Fundamentals And Applications Of Nanostructures Perovskite Oxide

S Thirumalairajan, K Girija

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  • ISBN: AST006237

  • No. of Pages: 141

  • Imprint: Scholars World

  • Publisher: Scholars World

  • Year: 2023

  • Biblio: vi+135p., figs., tabls., ind., 25cm

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'The book consists of six chapters and the contents of each chapter are as follows: the first chapter gives an overview of nanomaterials and perovskite oxide, the importance of morphology-dependent properties, and its application. A brief review of perovskite LaFeO3 nanostructures with a focus on the chemical and physical method of synthesis, properties, and its applications has been presented. The second chapter describes in detail the preparation techniques for the different nanostructures and characterization tools employed. The third chapter explains the preparation and characterization of different morphologies of LaFeO3 nanostructures such as nanocubes, nanorods, nanospheres, dendrites, flower-like nanostructures, microspheres and nanospheres prepared by the facile and environment-friendly wet chemical method. Also, a systematic investigation of growth mechanism, structural, Read more

Table of Contents

Acknowledgement v Preface vii Acronyms and Abbreviations xiii 1. Nanomaterials and Perovskite Oxide: An Overview 1 1.1 Introduction to Nanoscience and Technology 1.2 Importance of Controlled Size and Shape of Nanomaterials 1.3 Nanostructured Perovskite Pxide 1.4 Crystal Structure, Magnetic, Electrical and Optical Properties of LaFeO3 1.5 Review of Literature 1.5.1 Chemical Synthesis of LaFeO3 Nanostructure 1.5.2 Physical Preparation of LaFeO3 Nanostructures 1.5.3 Photocatalytic Degradation of LaFeO3 Nanostructures 1.5.4 Biosensing Nehaviour of LaFeO3 Nanostructures 1.6 Motivation for this Book 1.7 Overview of this Book References 2. Experimental and Characterization Techniques 17 2.1 Introduction viii 2.2 Chemical Preparation Technique - Hydrothermal Process 2.2.1 Introduction 2.2.2 Hydrothermal Processing Parameters 2.2.3 Hydrothermal Apparatus 2.2.4 Advantages of the Hydrothermal Read more

About the Author/Editor

Dr. S. Thirumalairajan, presently working in the most prestigious DBT-Ramalingaswami Re-entry Faculty Fellow scheme (RRF), India in the Centre for Agricultural Nanotechnology (CANT), Coimbatore.¬He received¬a doctoral degree in Nanoscience and Technology - Physics (Interdisciplinary) from Bharathiar University, India. He is an expert in the fields of shape-dependent functional nanostructures thin film and powders for chemicals, biosensors, food Safety, and agricultural science applications. He has received two externally funded projects with a total cost of ~ Rs. 2 Crores to address issues for food safety applications. He has visited and worked as a senior postdoctoral fellow, and guest scientist in various countries like Brazil, USA, France, South Korea, Indonesia, and Taiwan, for the past nine years and the outcome of novel research resulted in India patent (4), articles in high Read more


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