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2020/2021

Nanochemistry

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
12NCH ZK 2 2+0 Czech
Lecturer:
Jan Proška (guarantor)
Tutor:
Jan Proška (guarantor)
Supervisor:
Department of Physical Electronics
Synopsis:

This is a multidisciplinary course which is open to students with different background (physics, chemistry biology, engineering). Course is devoted to advanced research in the chemistry, physical chemistry, and chemical physics in the process of creation nanostructures and study of proceses in 1,2,3- dimensional restricted nanovolumes up to molecular and atomic level.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1)Physical and chemical properties of materials, fundamentals of chemical thermodynamics and kinetics

2)Fundamentals of colloid chemistry, electrochemistry and physical chemistry of surfaces

3)Fundamentals of polymer sciences

4)Self-assembly and self-organization, irreversible processes, Onsager reciprocal relations

5)Lithographic methods, soft-lithography, shadow lithography

6)Synthesis of metal nanoparticles, their physical properties, aspects of particle anisotropy

7)Synthesis of semiconductor nanoparticles and polymer micro-particles

8)Self-assembly approach to preparation of composite materials

9)Bioinspiration and biotemplating

10)Some nanoscopic methods

11)Applications of nanomaterials

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

After completion of this course, the student should be able to describe the important concepts of nanomaterials, to explain the formation of nanoparticles and mesoporous materials, to describe different self-assembly processes used in nanomaterials preparation, and to exemplify applications in chemistry, physics, bioscience and materials science.

Study materials:

Reading list:

[1] W. J. Moore : Fyzikální chemie, SNTL, Praha, 1981 (in Czech)

[2] W. J. Moore: Physical chemistry; Longman Publishing Group; 5th edition; 1998; ISBN: 978-0582442344

[3] Geoffrey A. Ozin, Andre C. Arsenault, Ludovico Cademartiri: Nanochemistry: A Chemical Approach to Nanomaterials. Royal Society of Chemistry; 2nd ed., 2009, ISBN: 978-1-84755-895-4

[4] M.-I. Baraton: Synthesis, Functionalization and Surface Treatment of Nanoparticles, American Scientific Publishers; 2003, ISBN 978-1588830098

[5] J. N. Israelaschvili: Intermolecular and Surface Forces; Academic Press; 3rd edition; 2010; ISBN: 978-0123751829

[6] M. Kleman, O.D. Lavrentovich: Soft Matter Physics: An Introduction; Springer-Verlag, Inc., New York 2003; ISBN: 978-0387952673

Further reading:

[7] L. Bartovská, M. Šišková: Co je co v povrchové a koloidní chemii - výkladový slovník; webová aplikace; Vydavatelství VŠCHT Praha http://vydavatelstvi.vscht.cz/knihy/uid_es-001/ebook.help.htm

[8] T. Gowers, J. Barrow-Green, I. Leader (eds.): The Princeton Companion to Mathematics; Princeton University Press; Princeton 2008; ISBN: 978-0691118802

[9] E.V. Anslyn, D.A. Dougherty: Modern Physical Organic Chemistry; University Science Books; 2006; ISBN: 978-1891389313

[10] R. C. Desai, R. Kapral: Dynamics of Self-Organized and Self-Assembled Structures; Cambridge University Press; Cambridge; 2009; ISBN: 978-0521883610

Journals: Nano Letters (American Chemical Society), Nature Photonics, Nature Nanotechnology a Nature Materials

Note:
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