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Elsevier S&T Books Releases Journals and Books on Nanotechnology

Published on August 3, 2011 at 8:06 AM

By Cameron Chai

A provider of education and information resources to professionals globally, Elsevier Science & Technology Books has offered journals and books that speak about major nanotechnology breakthroughs.

Nano Today, Elsevier journal, discussed the key roles played by nanosize in lithium reactive nanomaterials utilized in Li ion batteries. Elsevier S&T Books’ provides detailed information on nanotechnology research in its latest books and those yet to be released.

Nanotechnology: An Introduction by Jeremy Ramesden

The book, Nanotechnology: An Introduction by Jeremy Ramsden, offers an introduction of the increasingly developing and growing nanotechnology field by highlighting the key fundamentals. It features a robust framework of the subject. This book is a collection of theories, principles, and experiments of nanotechnology presenting the overview of the opportunities and limitations of this revolutionized field.

The book titled Microfabrication for Industrial Applications by Regina Luttge brings out the industrial perception for nano- and micro-fabrication approaches that include expenditure, robustness, yield, process tolerance, conversion of concepts from laboratories to factories, and huge-volume manufacturing. It provides a history of nanofabrication, micro-fabrication, and miniaturization and monitors application in industrial fields by demonstrating fabrication processes related to nano and micro devices.

The book written by Waqar Ahmed & M. J. Jackson, Emerging Nanotechnologies for Manufacturing, explains the verge of commercialization of nanotechnology. This book provides information of an international expert team exploring the raising nanotechnologies that are expected to change nano live into the manufacturing units.

Microsystems for Bioelectronics by Victor V. Zhirnov & Ralph K. Cavin III is a book that takes into consideration the physical trends and principles in independent microsystems for applications in biomedical. It offers a physics-based evaluation of the efficiency of miniaturization technologies, especially highlights the limits for communication subsystems, computation, sensors, and energy sources that are being developed. The seven chapters of this book analyze various aspects of semiconductor bioelectronic microsystems.

Source: http://www.elsevierdirect.com/

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