Learning and knowledge of the most important aspects of nanotechnology and experimental techniques. Changes occurring from micro- to nanoscale.
Nanotechnology basic techniques of characterization. To be able to differentiate nano-dispersed materials from nanostructured-materials. How we can control during the preparation specific properties of materilas
Basic concepts of solid state physic: properties from bulk to nanoscaled materials. Main techniques of investigation in nanoscience. Nano-powders and nano-alloys: preparation and characterization. From nanolithography to crystal engineering. Oxidic and metallic nanoparticles: synthesis techniques and textural control. Nanostructures and self-assembling. Health impact. Layered and mesoporous materials: preparations and applications. From graphene to carbon nanotubes: properties, syntheses and applications.
Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry
· Slides and other materials provided by the teacher
· Nanochemistry, a Chemical Approach to Nanomaterials, G.A. Ozin and A.C. Arsenault, RCS Publishing, 2006
· Nanoparticle Technology, Handbook , Hosokawa, Nogi, Naito, Yokoyama , Elsevier (2007)
· Introduction to Nanotechnology, Poole e Owens, Wiley (2003)
Critical discussion of a recent publication on nano-scale or nanostructured materials
Language of instruction
The attendance is strongly suggested allowing the assessment as thematic discussion.
Mode of teaching:
only for registered student