6 edition of Functional Materials and Devices found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by A.K. Arof and S.A. Hashim Ali.|
|Series||Materials science forum -- v. 517.|
|Contributions||Arof, A. K., S. A. Hashim Ali.|
|LC Classifications||TA401.3 .I5494 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||2006282341|
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A great many of these functional materials are based on ceramic materials, and it is the aim of this book to provide a repository of knowledge, tips, and tactics relating to the successful integration of these amazing materials into functional devices. Creating thick-film devices is not trivial – but that is probably why you are reading this.
Nanotechnology can be defined as the process of creating functional materials, devices, and systems through control of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Fundamental properties found at the nanoscale include melting temperature, thermal conductivity, charge capacity, electronic conduction, tensile strength, and even color of a material.
Book Description. This informative book focuses on newly developed functional materials and their applications for electronic and spintronic devices.
Electronic devices have become a part of our daily modern life, involving mobile phones, data storage, computers, and satellites, and there is relentless growth in microelectronics.
Functional Materials. This note covers the following topics: Applications of Functional Materials, Importance of Material Sciences, Principals to Classify and Order, Correlations Correlations, Phases and Crystals, Phenomenological Properties of Functional Materials, Mechanical Properties, Thermal Properties, Electrical and Dielectrical Properties, Magnetic Properties, Optical Properties.
Within the chapters of this book written by well-known researchers, one will find the range of methods that have been developed for preparation and functionalization of organic, inorganic and hybrid structures which are the necessary building blocks for the architecture of various advanced functional materials.
The book discusses these. The development of functional materials is at the heart of technological needs and the forefront of materials research. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of functional materials, which are needed for electrical, dielectric, electromagnetic, optical, and magnetic.
This edited book focuses on newly developed functional materials and their applications for electronics and spintronics devices. Electronic devices have become a part of our daily modern life, involving mobile phones, data storage, computers, and satellites, and there is relentless growth in microelectronics.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).The last five decades have seen an explosion of interest in exploring the possibilities of new materials for industrial and commercial applications. Materials Technology is now recognized as being one of the most important factors driving the development and growth of a nation’s economy.
The sciences of design, processing, manufacturing and. This informative book focuses on newly developed functional materials and their applications for electronic and spintronic devices. Electronic devices have become a part of our daily modern life, involving mobile phones, data storage, computers, and satellites, and there is relentless growth in micr.
An efficiency of % and high device stability are simultaneously achieved in the resultant devices. This work opens up opportunities to obtain a new family of spiro‐based electron transport materials and paves a way for realizing high‐performance devices with low cost. This edited book focuses on the newly developed functional materials and their applications for electronics and spintronics devices.
Electronic devices have become a part of our daily modern life involving mobile phones, data storage, computers, and satellites, and. Furthermore, the field of metamaterials has been extended from the mere pursuit of various exotic properties towards the realization of practical devices, leading to the concepts of dynamically-reconfigurable metadevices and functional metasurfaces.
The book explores the fundamental physics, design, and engineering aspects, as well as the full Manufacturer: Springer. Nanowires and Nanobelts: Materials, Properties and Devices It seems that you're in USA. We have a dedicated site for Nanowires and Nanobelts: Materials, Properties and Devices Volume 2: Nanowires and Nanobelts of Functional Materials Nanowires and Nanobelts: Materials, Properties and Devices Book.
Edited by Toshio Naito, a prominent materials scientist, this book will appeal to anyone interested in solid-state chemistry, organic and inorganic semiconductors, low-temperature physics, or the development of functional materials, including advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level students of solid-state properties and researchers in metal.
In the search for new functional materials, a clear understanding about the relationship between the physical properties and the atomic-scale structure of materials is needed.
Here, the authors provide graduate students and scientists with an in-depth account of the evolutionary behavior of. This book describes the latest research on nanopolysaccharides in the development of functional materials, from their preparation, properties and functional modifications to the architecture of diverse functional materials.
Polysaccharide-based nanoparticles, including nanocellulose, nanochitin, and nanostarch have attracted interest in the field of nanoscience, nanotechnology, and materials.
