Advanced Functional Materials by Prof. Hee-Gweon Woo, Prof. Hong Li (auth.)

By Prof. Hee-Gweon Woo, Prof. Hong Li (auth.)

With contemporary advancements within the polymer, ceramic, sensor, and gasoline phone know-how, various novel fabrics were synthetic for complicated, compact, and digital undefined. Polymers, silicon, power fabrics have got a lot realization lately. "Advanced useful fabrics" supplies the newest learn effects on polymer, tremendous ceramics, sensor, and eco-friendly gas cells. The content material of this publication, in most cases according to the authors' fresh study effects, covers a wide spectrum together with: the complicated inorganic-organic-hybrid polymeric fabrics, excessive practical sensor, and microbial gasoline cells. The e-book is appropriate for the researchers operating within the components of polymer, nanotechnology, ceramic engineering, engineering thermoplastic, strength and tool engineering, chemical engineering and fabrics, and so on.

Hee-Gweon Woo is a professor on the division of Chemistry, Chonnam nationwide college, the Republic of Korea. Hong Li is a professor on the Institute of Polymer Chemistry, Nankai collage, China.

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