With physical properties that often may not be described by the transposition of physical laws from 3D space across to 2D or even 1D space, low-dimensional solids exhibit a high degree of anisotropy in the spatial distribution of their chemical bonds. This means that they can demonstrate new phenomena such as charge-density waves and can display nanoparticulate (0D), fibrous (1D) and lamellar (2D) morphologies.
Low-Dimensional Solids presents some of the most recent research into the synthesis and properties of these solids and covers:
- Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
- Inorganic Nanotubes and Nanowires
- Biomedical Applications of Layered Double Hydroxides
- Carbon Nanotubes and Related Structures
- Superconducting Borides
Introducing topics such as novel layered superconductors, inorganic-DNA delivery systems and the chemistry and physics of inorganic nanotubes and nanosheets, Low-Dimensional Solids discusses some of the most exciting concepts in this developing field.
Additional volumes in the Inorganic Materials Series:
Molecular Materials | Functional Oxides | Porous Materials | Energy Materials
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