Advanced Search. Advanced Search Users Online: This review reports recent advances in Metallic nanostructures based electrochemical sensors. Interesting aspects of NPs include size and shape-dependent interatomic bond distances, melting points, chemical reactivity, and optical and electronic properties. The small size of Metallic nanostructures has allowed nanoscale electrochemical processes to be probed.
Electrochemical characteristics can be related directly to other properties of the Metallic nanostructures. The challenge of ultimately measuring the electrochemical behavior of individual Metallic nanostructures is leading to imaginative experiments that have an impact on electrochemistry in general, as well as broader surface and colloid science, as we highlight in this Review.
One of the largest applications of Metallic nanostructures is in electrocatalysis, the field of catalysis concerned with reactions that involve charge transfer at the interface between a solid catalyst and an electrolyte. A key aspect to the study of Metallic nanostructures as electrocatalysts is the preparation and characterization of nanoparticulate electrodes, which often consist of Metallic nanostructures dispersed on a support material.
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Schmuki, P. Ed , Virtanen, S. Available Formats: Softcover Hardcover eBook. Ghatak, K. Ed , Rinaldi, R. Publishing With Us. Book Authors Journal Authors. Nanostructure Science and Technology. Nanostructure science and technology now forms a common thread that runs through all physical and materials sciences and is emerging in industrial applications as nanotechnology. The breadth of the subject material is demonstrated by the fact that it covers and intertwines many of the traditional areas of physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine.
Within each main topic in this field there can be many subfields.
For example, the electrical properties of nanostructured materials is a topic that can cover electron transport in semiconductor quantum dots, self-assembled molecular nanostructures, carbon nanotubes, chemically tailored hybrid magnetic-semiconductor nanostructures, colloidal quantum dots, nanostructured superconductors, nanocrystalline electronic junctions, etc. Obviously, no one book can cope with such a diversity of subject matter.
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The nanostructured material system is, however, of increasing significance in our technology-dominated economy and this suggests the need for a series of books to cover recent developments. The scope of the series is designed to cover as much of the subject matter as possible — from physics and chemistry to biology and medicine, and from basic science to applications. At present, the most significant subject areas are concentrated in basic science and mainly within physics and chemistry, but as time goes by more importance will inevitably be given to subjects in applied science and will also include biology and medicine.
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The series will naturally accommodate this flow of developments in the sciences and technology of nanostructures and maintain its topicality by virtue of its broad emphasis. It is important that emerging areas in the biological and medical sciences, for example, not be ignored as, despite their diversity, developments in this field are often interlinked. The series will maintain the required cohesiveness from a judicious mix of edited volumes and monographs that while covering subfields in depth will also contain more general and interdisciplinary texts.
Thus the series is planned to cover in a coherent fashion the developments in basic research from the distinct viewpoints of physics, chemistry, biology, and materials science and also the engineering technologies emerging from this research. Each volume will also reflect this flow from science to technology. As time goes by, the earlier series volumes will then serve as reference texts to subsequent volumes.
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