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eISBN: 978-1-60805-416-9, 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60805-417-6
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This Reference eBook deals with an existing classification of a nanosized structure and an analysis of its properties. It summarizes an information about how a grain size affects physical, mechanical, thermal, and other properties of a nanostructured material. A basic method, which is employed for a fabrication of an isolated nanoparticle, an ultradisperse powder, a compact nanocystalline, nanoporous, and amorphous material, a fullerene, a nanotube, and a nanostuctured coating, is considered. Investigation methods, which are applied to study the nanostructured material, are briefly described. A modern understanding of a formation of the nanostructured and nanocomposite coating, which are fabricated using a ion-plasma deposition method, is reposted. A potential application of the nanostructured material and coating in a field of engineering is demonstrated.
Readership: Graduate, Postgraduate, Ph.D. Students, Researchers and Industry Professionals.
The eBook contains 9 Chapters, 87 Figures, 14 Tables, 411 References-totally, 155 Pages. It was approved by two Scientific Boards from National Kharkov University and Sumy State University.
A main content of this eBook is a basis for lectures presented for students at Sumy State University (the Physical-Technical Faculty), Kharkov National University (the Physical Faculty), Omsk State University (the Physical Faculty, the Department of Material Science), East-Kazakhstan State Technical University (Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan), and Moscow State University (the Physical Faculty, Moscow, Russia).
A source of this eBook is original papers of leading world-known scientists, who ware involved in a field of new nano composite material fabrication, nanotechnologies, and researches. This version had not been published elsewhere. It is interesting for a wide circle of specialists, Masters, aspirants, scientific researchers, and a technical staff of Higher Education System, Research Institutes and Laboratories. It covers recent data since 2008 to 2010 year.
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Alexander D. Pogrebnjak,
Vyacheslav M. Beresnev
Sumy State University Sumy Institute for Surface Modification, R.-Korsakov Str. 2, 40007 Sumy Ukraine, Ukraine
A nanocomposite material is considered as a class. Definition and classification of these
materials on the basis of their geometrical dimension are presented. A polymer composite is described.
The nanocomposite properties are considered. A nanosized metallic-polymer (with and without pores)
is briefly described. A principal scheme of nanoparticle formation in a grafted layer is considered.
Types of nanocomposites, nanocomposite properties.