Advances in Nanotechnology and the Environment by Juyoung Kim

By Juyoung Kim

''Nanoparticles and nano-sized fabrics created by means of nanotechnology (NT) were thought of certain and sole approach to conquer the constraints of alternative applied sciences and widen their purposes. even though those fabrics were commonly used in environmental expertise (ET), so much of environmental functions of nanoparticles have been restricted to the fabrication of nano-sensors for the detection of unstable organic

This e-book offers the potential purposes of nano-sized fabrics in all environmental approaches, delivering the main trustworthy instruction for the choice of nanomaterials to enhance the potency of environmental procedures. It makes a speciality of designing particular nanomaterials for environmental tactics and pollution. It provides the effect and impression of nanomaterials at the setting and discusses the way to keep away from inflicting secondary illness via nanomaterials. The ebook offers right information regarding nanomaterials for power clients who will use and observe nanomaterials in ET.''--Publisher's description. Read more...

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As illustrated in Fig. 3, as the concentration of the SDS increases in the aqueous solution, the surface tension of the solution is abruptly changed and remains constant with the concentration. This result indicates that SDS molecules have a concentration for the formation of micelles. However, surface tension of ACP solutions decreases linearly with the increase of concentration without abrupt change in surface tension. This result also indicates that unlike SDS, UAA chains can form nano-aggregates (ACP nanoparticles) at extremely low concentration.

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