By Cameron Chai
Research and Markets has added a book titled ‘Self-Assembly and Nanotechnology Systems: Design, Characterization, and Applications’ to its catalogue.
John Wiley and Sons’ latest book is a fundamental and comprehensive resource for understanding and designing efficient self-assembly and nanotechnology systems. It is an easy-to-use source that scientifically integrates nanoassembly, self-assembly and nanofabrication. It is useful to scientists, professors and students for comprehending and designing applicable technologies for utilization in the field.
This book offers experiment-oriented techniques through general applications, clear questions, myriad examples and case studies for designing, characterizing and applying self-assembly and nanotechnology systems.
This fundamental resource covers methods for detecting assembly building units and key practical assembly techniques for developing nanomechanics, nanofabricated systems, nanoproperties, nanostructures and nanomaterials. Each chapter in the book features algorithmic diagrams for a general overview.
This informative reference also features hands-on lab activities and schematics designed to relate assembly principles with real systems. It also discusses the selection of assembly principles, different structures and sources of assembly building units, methods, segmental analysis, predictive models and characterization techniques.
This book on self-assembly and nanotechnology systems is a practical guide, which not only grants practitioners the skills to accurately study assembly building units but also help them to work with applications so that they can better understand this rapidly developing scientific field.
Chemical Abstracts Service’s Scientific Information Analyst, Yoon S. Lee is the author of the book.