纳米功能材料(Functional Nanomaterials: A Chemistry and Engineering Perspective)(“十一五”国家重点图书)

纳米功能材料(Functional Nanomaterials: A Chemistry and Engineering Perspective)(“十一五”国家重点图书)
作者:陈少伟 林文斌(主编)






  2008 is a special year for many of us.  Fifty years ago, the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) was established in Beijing, China under the auspice of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Despite the relatively short history in higher education, USTC has distinguished herself with tens of thousands of outstanding alumni who have been making significant contributions to the nation and to the world as a whole by advancing the forefronts of science and technology. As part of the festivities this year to celebrate the halfcentury mark of the university, a group of young proud alumni, most of whom attended USTC in the 1980s and 1990s and are currently holding tenured/tenure-track faculty positions in the USA, have decided to showcase their talents and accomplishments in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and hence the birth of this book as a token of appreciation of the unparalleled undergraduate education that they received from the alma mater.
  The theme of this book is focused on the chemistry and engineering aspects of nanoscale functional materials. The extensive interest in nanostructured materials is primarily motivated by the chemical and physical properties that are inaccessible in either their constituent atoms/molecules or bulk forms.  As exemplified in this book, diverse applications have been proposed and pursued in multiple disciplines, ranging from materials chemistry, physics, to biology and engineering. Therefore, in this book, the chapters are divided into four major groups to address these different issues. Part Ⅰ (Chapters 1—5) focuses on the synthesis and manipulation of varied nanostructured materials. The fundamental insights that we gain about the mechanistic growth and chemical transformation are anticipated to lay the foundation for rational designs of nanomaterials with specific functionalities. Part Ⅱ (Chapters 6—10) covers the unique electron transfer/transport properties of nanostructured materials and their implication in nanoelectronics and molecular electronics. In fact, this is one of the major driving forces in nanomaterials research in that potential new technologies may be developed to complement or even surpass the current silicon-based semiconductor technology. Part Ⅲ (Chapters 11—13) reviews some of the recent progress in the applications of functional nanomaterials in energy science and engineering (solar cells and fuel cells); and last but not least, Part Ⅳ (Chapters 14—16) surveys the applications of nanomaterials in biological labeling, biomedical imaging, and sensing  and detection in biomolecules.
  As editors of this book project, we are grateful to the fellow alumni who took time out of their hectic schedules to contribute to the book. We are overwhelmed by the enthusiastic and unconditional support from a wide range of alumni, from seasoned pioneers in the fields to brandnew but energetic assistant professors. It is thus our sincere hope that this book will provide a glimpse of the many facets of distinctions of the proud alumni of USTC.  In addition, the book is intended to offer a timely survey of the state of the art of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and thus may serve as a technical reference to researchers interested in nanomaterials science and engineering.
  Happy 50th Anniversary, Alma Mater!

                    Shaowei Chen
                    陈少伟 (8603)
                  Santa Cruz, California
                    Wenbin Lin
                    林文斌 (8303)
                 Chapel Hill, North Carolina


Preface of Alumni’s Serials


Shaowei Chen and Wenbin Lin

Part Ⅰ Nanomaterial Chemistry

Chapter 1

Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Palladium Nanostructures

Yujie Xiong and Younan Xia

Chapter 2      

Synthesis and Optical Properties of Anisotropic Silver Nanocrystals: Shape and Size Matters

Rongchao Jin

Chapter 3

Chemical Transformation of Colloidal Nanocrystals

Can K. Erdonmez and Yadong Yin

Chapter 4

Gold Nanoparticles with Controlled Chemical Functional Groups: Synthesis and Applications

Qiu Dai, Jianhua Zou, Xiong Liu and Qun Huo

Chapter 5      

Synthesis of Colloidal Group Ⅱ-Ⅵ Semiconductor Nanocrystals

Haitao Liu

Part Ⅱ Nanoelectronics and Molecular Electronics

Chapter 6

One-Dimensional Semiconductor Nanostructures for High-Performance, Flexible Electronics and Sensors

Yugang Sun

Chapter 7

Rational Synthesis and Characterization of InAs Nanowires

Deli Wang

Chapter 8

Electronic Properties and Applications of Ultra-igh Density Silicon

Nanowire Arrays

Dunwei Wang

Chapter 9      

Molecular Junctions Based on Self-ssembly Monolayers

Xiaojuan Fan

Chapter 10

Scanning Force Microscopy: From Topographical to Functional Imaging

Liwei Chen and Wei Lu

Part Ⅲ anomaterials and Energy Science

Chapter 11

Theoretical Study of hotoinduced lection Transfer Reactions in Dye-emiconductor Nanosystems

Haobin Wang

Chapter 12     

Zeolite Thin Films

Christopher M. Lew, Rui Cai and Yushan Yan

Chapter 13

Metal Nanoparticles as Anode Electrocatalysts for Direct Liquid Fuel Cells

Wei Chen and Shaowei Chen

Part Ⅳ anomaterials and Biomolecules

Chapter 14

Designing Functional Hybrid Nanomaterials by Combining Molecular

Chemistry with Nanotechnology

Jason S. Kim and Wenbin Lin

Chapter 15

Inorganic Mesoporous Materials as the Supports for Proteins and Enzymes

in the Third-eneration Electrochemical Biosensors

Ling Zhang, Qian Zhang and Jinghong Li

Chapter 16

Nanoprobing in Biological Sciences

Weiwei Gu


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