By Peidong Yang
This crucial booklet experiences greatly the preparative chemistry of varied nanostructured fabrics, in addition to structural-property correlations for those new fabrics. fabrics of present curiosity, comparable to nanocrystals, nanowires, nanotubes, porous fabrics, and composites, are comprehensively coated.
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Chemistry of Nanostructured Materials by Peidong Yang