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Nanohybridization of Organic-Inorganic Materials

  • Atsushi Muramatsu
  • Tokuji Miyashita


  • Covers the major developments of nano-hybrid materials

  • Integrates physics, chemistry and materials science

  • Both a reference work for researchers and a textbook-like presentation for graduate students


Part of the Advances in Materials Research book series (ADVSMATERIALS, volume 13)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. Nanohybridization of Nanoparticles

  3. Nanohybridized Thin Films

  4. Nanohybridized Fine Porous Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 140-140
    2. Satoru Fujita, Mahendra P. Kapoor, Shinji Inagaki
      Pages 141-169
  5. Characterization and Process of Nanohybridized Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 192-192
    2. Masaki Unno, Masao Ikeda-Saito
      Pages 193-217
    3. Daisuke Shindo, Zentaro Akase
      Pages 219-246
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 281-288

About this book


Synthesis and application of nanoparticles have been often reported by researchers in material science, chemistry and physics.  While nanoparticles themselves are well known to exhibit fascinating characteristics. interest in their improvement and promotion is now turning to the hybridization of organic and/or inorganic nano-materials. Although nano-level hybridization is an outstandingly novel and original technique, it encounters many difficulties to achieving the desired industrial application. To thoroughly review the research in this field, this book focuses on the synthesis, characterization and process of nano-hybrid materials, including nanoparticles and ultra-thin films.

It elucidates the fundamental aspects of nano-hybrid materials in the synthesis procedure, characterization, and processes with selected examples, from both the basic science and the engineering appications points of view. In fact, this is the first comprehensive compilation of new advances that covers the current status and topics of new synthetic information of nano-hybrid materials composed of organic and/or inorganic materials at the nano-meter level, in one volume. As such, the book provides a unique source of information and guidance for specialists and non-specialists alike.


Nano-hybridization Nanomaterial Organic-inorganic hybrid materials Preparation and application Promotion Uniform nanoparticles chemistry organization physics science

Editors and affiliations

  • Atsushi Muramatsu
    • 1
  • Tokuji Miyashita
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Multidisciplinary Research for Advance MaterialsTohoku UniversitySendaiJapan

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