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By Prabhakar Misra

ISBN-10: 9812872418

ISBN-13: 9789812872418

This publication specializes in numerous parts of severe topical curiosity on the topic of utilized spectroscopy and the technology of nanomaterials. The 11 chapters within the booklet disguise the next parts of curiosity when it comes to utilized spectroscopy and nanoscience:

· Raman spectroscopic characterization, modeling and simulation stories of carbon nanotubes,

· Characterization of plasma discharges utilizing laser optogalvanic spectroscopy,

· Fluorescence anisotropy in realizing protein conformational illness and aggregation,

· Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in nanomedicine,

· Calculation of Van der Waals interactions on the nanoscale,

· concept and simulation linked to adsorption of gases in nanomaterials,

· Atom-precise steel nanoclusters,

· Plasmonic houses of metal nanostructures, two-dimensional fabrics, and their composites,

· purposes of graphene in optoelectronic units and transistors,

· function of graphene in natural photovoltaic machine technology,

· functions of nanomaterials in nanomedicine.

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Also, the unique specific heat capacity of SWCNTs, the ability to determine the radial CTE of SWCNTs, and be able to probe their 1dimensional characteristics, as discussed in [31], would add to greater understanding of the thermal behavior of CNTs and in their widespread applications. Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the assistance of Ms. Larkin Sayre, a rising sophomore at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a 2014 Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in Physics participant at Howard University (NSF Grant PHY-1358727), for generating Fig.

As a result, a ground-breaking study by Shawlow et al. [29] reported the first optogalvanic spectroscopy observations of non-metastable state transitions of atoms/molecules in a discharge [29]. 3 Optogalvanic Spectroscopy Studies in a Hollow Cathode Lamp Discharge Misra et al. [30] reported a comprehensive list of over 350 optogalvanic transitions in the 337–598 nm region using a pulsed tunable dye laser and an iron-neon (Fe–Ne) hollow cathode discharge. 3 cm−1 accuracy. 5 mA and a laser pulse energy of 20 µJ, were quite different.

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