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Chapter 1 Key Attributes of Nanoscale fabrics and unique Functionalities rising from them (pages 1–32): Sharmila M. Mukhopadhyay
Chapter 2 Societal effect and destiny developments in Nanomaterials (pages 33–59): Sharmila M. Mukhopadhyay
Chapter three Fabrication innovations for turning out to be Carbon Nanotubes (pages 61–85): I. T. Barney
Chapter four Nanoparticles and Polymer Nanocomposites (pages 87–124): Guillermo A. Jimenez, Byoung J. Lee and Sadhan C. Jana
Chapter five Laser?Assisted Fabrication strategies (pages 125–151): P. T. Murray
Chapter 6 Experimental Characterization of Nanomaterials (pages 153–174): A. G. Jackson
Chapter 7 Modeling and Simulation of Nanoscale fabrics (pages 175–198): Soumya S. Patnaik and Mesfin Tsige
Chapter eight Nanomaterials for replacement power (pages 199–246): Hong Huang and Bor Z. Jang
Chapter nine Enhancement of through?Thickness Thermal Conductivity in Adhesively Bonded Joints utilizing Aligned Carbon Nanotubes (pages 247–269): Sangwook Sihn, Sabyasachi Ganguli, Ajit okay. Roy, Liangti Qu and Liming Dai
Chapter 10 Use of steel Nanoparticles in Environmental Cleanup (pages 271–319): Sushil R. Kanel, Chunming Su, Upendra Patel and Abinash Agrawal
Chapter eleven Use of Carbon Nanotubes in Water remedy (pages 321–368): Venkata ok. ok. Upadhyayula, Jayesh P. Ruparelia and Abinash Agrawal
Chapter 12 Peptide Nanotubes in Biomedical and Environmental functions (pages 369–391): Byung?Wook Park and Dong?Shik Kim
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