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Silver Nanoparticles by David Pozo Perez

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Silver Nanoparticles
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070285
Number of pages: 342

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Silver nanoparticles have unique optical, electrical and biological properties that have attracted significant attention due to their potential use in many applications, such as catalysis, biosensing, drug delivery and nanodevice fabrication. This book highlights scientific advancements and recent applications of silver nanoparticles nanotechnology with a key focus on nanocomposite coatings and advanced characterization techniques. The book could serve both academia and industry.

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