Metal Oxide Nanostructures: Synthesis, Properties and Applications covers the theoretical and experimental aspects related to design, synthesis, fabrication, processing, structural, morphological, optical and electronic properties on the topic. In addition, it reviews surface functionalization and hybrid materials, focusing on the advantages of these oxide nanostructures. The book concludes with the current and future prospective applications of these materials. Users will find a complete overview of all the important topics related to oxide nanostructures, from the physics of the materials, to its application.
- Delves into hybrid structured metal oxides and their promising use in the next generation of electronic devices
- Includes fundamental chapters on synthesis design and the properties of metal oxide nanostructures
- Provides an in-depth overview of novel applications, including chromogenics, electronics and energy
Daniela Nunes is an Assistant Professor at the Materials Science Department of FCT-UNL lecturing the courses of Micro and Nanotechnology seminars and dissertation initiation.
Her research mainly focuses on electron microscopy and materials characterization. She is co-author of 50 peer-reviewed papers. She participated on the EU project, CEOPS project with the grant agreement no: 309984.