|Instructors:||Vladimir Valentinovich Kozlov|
The purpose of this module is to introduce metal-carbon nanocomposites used for creating nanodevices with controllable parameters. This module forms the ability to define properties of substances in a nanocrystalline state (structure, electronic nanocrystal structure, electric, magnetic, optical and mechanical properties); the ability to define substance properties as a function of various parameters taking into account quantum-size effects in a nanocrystalline state.
Students are expected to study the theory of a solid with the use of quantum mechanics for describing a substance in a nanocrystalline state; features of physical and chemical properties of a substance in a nanocrystalline state; the main substance types in a nanocrystalline state and their properties (structure, electronic structure of nanocrystals, electric, magnetic, optical, mechanical properties); physical and chemical theory of nanoparticles; kinetic regularities for calculating the nanomaterial synthesis; kinetic regularities, mathematical thermodynamics methods for modelling the processes of nanomaterial synthesis; defining and calculating parameters of nanoparticle synthesis (quasi-equilibrium, diffusive and kinetic stages); tendencies and perspectives of the developments in the area of micro and nanoelectronics.
|Hours of lecture||Hours of discussion||Hours of independent study||Total numbers of hours|
Please note that students are expected to study outside of class for three hours for every hour in class.
The plan is to work through the following topics
- Perspective properties of substances in a nanocrystalline state
- Features of regularities for physical properties of substance in a nanocrystalline state;
- The theory of a solid and quantum mechanics;
- Peculiarities of nanomaterial structure;
- Quantum-size effect;
- The main types of substance in a nanocrystalline state and their properties
- Electronic structure of nanocrystals;
- Bases of the physical and chemical theory for nanoparticles;
- Electric, magnetic, optical and mechanical properties;
- Kinetic regularities for calculating nanomaterial synthesis processes.
- Diffusion and kinetic processes for nanomaterial synthesis reactions
- Features of physical and chemical methods of nanomaterial synthesis;
- Methods down-up for nanomaterial synthesis;
- Methods up-down for nanomaterial synthesis;
- Template method for nanomaterial synthesis.
- Kinetic regularities for calculating nanomaterial synthesis processes
- The determination of synthesis parameters (quasiequilibrium, diffusion and kinetic stages);
- The quasiequilibrium stage of synthesis;
- The diffusion and kinetic stages of synthesis;
- The control methods of nanoparticle synthesis.
- Yu.D.Tret’jalov. Solid-phase reactions. М.: Nauka. 1978
- A.D.Pomogailo. Metal nanoparticles in polymers. M.:Nauka. 2000.
- S.C.Tjong, Y.-W. Mai. Physical Properties and Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites. Elsevier. 2010. 936 p.
- R.S.Chaughule. Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications. Wiley, New York. 2010.
- Gunter Schmid. Nanoparticles: From Theory to Application. Willey. New York. 2006.
- Micro- and nanoelectronics development
- Self-organization processes in nanotechnology
- Peculiarities for metal-carbon nanocomposites
- Quantum-size effect and its influence on nanomaterial chemical and physical properties
|Midterm course work||20%|