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Synthesis and Organization of Nano Materials

Synthesis and Organization of Nano Materials

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Official Master in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Faculties of .Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy Universitat de Barcelona – Barcelona, Spain


Synthesis and Organization of Nanomaterials
The bottom-up approach Spring 2,5 Dra. Lourdes Maestros lourdes.mestres@qi.ub.es Dra. Maria Lluïsa Pérez mlperez@ub.edu Dr. David Amabilino amabilino@icmab.es

Semester: Credits ECTS: Professors:

Dpto./ Faculty:

Department of Inorganic chemistry and Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutical Chemistry UB Department of Molecular Nanoscience and organic materials Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Barcelona CSIC

Objectives: General objectives and skills that the student should obtain at the end of the course. General Objectives: Give a general vision of the different procedures for preparation of nanometric materials: bottom up and top down. Deeper in the knowledge of multiple techniques to obtain nanomaterials following the bottom up approximation Relate the material typology with its synthesis method. Know the importance of the synthesis method in the material properties. Give a knowledge of the bibliographical references in this area. Understand and differentiate synthesis strategies in the nanomaterials preparation. Know the fundamental concepts for designing a synthesis procedure. Get the ability in managing the bibliographical sources.



Adress: Facultad de Física, c/ Marti Franques 1, 08028 Barcelona – España Master Community: http://campusvirtual.ub.edu/course/view.php?id=427 Website: http://www.ub.edu/nanotec/ E-mail: nanotec@ub.edu

Nanocompounds. Compressed fluids. Zero dimension Nanostructures: Nanoparticles. Importance of the supramolecular chemistry and phases separations as synthesis tools. kinetic controlled synthesis: micelles. Covalent synthesis and self-assembled derivation Nanostructures of two dimensions: Thin Films. Synthesis based in templates. Covalent synthesis: iterative and self-assembled. Spain Introduction: Nanomateials: concept and typology. Sol-gel Films.ub. Nano. Crystalline growth. Classification of synthesis methods. Sergeev ISBN: 0-444-51956-4 Elsevier.ub. Thermal oxidation.php?id=427 Website: http://www.B. Metodological approximations to the nanomaterials: synthesis (Bottom up) and fabrication (top down). Self-assembled monolayer. Polimers. spray pyrolisis. Heterogeneous nucleation: Sputtering. Physical vapour deposition (PVD). 2005 Nanostructures & Nanomaterials: Synthesis. 2004. A Arsenault ISBN 0 85404 664 X Royal Society of Chemistry. microwaves. 08028 Barcelona – España Master Community: http://campusvirtual. Complementary methods: Sonochemistry. Atomic Layer Deposition (ATD). Langmuir-Blodgett Films. Ozin.Physics. c/ Marti Franques 1. Properties & Applications Guozhong Cao ISBN 1-86094-480-9 (paperback) Imperial College Press. Cambridge. UK.edu . Plan: Lectures: Independent work: Study: Bibliography Nanochemistry: A Chemical Approach to Nanomaterials G. soft matter.edu/course/view. Homogeneous Nucleation: Growth factors.Micro and Mesoporous.edu/nanotec/ E-mail: nanotec@ub. Application of the synthesis and organization methods for obtaining nanomaterials.Official Master in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Faculties of . Electrochemical deposition. Synthesis based template effect: electrochemical and electrophoretic deposition. Mullen K The chemistry of organic nanomaterials ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 44 (35): 5592-5629 2005 22 hours (20 Lectures + 2 exam) 8 hours 39 hours Adress: Facultad de Física.. Template leaded methods. Zeolites. Layer by layer deposition. Nanochemistry G. nanorodos and nanotubes. Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). nanocrystalline materials. Chemistry and Pharmacy Universitat de Barcelona – Barcelona. 2006 Grimsdale AC. Nanostructures of one dimension: nanowires.

php?id=427 Website: http://www. Checot F. Mandal S. c/ Marti Franques 1. Lecommandoux S PROGRESS IN POLYMER SCIENCE 30 (7): 691-724 JUL 2005 New approaches to the synthesis of anisotropic. 08028 Barcelona – España Master Community: http://campusvirtual.edu/nanotec/ E-mail: nanotec@ub.a review PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 50 (8): 929-961 2005 Synthesis of materials within reverse micelles Uskokovic V. Selvakannan PR JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 15 (31): 3161-3174 2005 Nanotechnology with soft materials Hamley IW ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 42 (2005) 1692-1712 Controlled synthesis of high quality semiconductor nanocrystals Peng XG.ub.edu .Physics. Thessing J STRUCTURE AND BONDING 118: 79-119 2005 Nanomaterials and supercritical fluids Reverchon E.edu/course/view. Kramer M SMALL 1 (1): 30-46 JAN 2005 Adress: Facultad de Física. Muhlenweg H. Swami A. Spain Toward 'smart' nano-objects by self-assembly of block copolymers in solution Rodriguez-Hernandez J. Gnanou Y. core-shell and hollow metal nanostructures Sastry M. Drofenik M SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS 12 (2): 239-277 APR 2005 Tailor-made nanoparticles via gas-phase synthesis Gutsch A. Adami R JOURNAL OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS 37 (1): 1-22 2006 Polymer sol-gel synthesis of hybrid nanocomposites Pomogailo AD COLLOID JOURNAL 67 (6): 658-677 2005 Dupuis AC The catalyst in the CCVD of carbon nanotubes . Chemistry and Pharmacy Universitat de Barcelona – Barcelona.Official Master in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Faculties of .ub.

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