4 December 2009

Special issue: Advanced nano materials

International Journal of Nanomanufacturing 5(1/2) 2010

Papers from the Second International Conference on Advanced Nano Materials (ANM-2008) held in Aveiro, Portugal, 22-25 June 2008.
  • Nanolayers on the lignocellulose fibres using layer-by-layer method for improved papermaking
  • Long-time ball milling of FeCr
  • Chemical bath deposition of thin films of CuO nanorods and their characterisation
  • Processing, structural and electric properties of CaCu3Ti4O12 (CCTO) doped with GeO2
  • Photoreversible ion-binding using spiropyran modified silica microbeads
  • Effect of different oxide fillers on superhydrophobicity of water-repellent organic-inorganic hybrid films
  • On-uma Nimittrakoolchai, Sitthisuntorn Supothina
  • Titanium oxidation by RF inductively coupled plasma
  • Relation between preparation art and chemical properties of modified Kieselguhrs – a nanoscale surface analysis
  • Excess silicon concentration dependence of the structural and optical properties of silicon nanocrystals embedded in silicon oxide matrix
  • Covalent attachment of functional side-groups to polyaniline nanofibres
  • CVD synthesis of carbon nanofibres with washable support catalyst of potassium fluoride
  • Synthesis of narrow-channel carbon nanotubes with close-ended heads by catalytic chemical vapour deposition
  • Micro and nanostructures found on insect wings – designs for minimising adhesion and friction
  • Influence of cubic nanostructure additions on the properties of electroless coatings
  • The determination of the pull-in voltage from the condition of bridge stability
  • ZrO2 nanocomposites from polyzirconosiloxanes
  • Growth and electron microscopy study of electrodeposited magnetic Ni nanowires
  • Effect of pH on morphology, size and composition of calcium phosphate phase obtained in wet chemical
  • PEFC electrodes based on carbon black supporting electrocrystallised nanostructured Pt particles
  • Synthesis and characterisation of porphyrin nanotubes obtained by ionic self-assembly
  • Porphyrin controlled anisotropic and dendritic growth of thallium chloride crystals

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