Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/189a6c/functionalized_ino) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Functionalized Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization and Properties of Nanostructured Solids" to their offering.
Functionalized Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization & Properties of Nanostructured Solids covers several classes of nanostructured and functionalized inorganic fluorides, oxide-fluorides, and fluorinated oxides such as silica and alumina. Ranging from powders or glass-ceramics to thin layers and coatings, they have applications as more efficient and less aggressive catalysts, UV absorbers, planar optical waveguides, integrated lasers and optical amplifiers, luminescent materials, anti-reflective coatings and high Tc superconductors.
With a focus on new types of solids, such as nanopowders, hybrids, mesoporous fluorides, and intercalation compounds, the book covers new synthesis routes; physical-chemical characterizations - including morphology, structure, spectroscopic and optical behaviour; detailed ab initio investigations and simulations; and -last but not least- potential applications.
Key Topics Covered:
- Sol-Gel Synthesis of Nano-Scaled Metal Fluorides, Mechanism and Properties
- Microwave-Assisted Route Towards Fluorinated Nanomaterials
- High Surface Area Metal Fluorides as Catalysts
- Investigation of surface acidity using a range of probe molecules
- Probing short and medium range order in Al-based fluorides using high resolution solid state nuclear magnetic resonance and parameter modelling
- Predictive Modelling of Aluminium Fluoride Surfaces
- Inorganic Fluoride materials from Solvay-Fluor and their industrial applications
- New nanostructured fluorocompounds as UV absorbers
- Oxyfluoride transparent glass-ceramics
- Sol-Gel Route to Inorganic Fluoride Nanomaterials with Optical Properties
- Fluoride glasses and planar optical waveguides
- Polyanion condensation in inorganic and hybrid fluoroaluminates
- Synthesis, structure and superconducting/magnetic properties of Cu- and Mn- based oxyfluorides
- Doping Influence on the Defect Structure and Ionic Conductivity of Fluorine- Containing Phases
- Hybrid intercalation compounds containing perfluoroalkyl groups
- The fluoride route: a good opportunity for the preparation of 2D and 3D inorganic microporous frameworks
- Access to Highly Fluorinated Silica by Direct F2 Fluorination
- Preparation and properties of rare-earth containing oxide fluoride glasses
- Switchable hydrophobic-hydrophilic fluorinated layer for offset processing