一维纳米结构材料:概念、应用和展望=One-Dimensional Nanostructrues:Concepts,Applications and Perspectives:英文(“十一五”国家重点图书)

一维纳米结构材料:概念、应用和展望=One-Dimensional Nanostructrues:Concepts,Applications and Perspectives:英文(“十一五”国家重点图书)






  It is my great honor to put together this book to celebrate the 50th anniversary of University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Nanotechnology has been revolutionalizing daily life in the last two decades. Tremendous progress in onedimensional (1-D) nanostructures including nanowires, nanotubes and nanoribbons has been seen in recent years. It is considered timely to provide a survey of a number of important developments in this field. To this end, One-Dimensional Nanostructures: Concepts, Applications and Perspectives combines contributions from fabrication and application of 1-D nanostructures in an attempt to give the reader a feel for the scope of current and potential future developments. Although the book is not the intention to be comprehensive, specific research topics are selected that reflects the fascinating possibilities offered by 1-D nanostructures.
  Because there are so many researchers in this rapidly growing field, I have only invited 8 alumni specialists of the USTC in the representative areas to contribute to this special book. In chapter 1, Zhou reviews the formation and application of lipid nanotubes and peptide nanotubes. In chapter 2, Lao and coworkers give a comprehensive introduction of nanodevices based on ZnO nanowires/nanobelts and the most recent research progress in this area. Hu illustrates elastic properties of 1-D metal nanoparticles studied by timeresolved spectroscopy in chapter 3. Zhu reviews the main research work regarding the microwave-assisted rapid preparation of 1-D nanostructures in chapter 4. Chapter 5 by Xiong et al surveys recent developments in the solutionphase synthesis of onedimensional inorganic nanostruetures. Shen and coworkers describe in chapter 6 focused on 1-D nanoscale heterostructures, especially on the synthesis of 1-D nanoscale heterostmctures using the vapor related processes. In chapter 7, Deng and coworkers introduce recent developments in DNA nanotechnologybased strategies for 1-D nanostructure fabrications. In chapter 8, Xu reports the synthesis of rare earth compound 1-D nanostructures, template-directed synthesis of 1-D nanostructures, biomimetic synthesis of 1-D nanostructures, other functional 1-D nanostructures, and the formation mechanism of 1-D nanostructures by soft chemistry routes.
  In the edition of this book I am indebted to Prof. Zuyao Chen (Department of Chemistry, USTC) for his great support. I am also extremely grateful to the authors for their excellent contributions. I hope that this book will be a source of inspiration for many researchers and stimulate new developments in this challenging field of science.
  Happy Birthday, USTC!

Yong Zhou
Nanjing, China, 2009


Preface of Alumni’ Serialsi



Chapter 1 Lipid Nanotubes and Peptide Nanotubes: Formation and Applications for Scaffolding Nanomaterials1


1.1 Introduction

1.2 Formation of LNTs

1.3 Formation of PNTs

1.4 Templating nanostructures

1.5 Conclusion



Chapter 2 Introduction of Nanodevices Based on ZnO Nanowires/Nanobelts


2.1 Introduction

2.2 Transport properties of ZnO nanowires/nanobelts

2.3 Piezoelectronics based on ZnO NWs/ NBs

2.4 Optoelectronics based on ZnO NWs

2.5 Chemical and biological sensors based on ZnO nanowires

2.6 Doping modification, field emission and mechanical properties

2.7 Summary


Chapter 3 Elastic Properties of Onedimensional Metal Nanoparticles Studied by Time-resolved Spectroscopy

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Theory

3.3 Experimental apparatus and techniques

3.4 Experimental results

3.5 Summary and conclusion



Chapter 4  Microwave-assisted Rapid Preparation of One-dimensional Nanostructures


4.1 Microwave-assisted ionic liquid (MAIL) method

4.2 Microwave-assisted polythiol reduction (MPTR) method

4.3 Microwave-assisted polyol method

4.4 Microwave-assisted polyolwater method

4.5 Microwave-assisted aqueous solution method


Chapter 5 Some Recent Developments in the Solution*Phase Synthesis of One-Dimensional Inorganic Nanostructures


5.1 Introduction

5.2 Coordination compounds: structural characteristics to direct anisotropic growth

5.3 Surfactant-based systems: microreactors to confine anisotropic growth

5.4 Etching and twinning: two contributions to induce anisotropic growth

5.5 Concluding remarks



Chapter 6 One-Dimensional Nanoscale Heterostructures


6.1 Introduction

6.2 Synthetic routes for 1D nanoscale heterostructures

6.3 Typical 1D nanoscale heterostructures

6.4 Conclusion and remarks


Chapter 7 Bio Meets Nano: DNA-Based Synthesis and Assembly Toward One-Dimensional Nanostructures

7.1 Introduction

7.2 DNA templated electroless deposition for metallic nanowire fabrications

7.3 DNA directed assembly of nanoparticle linear arrays

7.4 One dimensional self-assembly on DNA-wrapped carbon nanotub

7.5 DNA nanotubes: constructions and functionalizations

7.6 Other examples of DNA-based one dimensional nanostructures

7.7 Outlook



Chapter 8 Soft Chemistry Routes to Synthesis of One-Dimensional Nanostructures and Their Properties

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Rare earth compound 1D nanostructures

8.3 1D nanostructures templated by organic additives

8.4 Biomimetic synthesis of 1D nanostructures

8.5 Other functional 1D nanostructured materials

8.6 The formation mechanism of 1D nanostructures

8.7 Summary and outlook



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