Nanowires Science and Technology
by Nicoleta Lupu
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 410
This book describes some nanowires fabrication and their potential applications, both as standing alone or complementing carbon nanotubes and polymers. Understanding the design and working principles of nanowires described here, requires a multidisciplinary background of physics, chemistry, materials science, electrical and optoelectronics engineering, bioengineering, etc.
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