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TYBSc Semester VI

PHY 366 (P) | Physics of Nanomaterials

T.Y.B.Sc. | Sem VI | Physics

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T.Y.B.Sc. | Sem VI | PHY 366 (P)
Physics of Nanomaterials

It’s a great pleasure for us to present this book Physics of Nanomaterials (PHY 366 (P), Semester VI) for T.Y.B.Sc. Physics students of the Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. This book is written as per the revised syllabus of Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune to be implemented from June 2021.
We have tried to explain the concepts & information in lucid language so that students could understand it easily. Many senior faculty members have inspired us to perform this duty. We feel it’s not a new creations but presentation in simple form for the better understanding of students.

1. Introduction to Nanomaterials 
1.1 Introduction to Nanosized materials and Structures
1.2 Significance of Nanosize
1.3 Properties of Nanomaterials
1.3.1 Mechanical Properties
1.3.2 Electrical Properties
1.3.3 Thermal Properties
1.3.4 Optical Properties
1.4 Classification of nanostructured materials
1.4.1 Classification according to the Origin of nanomaterials
1.4.2 Classification according to the Structure or Dimension.

2. Methods of Synthesis of Nanomaterials 
2.1 Classification of Synthesis Techniques
2.1.1 Classification according to synthesis Approach (Bottom-up and Top-down Approches)
2.1.2 Classification of synthesis techniques according to synthesis processes (or Phases)
2.2 Synthesis Methods
2.2.1 Thermal Evaporation
2.2.2 Sputter Deposition
2.2.3 Colloidal Method
2.2.4 Sol-gel Method
2.2.5 Chemical Vapour Deposition
2.2.6 Electrochemical Deposition.

3. Characterization Techniques 
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Over view of structural characterization of nanomaterials by XRD
3.3 Microstructural characterization Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
3.4 Structural characterization of nanomaterials using Transmission electron microscopy (TEM)
3.5 Optical characterization of nanomaterials using UV- visible

4. Special Nanomaterials 
4.1 Carbon nanotubes (CNTs)
4.2 Types of Carbon Nanotubes
4.3 Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
4.4 Quantum Dots (QDs)
4.5 Optical Properties of QDs
4.6 Applications

5. Applications 
5.1 Nanomaterials for application in Nano-electronics
5.2 Nanomaterials for Cosmetics
5.3 Nanomaterials for Medicine
5.4 Nanomaterials for Biosensors
5.5 Nanomaterials for Automobiles
5.6 Nanomaterials for Space
5.7 Nanomaterials for Sports
5.8 Nanomaterials for Clothe Industry
5.9 Nanomaterials for environmental pollution monitoring and reduction
5.10 Nanomaterials for energy generation and storage


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