Synthesis and Applications of Semiconductor Nanostructures consists of 15 chapters that focus on synthesis, characterization and multifaceted potential applications of semiconductor nanostructures, metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and nanostructure impregnated metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). Special materials included in the volume include doped glasses, functionalized carbon nanotubes, doped graphene and graphene nanoribbons. The contributions highlight numerous bottom-up and top-down techniques for the synthesis of semiconductor nanostructures.
Several industrial processes such as hydrogen production, wastewater treatment, carbon dioxide reduction, pollution control and oxidation of alcohols have been demonstrated in the context of semiconductor nanomaterial applications. The volume also has chapters dedicated to updates on the biomedical applications of these nanomaterials.
This volume is a timely resource for postgraduate students, academicians, researchers and technocrats, who are involved in R&D activities with semiconductor nanomaterials and metal organic frameworks.
Audience: Postgraduate students, academicians, researchers and technocrats, who are involved in R&D activities with semiconductor nanomaterials and metal organic frameworks.