 11.4 Collection of Common Nanostructure Names. 11.5 Collection of Nanostructures and Their Applications. 11.6 Summary. References. Chapter 12. Nanoproperties: Controlled to Express. 12.1 Nanoissue. 12.2 General Overview. 12.3 Assembly Principles. 12.4 Collection of Nanoproperties and Their Applications. 12.5 Summary. References. Chapter 13. Nanofabricated Systems: Combined to Function. 13.1 Nanoissue. 13.2 General Overview. 13.3 Fabrication Principles. 13.4 Collection of Top-Down Techniques. 13.5 Collection of Top-Down Bulk Materials and Functionalizing Agents. 13.6 Collection of Nanofabricated Systems and Their Applications. 13.7 Summary. References. Chapter 14. Nanomechanical Movements: Combined to Operate. 14.1 Nanoissue. 14.2 General Overview. 14.3 Fabrication Principles. 14.4 Collection of Nanomechanical Movements. 14.5 Summary. References. Part IV. Characterization. 15. Assembly Forces and Measurements. 15.1 Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.2 Collection of Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.3 Measurements of Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.4 Collection of Measurement Techniques. 15.5 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Characterization. References. Chapter 16. Assembly Processes and Critical Behaviors. 16.1 Critical Behavior as the Characterization Guide of Assembly Processes. 16.2 Characterization Principles. 16.3 Collection of Physical Properties to Measure. 16.4 Collection of Critical Assembly Parameters. References. Chapter 17. Assembled Systems and Structural Properties. 17.1 Structural Properties for the Characterization of Assembled Systems. 17.2 Characterization Principles. 17.3 Collection of Structural Properties to Measure. References. Chapter 18. Modeling and Simulations. 18.1 Assembly Systems are Big and Multi-Scales. 18.2 Classic Models. 18.3 Simulations. 18.4 Concluding Remarks. References
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Front Matter -- Building Units. Self-Assembly Systems -- Nanotechnology Systems -- Design. Identification of Self-Assembly Capability -- Identification of Multi-Step Self-Assemblies -- Control of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates -- Hierarchy and Chirality of Self-Assembled Aggregates -- Assembly with Multiple Building Units -- Directed and Forced Assemblies -- Applications. External Signal6Responsive Nanomaterials -- Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities -- Nanostructures: Designed to Perform -- Nanoproperties: Controlled to Express -- Nanofabricated Systems: Combined to Function -- Nanomechanical Movements: Combined to Operate -- Characterization. Assembly Forces and Measurements -- Applications. Assembly Processes and Critical Behaviors -- Characterization. Assembled Systems and Structural Properties -- Modeling and Simulations -- Epilogue: Informatics for Self-Assembly and Nanotechnology Systems -- Index
Control code
768230310
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 459 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118103678
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
10.1002/9781118103708
Publisher number
EB00066343
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)768230310
Label
Self-assembly and nanotechnology systems : design, characterization, and applications, Yoon S. Lee
Publication
Note
Machine generated contents note: Part I. Building Units. Chapter 1. Self-Assembly Systems. 1.1 Self-Assembly. 1.2 Identification of Building Units. 1.3 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Self-Assemblies. 1.4 General Assembly Diagram. 1.5 Collection of Building Units. 1.6 Concluding Remarks. References. Chapter 2. Nanotechnology Systems. 2.1 Nanoassembly. 2.2 Identification of Building Units. 2.3 Nanoelements. 2.4 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Nanoassemblies. 2.5 General Assembly Diagram. 2.6 Self-Assembly, Nanoassembly, and Nanofabrication. 2.7 Collection of Building Units. 2.8 Concluding Remarks. References. Part II. Design. Chapter 3. Identification of Self-Assembly Capability. 3.1 Assembly Issue. 3.2 General Overview. 3.3 Assembly Principles. 3.4 Collection of Primary Self-Assembled Aggregates. 3.5 Summary. References. Chapter 4. Identification of Multi-Step Self-Assemblies. 4.1 Assembly Issues. 4.2 General Overview. 4.3 Assembly Principles. 4.4 Collection of Higher-Order Self-Assembled Aggregates. 4.5 Collection of Self-Assembled Aggregates within Biological Systems. 4.6 Summary. References. Chapter 5. Control of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 5.1 Assembly Issue. 5.2 General Overview. 5.3 Assembly Principles. 5.4 Collection of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 5.5 Summary. References. Chapter 6. Hierarchy and Chirality of Self-Assembled Aggregates. 