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Nanocomposites pp 205-225 | Cite as

X-ray Absorption Studies of Nanocomposites

  • Alan V. Chadwick
  • Shelley L. P. Savin
Part of the Electronic Materials: Science and Technology book series (EMST, volume 10)

Roy and co-workers [1–4] first used the term nanocomposite in the early 1980s. The most general definition of a nanocomposite is a multi-phase compound in which one of the phases has a length scale in the nanometer range. In 1992 a more practical definition, the starting point for the present article, was been given by Komarneni [5] as ‘composites of more than one Gibbsian solid phase where at least one-dimension is in the nanometer range and typically all solid phases are in the 1–20 nanometer range’. The solid phases can be crystalline or amorphous, or a combination of both. They can be inorganic or organic or a mixture of both. In principle this includes a wide range of biological systems, such as bone [6, 7], teeth [7], shells [8, 9], ivory [10] and the accumulation of inorganic species in plants and animals at the cellular level [11, 12]. Whilst many of these systems are of intense current research activity, particularly in the case of regenerative medical applications [13–15], they are beyond the scope of this chapter. Even with the exclusion of the biological nanocomposites, this still leaves a very wide range of types of systems and a further clarification is required. The focus here will be on man-made nanocomposites, specifically (a) nanoparticles in/on an inorganic matrix, (b) nanoparticles in/on a polymer matrix and (c) nanoparticle–nanoparticle composites. Clearly, except for (c), one of the phases, i. e. the matrix, could be have a dimension beyond 20 nm.

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  • Alan V. Chadwick
    • 1
  • Shelley L. P. Savin
    • 1
  1. 1.Functional Materials Group, School of Physical SciencesUniversity of KentCanterburyBelgium

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