Chemistry

Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials
Processing, Production and Applications

Editors: Jimsher N. Aneli, DSc
Alfonso Jimenez, PhD
Stefan Kubica, PhD
Reviewers and Editorial Advisory Members: A. K. Haghi, PhD, Gennady E. Zaikov, DSc, and Albert D’Amore, DSc

Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials

2013. Available now.
Pub Date: August 2013
Hardback Price: $199.95 US
Hard ISBN: 9781926895451
Pages: 664pp
Binding Type: hardback

Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials: Processing, Production and Applications is a comprehensive anthology covering many of the major themes of nanoscience and nanotechnology, addressing many of the major issues, from concept to technology to implementation. It is an important reference publication that provides new research and updates on a variety of nanoscience uses through case studies and supporting technologies, and it also explains the conceptual thinking behind current uses and potential uses not yet implemented. International experts with countless years of experience lend this volume credibility.

In this new book, top nanoscientists offer an up-to-date global perspective on the latest developments in nanotechnology. This cuts across every scientific and engineering discipline to provide important presentations of current accomplishments in nanotechnology. This state-of-the art book provides empirical and theoretical research concerning nanoscience and nanotechnology. Themes within the book include:

  • modern nanochemistry
  • modern nanocomposites
  • modern and smart nanomaterials
  • computational nanotechnology
  • nanomedicine and drug delivery
  • nanotechnology in health care
  • nanotechnology and energy
  • case studies in nanotechnology and nanoscience

CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: Practical and Theoretical Hints on Production and Application of Nanofibers, Nanotubes, Nanofillers and Nanocomposites
A. K. Haghi

Chapter 2: On the Drying of Nanostructured Fabrics

A. K. Haghi

Chapter 3: Content of Unsaturated Fatty Acids Containing 18 and 20 Carbon Atoms in the Total Lipid Moiety of Mitochondrial Membranes Determines the Activity Complex I of Respiratory Chain

I. V. Zhigacheva, T. B. Durlakova, T. A. Misharina, M. B. Terenina, N. I. Krikunova, I. P. Generozova, A. P. Shugaev, and S. G. Fattakhov

Chapter 4: Updates on the Influence of Melafen-Plant Growth Regulator

O. M. Alekseeva

Chapter 5: On Physico-Chemical Properties of Ascorbic Acid and Paracetamol High-Diluted Solutions

F. F. Niyazy, N. V. Kuvardin, E. A. Fatianova, and S. Kubica

Chapter 6: Practical Hints on Testing Various Hexahydropyridoindoles to Act as Antioxidants

Katarína Valachová*, Mária Baňasová, Ľubica Machová, Ivo Juránek, Štefan Bezek, and Ladislav Šoltés

Chapter 7: Laws of the Transesterification of Methyl Ester 3-(3 ’, 5 '- di-tert.butyl-4 '-hydroxyphenyl)-Propionic Acid by Pentaerythritol and the Result of Its Reaction

A. A. Volodkin, G. E. Zaikov, N. M. Evteeva, S. M. Lomakin, and E. Klodzinska

Chapter 8: On Reception of the Methyl Ester 3-(3 ’, 5 '-di-tret.butyl-4 '-hydroxyphenyl)-Propionic Acid

G.E. Zaikov, А. А. Volodkin, S. M. Lomakin, and S. Kubica

Chapter 9: Activating by Para-Aminobenzoic Acid of Sowing Properties of Seed of Winter Grain Crops and Forage Cereals

S. A. Bekusarova, N. A. Bome, L. I. Weisfeld, F. T. Tzomatova, and G. V. Luschenko

Chapter 10: On the Quantum-Chemical Calculation

V.A. Babkin., D.S. Zakharov, and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 11: On the Quantum−Chemical Modeling

