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By Prof. Dr. Michael Kohler, Dr. Wolfgang Fritzsche(auth.)

ISBN-10: 3527318712

ISBN-13: 9783527318711

ISBN-10: 352762113X

ISBN-13: 9783527621132

Content material:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–11):
Chapter 2 Molecular fundamentals (pages 13–31):
Chapter three Microtechnological Foundations (pages 33–85):
Chapter four instruction of Nanostructures (pages 87–148):
Chapter five Nanotechnical buildings (pages 149–209):
Chapter 6 Characterization of Nanostructures (pages 211–224):
Chapter 7 Nanotransducers (pages 225–269):
Chapter eight Technical Nanosystems (pages 271–282):

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Nanotechnology: An Introduction to Nanostructuring by Prof. Dr. Michael Kohler, Dr. Wolfgang Fritzsche(auth.) PDF

Content material: bankruptcy 1 advent (pages 1–11): bankruptcy 2 Molecular fundamentals (pages 13–31): bankruptcy three Microtechnological Foundations (pages 33–85): bankruptcy four coaching of Nanostructures (pages 87–148): bankruptcy five Nanotechnical buildings (pages 149–209): bankruptcy 6 Characterization of Nanostructures (pages 211–224): bankruptcy 7 Nanotransducers (pages 225–269): bankruptcy eight Technical Nanosystems (pages 271–282):

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1 Particles and Bonds The three parameters “valence”, “polarity” and “direction” create a complex set of rules for the architectural arrangements based on covalent bonds. The orientation and arrangements of bonds determine not only the topology of bonds, but also the mobility of atoms and groups of atoms relative to each other. So the sum of bonds affects how the bond topology determines a certain molecular geometry or allows degrees of freedom for spontaneous activated intramolecular mobility, and how the external pressure affects the mechanical relaxation of molecules.

The relatively low kinetic energy of the particles leads to their low surface mobility, usually resulting in strong structured surfaces with fine grains, and column-like or even fractal structures. A disadvantage of this approach is that the removal of contaminants is missing, so that vacuum evaporation requires thorough cleaning of the surface. The preservation of sensitive surface states is a huge advantage for nanotechnology. In contrast to other deposition techniques, sensitive substrates can also be processed.

The catalytic effect of an enzyme), can polyvalent bonds be reversed (Fig. 9). The synthetic challenge for molecular nanoarchitecture is to avoid the creation of complex three-dimensional polymeric networks by spontaneous aggregation, but to control the aggregation so that in every step individual units are assembled at defined positions. A prerequisite is a high efficiency in the coupling reactions combined with a low probability for competing reactions. 1 Binding Topologies A relationship between the internal geometry of molecules and the coordinates of the external reference system is essential for nanotechnology.

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