Journal of Functional Materials and Devices (JFMD) is a new journal affiliated with Chinese Materials Research Society and Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, published quarterly in Chinese with English abstracts or in English with Chinese abstracts, started from Featuring contributions from international researchers in both academics and industry, Energy Harvesting with Functional Materials and Microsystems explains the growing field of energy harvesting from a materials and device perspective, with resulting technologies capable of enabling low-power implantable sensors or a large-scale electrical grid.
One of the key components in the development of newer, better devices has been the development of new functional materials.
Materials with magnetic functionality have enabled a number of products that we take for granted in everyday life—besides examples of magnetic storage media and read heads, there are induction stoves, loudspeakers, transformers, and in some other parts of the world.
Journal founded inis by the Chinese Materials Research Society and the Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology co-sponsored by the national academic journals. Publication reflects the main areas of functional materials and devices with innovative technological advances and application of scientific research papers, presentations, reviews.
Ferromagnetic materials are used in magnetic storage devices. Recent research into functional materials has been towards combining two or more of these into what is now known as multiferroic materials so for example, a piezolectric “buzzer” is caused by the application of an AC voltage to a piezoelectric material causing it to vibrate.
Book Description. The field of molecular materials represents an exciting playground for the design, tailoring, and combination of chemical building blocks as carriers of physical properties and aims at the understanding and development of novel functional molecular devices.
The Materials Sciences project provides the fundamental research that underpins the design, development, assembly, and optimization of advanced materials, devices, and systems for DoD applications in areas such as robust diagnostics and therapeutics.
Based on the fusion of chemistry, physics, biology, materials science and information technology, this review volume will try to offer a timely and comprehensive overview on the flexible and stretchable electronic materials and devices. The book will cover the working principle, materials selection, device fabrication and applications of Author: Run-Wei Li, Gang Liu.
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The second international Advances in Functional Materials (AFM) Conference was held at International Convention Center (ICC), Jeju Island, South Korea from August, The conference brought together more than scientists, engineers, educators and students from 59 countries.
Two-dimensional van der Waals heterojunctions for functional materials and devices This review focuses on recent theoretical works about 2D van der Waals heterojunctions especially for functional materials and devices such as photovoltaic Two-dimensional van der Waals heterojunctions for functional materials and devices W.
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Course content. Functional materials are materials that have one or more properties that can be significantly changed in a controlled fashion by external stimuli (temperature, electric/magnetic field, etc.) and are therefore applied in a broad range of technological devices as for example in memories, displays and telecommunication.
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Book Description Global demand for low cost, efficient and sustainable energy production is ever increasing. Driven by recent discoveries and innovation in the science and technology of materials, applications based on functional materials are becoming increasingly important.
This volume focuses on the synthesis, properties and applications of nanowires and nanobelts based on functional materials. Novel devices and applications made from functional oxide nanowires and nanobelts will be presented first, showing their unique properties and applications.
He has over 35 years of experience in employing a combination of techniques to detect and identify point and extended defect and their role on the structural, optical, and electrical properties of bulk and thin film materials.
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Functional Materials and Devices: papers presented at the International Conference on Functional Materials and Devices ((ICFMD), held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 6th-8th June [A K Arof; S. Hashim Ali.;]. Advanced functional materials offer a huge scope for study, as its horizon encompasses a wide range of products and applications across industries.
Functional materials are generally considered to be materials which posses some native functional properties, and not materials with just load bearing capabilities/5(33). Special Issue "Advances in Functional Materials and Devices for Semiconductor and Energy Applications" Special Issue Editors Printable sensing materials and devices.
Prof. You Seung Rim Guest Editor. Coatings is an international peer-reviewed open. The ability to three-dimensionally interweave biological and functional materials could enable the creation of devices possessing unique and compelling geometries, properties, and functionalities.
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A key objective of scientists is to incorporate functional properties of biological materials into new materials and devices. The properties sought include molecular recognition, sensitivity and specificity of response, energy storage and conversion, force dynamics of elasticity, adhesive and other mechanical properties, and optical filtering and detection.