А. А. Turovsky, А. R. Kytsya, L. І. Bazylyak, and G. E Zaikov

Chapter 12: Some Aspects of Bio-Decomposed Polymers and Agriculture's Waste

I. A. Kirsh, D. A. Pomogova, and D. A. Sogrina

Chapter 13: Some Aspects of Secondary Polymeric Materials on the Basis of Polypropylene and Polyethyleneterephthalat

I. A. Kirsh, D. A. Pomogova, and D. A. Sogrina

Chapter 14: High-Energy Bonds Formation in ATP Based on Experimental and Quntum-Mechanical Data

G. А. Korablev, N. V. Khokhriakov, G. Е. Zaikov, and Yu. G. Vasiliev

Chapter 15: Practical Hints on Production of Carbon Nanotubes and Polymer Nanocomposites (Part I)

Z. M. Zhirikova., V. Z. Aloev , G. V. Kozlov., and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 16: Practical Hints on Production of Carbon Nanotubes and Polymer Nanocomposites (Part II)

Z. M. Zhirikova, G. V. Kozlov, and V. Z. Aloev

Chapter 17: A Note on Irreversible Aggregation Model for Nanofillers

G. V. Kozlov, Yu. G Yanovsky. , G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 18: A Reinforcement Mechanism for Nanocomposites

G. V. Kozlov, Z. Kh. Aphashagova , A. Kh. Malamatov, and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 19: Practical Hints on Production of Carbon Nanotubes and Polymer Nanocomposites (Part III)

G. V. Kozlov, Z. M. Zhirikova, V. Z. Aloev, and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 20: On The synergetics Law and Nanocomposites

G. M. Magomedov, Kh. Sh. Yakh’yaeva, G. V. Kozlov, and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 21: On the Effect of Substitutes on Phenol Toxicity

I. S. Belostotskaja, E. B. Burlakova, V. M. Misin, G. A. Nikiforov, N. G. Khrapova, and V. N. Shtol'ko

Chapter 22: On New Application of Nanofillers

A. A. Olkhov, A.L. Iordanskii, R. Yu. Kosenko, Yu. S. Simonova and G.E. Zaikov

Chapter 23: Updates on Modification of Ethylene Copolymers

S.N. Rusanova, O.V.Stoyanov, S.Ju.Sofina, G.E. Zaikov

Chapter 24: Chemical Interaction of Organosilicon Compounds and Ethylene Copolymers

S. N. Rusanova, O. V.Stoyanov, A. B.Remizov, S. Ju.Sofina, V. K. Gerasimov, A. E. Chalykh, G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 25: Updates on the Adhesion Strength of Polyolefin Compositions

E. V. Sechko, R. M. Khuzakhanov, L. F. Stoyanova, I. A. Starostina, O.V. Stoyanov, G.E. Zaikov

Chapter 26: Updates on the Surface Free Energy Parameters

A. Starostina, O. V. Stoyanov, N. V. Makhrova, G. E. Zaikova and R. Ya. Deberdeev

Chapter 27: Quantization of Energy Interactions

G. А. Korablev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 28: Energy Conversion Using Nanofibers for Textile Solar Cells

Vahid Mottaghitalab , Maedeh Sajedi, Mahmood Saberi Motlagh

Chapter 29: Effect of Savory Essential Oil on the Leukemogenesis in Mice

T. A. Misharina, E. B. Burlakova, L. D. Fatkullina, A.K.Vorobyeva, I.B.Medvedeva

Chapter 30: Effect of Savory Essential Oil Supplementation on the Lifetime and Leukemogenesis in Mice

L. D. Fatkullina, T. A. Misharina, A.K.Vorobyeva, E. B. Burlakova

Chapter 31: Alpha-Tocopherol and the Lipid Peroxidation Regulation in Murine Tissues Under Acute Irradiation

N. V. Khrustova, Ye. V. Kushnireva, and L. N. Shishkina

Chapter 32: The Biocompatibility of Polymers Based on 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate for Creation of New Embolization Materials Possessed of Transport Function

