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Nanotechnology : basic calculations for engineers and scientists /

by Theodore, Louis.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, 2006Description: 459 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780471739517.MeSH subject(s): Nanotechnology | Mathematics | Monograph | Problems and ExercisesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Monograph
Contents:
1. Units, conversion constants and dimensional analysis. 2. Atoms, elements, and the periodic table. 3. Molecular rearrangements. 4. Concentration terms. 5. Particle size, suface area, and volume. 6. Materials science principles. 7. Physical and chemical property estimation. 8. Nature of particles. 9. Particle size distribution. 10. Particle sizing and measurement methods. 11. Fluid particle dynamics. 12. Particle collection mechanisms. 13. Particle collection efficiencies. 14. Legal considerations. 15. Size reduction. 16. Prime materials. 17. Production manufacturing routes. 18. Ventilation. 19. Dispersion considerations. 20. Ethics. 21. Environmental regulations. 22. Toxicology. 23. Noncarcinogens. 24. Carcinogens. 25. Health Risk Assessment. 26. Hazard Risk Assessment. 27. Epidemiology
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IST QC-39-The-2006 (Browse shelf) Available N° d'inventaire: 46/06

1. Units, conversion constants and dimensional analysis. 2. Atoms, elements, and the periodic table. 3. Molecular rearrangements. 4. Concentration terms. 5. Particle size, suface area, and volume. 6. Materials science principles. 7. Physical and chemical property estimation. 8. Nature of particles. 9. Particle size distribution. 10. Particle sizing and measurement methods. 11. Fluid particle dynamics. 12. Particle collection mechanisms. 13. Particle collection efficiencies. 14. Legal considerations. 15. Size reduction. 16. Prime materials. 17. Production manufacturing routes. 18. Ventilation. 19. Dispersion considerations. 20. Ethics. 21. Environmental regulations. 22. Toxicology. 23. Noncarcinogens. 24. Carcinogens. 25. Health Risk Assessment. 26. Hazard Risk Assessment. 27. Epidemiology