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Metal Nanoparticles and Clusters: Advances in Synthesis, Properties and Applications | Hardcover

by Francis Leonard Deepak (Editor)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Springer
Edition:  1st ed. 2018st Edition
Page Count:  426 Pages
Publication Date:  November 18, 2017
Sales Rank:  7325309th



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‚ÄčThis book covers the continually expanding field of metal nanoparticles and clusters, in particular their size-dependent properties and quantum phenomena. The approaches to the organization of atoms that form clusters and nanoparticles have been advancing rapidly in recent times. These advancements are described through a combination of experimental and computational approaches and are covered in detail by the authors. Recent highlights of the various emerging properties and applications ranging from plasmonics to catalysis are showcased.

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