6.1 Assembly Issue. 6.2 General Overview. 6.3 Assembly Principles. 6.4 Collection of Hierarchy within Self-Assembled Systems. 6.5 Collection of Chirality expressed by Self-Assembled Systems. 6.6 Summary. References. Chapter 7. Assembly with Multiple Building Units. 7.1 Assembly Issue. 7.2 General Overview. 7.3 Assembly Principles. 7.4 Collection of Nanoassembled Systems I.7.5 Collection of Nanoporous Solids. 7.6 Summary. References. Chapter 8. Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.1 Assembly Issue. 8.2 General Overview. 8.3 Assembly Principles. 8.4 Techniques for Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.5 Surface-Induced Directed and Forced Assemblies. 8.6 Collection of Nanoassembled Systems II. 8.7 Summary. References. Part III. Applications. 9. External Signal-Responsive Nanomaterials. 9.1 Nanoissue. 9.2 General Overview. 9.3 Assembly Principles. 9.4 Collection of External Signal-Responsive Assembly Systems. 9.5 From Assembly Systems to Nanomaterials. 9.6 Collection of External Signal-Responsive Nanomaterials. 9.7 Summary. References. Chapter 10. Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities. 10.1 Nanoissue. 10.2 General Overview. 10.3 Assembly Principles. 10.4 From Assembled Systems to Nanomaterials. 10.5 Collection of the Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities. 10.6 Summary. References. Chapter 11. Nanostructures: Designed to Perform. 11.1 Nanoissue. 11.2 General Overview. 11.3 Assembly Principles. 11.4 Collection of Common Nanostructure Names. 11.5 Collection of Nanostructures and Their Applications. 11.6 Summary. References. Chapter 12. Nanoproperties: Controlled to Express. 12.1 Nanoissue. 12.2 General Overview. 12.3 Assembly Principles. 12.4 Collection of Nanoproperties and Their Applications. 12.5 Summary. References. Chapter 13. Nanofabricated Systems: Combined to Function. 13.1 Nanoissue. 13.2 General Overview. 13.3 Fabrication Principles. 13.4 Collection of Top-Down Techniques. 13.5 Collection of Top-Down Bulk Materials and Functionalizing Agents. 13.6 Collection of Nanofabricated Systems and Their Applications. 13.7 Summary. References. Chapter 14. Nanomechanical Movements: Combined to Operate. 14.1 Nanoissue. 14.2 General Overview. 14.3 Fabrication Principles. 14.4 Collection of Nanomechanical Movements. 14.5 Summary. References. Part IV. Characterization. 15. Assembly Forces and Measurements. 15.1 Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.2 Collection of Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.3 Measurements of Intermolecular and Colloidal Forces. 15.4 Collection of Measurement Techniques. 15.5 Implication of Building Unit Structures for Characterization. References. Chapter 16. Assembly Processes and Critical Behaviors. 16.1 Critical Behavior as the Characterization Guide of Assembly Processes. 16.2 Characterization Principles. 16.3 Collection of Physical Properties to Measure. 16.4 Collection of Critical Assembly Parameters. References. Chapter 17. Assembled Systems and Structural Properties. 17.1 Structural Properties for the Characterization of Assembled Systems. 17.2 Characterization Principles. 17.3 Collection of Structural Properties to Measure. References. Chapter 18. Modeling and Simulations. 18.1 Assembly Systems are Big and Multi-Scales. 18.2 Classic Models. 18.3 Simulations. 18.4 Concluding Remarks. References
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Front Matter -- Building Units. Self-Assembly Systems -- Nanotechnology Systems -- Design. Identification of Self-Assembly Capability -- Identification of Multi-Step Self-Assemblies -- Control of the Structures of Self-Assembled Aggregates -- Hierarchy and Chirality of Self-Assembled Aggregates -- Assembly with Multiple Building Units -- Directed and Forced Assemblies -- Applications. External Signal6Responsive Nanomaterials -- Nanomaterials with Intrinsic Functionalities -- Nanostructures: Designed to Perform -- Nanoproperties: Controlled to Express -- Nanofabricated Systems: Combined to Function -- Nanomechanical Movements: Combined to Operate -- Characterization. Assembly Forces and Measurements -- Applications. Assembly Processes and Critical Behaviors -- Characterization. Assembled Systems and Structural Properties -- Modeling and Simulations -- Epilogue: Informatics for Self-Assembly and Nanotechnology Systems -- Index
Control code
768230310
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 459 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118103678
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
10.1002/9781118103708
Publisher number
EB00066343
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)768230310

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