Nanocomposites - Ionic Conducting Materials and Structural Spectroscopies

Nanocomposites - Ionic Conducting Materials and Structural Spectroscopies

von: Philippe Knauth, Joop Schoonman

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9780387689074 , 250 Seiten

Format: PDF, OL

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Nanocomposites - Ionic Conducting Materials and Structural Spectroscopies


 

Nanocomposites have been receiving more and more attention given the improvement of synthesis techniques and the availability of powerful characterization techniques. The aim of the book is to introduce nanocomposite materials using a broad range of inorganic and organic solids. It also presents recent and not very common developments in especially spectroscopic characterization techniques, including Mössbauer, EXAFS, NMR. This should make the book attractive for a broad range of readers, including chemists and physicists.