E. V. Koverzanova, S. V. Usachev, K. Z. Gumargalieva, M. I. Titova, and L. S. Kokov

Chapter 33: Interaction and Structure Formation of Gelatin Type A with Thermo Aggregates of Bovine Serum Albumin

Y. A. Antonov, and I. L. Zhuravleva

Chapter 34: Express Assessment of Cell Viability on Biological Preparations

L. P. Blinkova, Y. D. Pakhomov, O. V. Nikiforova, V. F. Evlashkina, M. L. Altshuler

Chapter 35: A New Approach to the Creation of Biocompatible Magnetically Targeted Nanosystems for a Smart Delivery of Therapeutic Products

A. V. Bychkova, M. A. Rosenfeld, V. B. Leonova, O. N. Sorokina, and A. L. Kovarski

Chapter 36: Micropropagation of Hypericum Perforatum L. for Medicinal and Ornamental Purposes

Y. A. Gurchenkova, A. E. Rybalko, and L. G. Kharuta

Chapter 37: Activity of Liposomal Antimicrobic Preparations Concerning Staphylococcus Aureus

N. N. Ivanova, G. I. Mavrov, S. A. Derkach, and E. V. Kotsar

Chapter 38: Polyelectrolyte Microsensors as a New Tool For Metabolites’ Detection

L. I. Kazakova, G. B. Sukhorukov, and L. I. Shabarchina

Chapter 39: Selection of Medical Preparations for Treating Lower Parts of the Urinary System

Z.G. Kozlova

Chapter 40: Commentary: Modern Scientific Education

N. I. Kozlowa, A. E. Rybalko, K. P. Skipina, and L. G. Kharuta

Chapter 41: Recent Advances in Application of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) in Textiles

M. Hasanzadeh and B. Hadavi Moghadam

Chapter 42: Conclusion Calculated Dependencies, Link Geometrical and Operational Parameters Scrubbers

R. R. Usmanova and G. E. Zaikov

Index


About the Authors / Editors:
Editors: Jimsher N. Aneli, DSc
Professor, Institute of Machine Mechanics, Georgian Technical University of Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

Jimsher N. Aneli, DSc, is Professor at the Institute of Machine Mechanics at Georgian Technical University of Tbilisi State University in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is a scientist in the field of chemistry and the physics of oligomers, polymers, composites, and nanocomposites.

Alfonso Jimenez, PhD
Professor of Analytical Chemistry and Materials Science, University of Alicante, Spain

Alfonso Jiménez, PhD, is currently a professor of analytical chemistry and food science and technology at the University of Alicante, in Spain since 2001. He is the Head of the Polymer and Nanomaterials Analysis Group. He has edited 13 books on polymer eegradation, stabilization biodegradable and sustainable composites and written 67 research papers published in journals in the area of analytical chemistry and polymer science. He has chaired organizing committees for several international conferences on biopolymers and polymer chemistry, in particular BIOPOL-2007 and BIOPOL-2009 held in Alicante, Spain. His main research areas include chemical characterization of polymers and biopolymers, environmentally friendly additives in polymers, characterization of biodegradable polymers and sustainable composites, modification of PLA for flexible films manufacturing, natural antioxidants for active packaging, and TPUs obtained from vegetable oils.

Stefan Kubica, PhD
Institute for Engineering of Polymer Materials and Dyes, Torun, Poland

Stefan Kubica, PhD, is head of the research center at the Institute for Engineering of Polymer Materials & Dyes, which is a research institute with its headquarters in Torun, Poland. It has divisions at Gliwice, Piastow (formerly Rubber Research Institute "STOMIL") and Zgierz, Poland. Professor Stefan Kubica is world well-known specialist in the field of polymer investigation of properties and applications of low-molecular compounds, oligomers, composites and nanocomposites. Professor Kubica is a contributor and co-contributor in several monograph and has written about 150 original papers.

Reviewers and Editorial Advisory Members: A. K. Haghi, PhD, Gennady E. Zaikov, DSc, and Albert D’Amore, DSc





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