Nano-engineering in Science and Technology: An Introduction to the World of Nano-design

Voorkant
World Scientific, 2003 - 151 pagina's
Ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Interatomic potentials. 2.1. Quantum mechanical treatment of the many-particle problem. 2.2. Potential energy surface. 2.3. Pair potential approximation. 2.4. Advantages and limitations of the pair potential approximation. 2.5. Phenomenological potentials. 2.6. Pseudo potentials. 2.7. Many-body potentials -- ch. 3. Molecular dynamics. 3.1. Models for molecular dynamics calculations. 3.2. Visualization techniques. 3.3. Solution of the equations of motion. 3.4. Efficient force field computation. 3.5. Implementation -- ch. 4. Characterization of nano-systems. 4.1. Thermal stability. 4.2. Basic material properties. 4.3. Wear at the nanometer level. 4.4. Mean values and correlation functions -- ch. 5. Nano-engineering - studies and conclusions. 5.1. Functional nanostructures. 5.2. Nano-machines. 5.3. Nano-clusters. 5.4. Stimulated nano-cluster transformations. 5.5. Analogy considerations. 5.6. The bifurcation phenomenon at the nanometer scale. 5.7. Analogies to biology. 5.8. Final considerations

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