Advances in Materials Science Research. Volume 44
Advances in Materials Science Research. Volume 44 provides an overview of the emerging field of phosphorescent nanomaterials, including synthesis protocols and characterization issues.
The authors discuss the synthesis methods and characterization of synthesized compounds by X-ray powder diffraction analysis, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy.
The carefully designed techniques for engineering process-induced strain to enhance carrier mobility or transform the band-gap from indirect to direct nano-devices are described.
A compilation of investigations related to the formation of cerium coatings on an AZ91D Mg alloy is examined in an effort to improve its corrosion resistance in simulated body fluid.
Following this, an article reports on an insightful portable microfluidic experimental setup for the fast and ultraselective detection of Hg2+ ions in a picomolar range using a cantilever-based piezoresistive sensor.
The concluding study explores the behavior of the order parameter and the magnetization of antiferromagnetic solids subjected to mutually parallel staggered and magnetic fields.
Chapter 1. Phosphorescence in Nanobioanalysis
(Pablo Llano-Suárez, Ana Soldado and Jose Manuel Costa-Fernández, Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry, University of Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain)
Chapter 2. Alkaline Earth Aluminates and Borates – Promising Host Lattices for Fluorescence and Phosphorescence
(Chimednorov Otgonbayar and Herbert Pöllmann, Department Mineralogy/Geochemistry, Institute of Geosciences and Geography, University of Halle, Halle, Germany)
Chapter 3. Process-Induced Strain-Engineering in Nano-Scale: Coupled Effect of Quantum Confinement and Strain, an Unexplored Aspect of Advanced Materials Research with Immense Potential
(Sulagna Chatterjee, Ph. D., Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Adamas University, West Bengal, India and Moumita Mukherjee, Ph. D., Dept. of Physics, Adamas University, West Bengal, India)
Chapter 4. Cerium Coatings as an Alternative for Corrosion Protection of AZ91D Mg Alloy for Biomedical Applications
(Ana P. Loperena, Ivana L. Lehr and Silvana B. Saidman, Chemical Engineering Department, Institute of Electrochemical Engineering and Corrosion, National University of the South, Bahía Blanca, Argentina)
Chapter 5. Ultrasensitive and Selective Piezoresistive Sensor for Detection of Mercury Ions at Picomolar Range
(Dinesh Rotake, Anand Darji and Nitin Kale Department of Electronics Engineering, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat, Gujarat, India, and others)
Chapter 6. Order Parameter and Magnetization of Aniferromagnets in Mutually Parallel Staggered and Magnetic Fields
(Christoph P. Hofmanna, Faculty of Science, Colima University, Colima, Mexico)
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