Advances in materials science research. Volume 34 /

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Imprint:New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2018]
Description:1 online resource : illustrations
Subject:Materials science -- Research.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
Materials science -- Research.
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Other authors / contributors:Wythers, Maryann C., editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1; Modelling of Plasma-Assisted Growth of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanostructures; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Modelling of SWCNT Growth; 2.1. Surface Deposition Model for Growth of an Array of SWCNTs; 2.2. Results from the Model Describing Growth of an Array of SWCNTs; 2.3. Modelling of Growth of an Isolated SWCNT; 3. Modelling of CNF Growth; 3.1. Mechanistic Model for CNF Growth; 3.2. Results from the CNF Model; 3.3. Thermal Model for CNF Growth; 4. Other Modelling Results on Growth of Carbon Nanostructures.
  • 5. Modelling of the Plasma Chemistry for the Synthesis of Carbon NanostructuresConclusion; References; Chapter 2; Rayleigh and Brillouin Scattering Spectroscopy for Optical Material Science; Abstract; Introduction; Main Theoretical Relationships; Features of RMBs Spectroscopy; Application of RMBS Spectroscopy to Optical Material Characterization; Application of RMBS Spectroscopy to Research and Development (R & D) of Optical Materials; Crystals; Glasses; Single Component Glasses; GLASSY SiO2 (Silica Glass, Quartz Glass, Molten Quartz); GLASSY B2O3; GLASSY GeO2; GLASSY P2O5; GLASSY TeO2.
  • Binary Glasses: Constant Composition GroupsTernary Glasses; Multicomponent Glasses; Electrooptical Glasses for Fiber Drawing; Rare-Earth (RE) Doped Glasses:; Segregation of Dopants; Glasses with Nanocrystals; Some Questions and Challenges; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketches; Chapter 3; Computer Study of the Removal of Heavy Metals from Graphene; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Methods; 3. Calculation; 4. Results; 4.1. Copper; 4.2. Lead; 4.3. Mercury; 5. Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4; Flexible Resistive Switching Memories: From Materials to Devices; Abstract.
  • 1. Introduction2. Materials; 2.1. Storage Media; 2.2. Electrode Materials; 2.3. Substrate Materials; 3. Device Fabrication Technologies and Performance; 3.1. All-Vapor Methods; 3.2. Vapor-Solution Hybrid Methods; 3.3. All-Solution Methods; 4. Challenges and Prospects; References; Chapter 5; Improving the Octane Number of Gasolines through the Transformation of n-Hexane into Branched Isomers; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. The Isomerization Process; 2.1. The Feed; 2.2. The Catalysts; 2.2.1. Chlorinated Alumina; 2.2.2. Sulfated Zirconia; 2.2.3. Zeolites
  • Mordenite (MOR) Based Catalysts.
  • 2.2.4. Other Zeolite Structures2.3. Reaction Mechanism; 3. Industrial Processes; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 6; The Application of Strontium Dodeceyl Sulfate, Sr(DS)2 in the Synthesis of 4,4'-Diaminotriarylmethanes-Leuco Malachite Materials; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Results and Discussion; 3. Experimental; 3.1. Preparation of Sr(DS)2 from Sr(NO3)2 and Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate [21]; 3.2. Synthesis of 4,4'-Diaminotriarylmethane Using Sr(DS)2. General Procedure; 3.3. Recycling of the Catalyst; Conclusion; References; Index; Blank Page.