Computational Nanoscience - 
      Jonathan Hirst
    
      Kenneth D Jordan
    
      Walter Thiel
    
      Carmay Lim
    
      Elena Bichoutskaia
    
      William Challacombe
    
      Jim Chelikowsky
    
      Jeffrey Grossman
    
      Arkady V. Krasheninnikov
    
      Fedor Y. Naumkin
    
      George C. Schatz
    
      Gotthard Seifert
    
      Jayant K Singh
    
      David Wales
    
      Mark Wilson
    
      Alessandro Fortunelli
    
      Stefano Sanvito
    
      Malcolm Heggie
    
      Eva Zurek

Computational Nanoscience

; Kenneth D Jordan ; Walter Thiel ; Carmay Lim ; Elena Bichoutskaia (Redaktør) ; William Challacombe (Innledning) ; Jim Chelikowsky (Innledning) ; Jeffrey Grossman (Innledning) ; Arkady V. Krasheninnikov (Innledning) ; Fedor Y. Naumkin (Innledning) ; George C. Schatz (Innledning) ; Gotthard Seifert (Innledning) ; Jayant K Singh (Innledning) ; David Wales (Innledning) ; Mark Wilson (Innledning) ; Alessandro Fortunelli (Innledning) ; Stefano Sanvito (Innledning) ; Malcolm Heggie (Innledning) ; Eva Zurek (Innledning)

Nanoscience is one of the most exciting areas of modern physical science as it encompasses a range of techniques rather than a single discipline. It stretches across the whole spectrum of science including: medicine and health, physics, engineering and chemistry. Les mer
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Nanoscience is one of the most exciting areas of modern physical science as it encompasses a range of techniques rather than a single discipline. It stretches across the whole spectrum of science including: medicine and health, physics, engineering and chemistry. Providing a deep understanding of the behaviour of matter at the scale of individual atoms and molecules, it provides a crucial step towards future applications of nanotechnology. The remarkable improvements in both theoretical methods and computational techniques make it possible for modern computational nanoscience to achieve a new level of chemical accuracy. It is now a discipline capable of leading and guiding experimental efforts rather than just following others. Computational Nanoscience addresses modern challenges in computational science, within the context of the rapidly evolving field of nanotechnology. It satisfies the need for a comprehensive, yet concise and up-to-date, survey of new developments and applications presented by the world's leading academics. It documents major, recent advances in scientific computation, mathematical models and theory development that specifically target the applications in nanotechnology. Suitable for theoreticians, researchers and students, the book shows readers what computational nanoscience can achieve, and how it may be applied in their own work. The twelve chapters cover topics including the concepts behind recent breakthroughs, the development of cutting edge simulation tools, and the variety of new applications.
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Forlag: Royal Society of Chemistry
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 444
ISBN: 9781849731331
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Algorithms for Predicting the Physical Properties of Nanocrystals and Large Clusters; Rational Design of Mixed Nanoclusters: Metal Shells Supported and Shaped by Molecular Cores; Self-assembly of Nanoclusters: an Energy Landscape Perspective; Phase Transition under Confinement; Simulating Thermo-Mechanical Phenomena of Nanoscale Systems; Computational Electrodynamics Methods; Large Scale Electronic Transport Calculations; Theoretical Strategies for Functionalization and Encapsulation of Nanotubes; Density Functional Calculations of NMR Chemical Shifts in Carbon Nanotubes; Computational Study of the Formation of Inorganic Nanotubes; Native and Irradiation-induced Defects in Graphene: What Can we Learn from Atomistic Simulations?; The Atomic-, Nano-, and Meso-scale Origins of Graphite's Response to Energetic Particles
Elena Bichoutskaia is based in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham. Prior to this she worked in the Departments of Chemistry at the Universities of Cambridge and Sussex and held a Royal Society/NATO Fellowship at The Queen's University of Belfast. She has contributed to 35 academic papers and is the recipient of eight academic awards. Dr Bichoutskaia has also been invited to speak at numerous seminars, symposia and conferences. She has extensive university teaching experience and was involved in the development of the new Natural Sciences (BSc Honours and MSci Honours) degree courses at the University of Nottingham.