Recent Advances in Complex Functional Materials

From Design to Application
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 12. Juli 2017
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  • IX, 454 Seiten
 
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978-3-319-53898-3 (ISBN)
 

In this book we explore new approaches to understanding the physical and chemical properties of emergent complex functional materials, revealing a close relationship between their structures and properties at the molecular level.

The primary focus of this book is on the ability to synthesize materials with a controlled chemical composition, a crystallographic structure, and a well-defined morphology. Special attention is also given to the interplay of theory, simulation and experimental results, in order to interconnect theoretical knowledge and experimental approaches, which can reveal new scientific and technological directions in several fields, expanding the versatility to yield a variety of new complex materials with desirable applications and functions.

Some of the challenges and opportunities in this field are also discussed, targeting the development of new emergent complex functional materials with tailored properties to solve problems related to renewable energy, health, and environmental sustainability.

A more fundamental understanding of the physical and chemical properties of new emergent complex functional materials is essential to achieving more substantial progress in a number of technological fields. With this goal in mind, the editors invited acknowledged specialists to contribute chapters covering a broad range of disciplines.

1st ed. 2017
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 112 farbige Abbildungen, 65 s/w Abbildungen, 100 farbige Tabellen
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  • 65 schwarz-weiße und 112 farbige Abbildungen, 100 farbige Tabellen, Bibliographie
  • 13,96 MB
978-3-319-53898-3 (9783319538983)
10.1007/978-3-319-53898-3
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1. Prof. Dr. Elson Longo: He finished his first degree in chemistry (1966-1969) at São Paulo State University (UNESP), Brazil, and obtained his Master (1973-1975) and PhD (1980-1984) from the University of São Paulo (USP).Technical Assistant of Cabinet and Associate Professor of Post-Graduation at the Insitutte of Chemistry at the UNESP. Senior Professor and Head of the Chemistry Department at the Federal Univerisyt of Sao Carlos, Professor HONORIS CAUSA of Federal university of Paraiba. He holds a doctorate in Physics and Chemistry from the Institute of Physics of USP-São Carlos, published more than 985 articles in international journals, H index of 62, 18.933 citations, 32 applications for privileges and generated more than 835 papers in congresses in the last 13 years. He has developed more than 42 projects and agreements with the Federal and State governments, as well as with companies (only with CSN were more than 45 Projects). He mentored and co-guided more than 72 PhD theses and master's dissertations. Received more than 20 awards and honorable mentions. It maintains strong interchange with national and international research institutions in Spain, France, USA and Italy. Director of the Center for the Development of Functional Materials (CDMF / FAPESP), which were designed for the development of basic and technological research, teaching and technology transfer to the private sector. Member of the International Academy of Ceramics (World Academy of Ceramics). Academy of Sciences of the State of São Paulo (ACIESP) and Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.


2. Prof. Dr. Felipe de Almeida La Porta: Felipe A. La Porta finished his first degree in chemistry (2006-2010) at Federal University of Lavras (UFLA) and obtained his PhD in Chemistry (2010-2014) from the São Paulo State University (UNESP), under the direction of the Prof. Elson Longo and Prof. Juan Andrés. In 2014-2015 he worked at the Multidisciplinary Center for the Development of Ceramic Materials at Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCAR). He is currently adjunct professor of chemistry in the Federal University of Technology Paraná (UTFPR) and his research interests are in the field of the chemistry of emergent complex functional materials to understand the main features related between its structure and properties using a combination of experimental and theoretical approaches, thus contributing for the rational structural design at the molecular level.

Part I - Advances in the processing of complex functional materials

1. Multifunctional complex oxides processing

2. Carbothermal Reduction Synthesis: An alternative approach to obtain single-crystalline metal oxide nanostructures

3. Synthesis of thin films using pressure-assisted heat treatment method

4. Recent advances in the Microwave-assisted synthesis of complex functional materials

5. Preparation of polymeric mats through electrospinning for technological uses

Part II - Probing the functionality and applications of novel complex functional materials

6. Morphology and optical properties of SrWO4 crystals synthesized by the co-precipitation and polymeric precursor methods

7. Influence of reaction medium on the structural, morphological and optical properties of perovskite oxide materials

8. Optical properties of semiconductor nanocrystals into the glass and colloidal system

9. X-ray excited optical luminescence

10. Piezoelectric composites: Fabrication, characterization and application as sensor

11. Piezoresponse microscopy of complex functional materials

12. Functional nanomaterials for applications in energy conversion and storage

13. Electric Control of Magnetization in LaFeO3/BiFeO3 heterostructures

14. Free lead ferroelectric systems based on strontium potassium niobate modified with copper oxide

15. Magnetic ordering in oxides: Doping, Defects and oxygen vacancies

16. Electrochemistry: a powerful tool for preparing semiconductor materials useful in decontamination of organic and inorganic pollutants, disinfection and CO2 reduction

17. Tailoring of Functional Materials for Electrochemical Applications

18. Filled Carbon Nanotubes

19. Characterization of nanocarbons: graphene and graphene nanoribbons

20. Design and applications of metal-organic framework< 21. Nanostructured functional materials: Silver nanoparticles in polymer for the generation of antimicrobial characteristics

22. Nanoheaters: Beyond the biological applications

Part III - Computational perspectives in complex functional materials

23. Bridging Structure, Reactivity and Real-Space Topology: Understanding Electron Flow, Molecular Mechanism and Material Behavior

24. Advances in computational studies of point defects in ionic solids: electronic and thermodynamic point of view

25. Fuel cells and simulation models

26. Magnetic iron oxides as catalysts for heterogeneous Fenton-like: A case study for Maghemite

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