MXene-Based Hybrid Nano-Architectures for Environmental Remediation and Sensor Applications : From Design to Applications Paperback / softback
Edited by Ram (Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS, Gupta, Muhammad (Associate Professor, Department of Sanitary Engineering, Faculty of Civil and Envir Bilal, Tuan Anh (Senior Principal Research Scientist at the Institute for Tropical Technology, Viet Nguyen, Hafiz M. N. (Research Professor, School of Engineering and Sciences, Tecnologico de Monterrey Iqbal, Ghulam (Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, College of Physics and Optoelectronic Yasin
Part of the Micro & Nano Technologies series
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MXene-Based Hybrid Nano-Architectures for Environmental Remediation and Sensor Applications: From Design to Applications brings together the state-of-the-art in molecular design, synthetic approaches, unique properties, and applications of MXene-based hybrid nanomaterials, which combine 2D MXenes with low dimensional materials and open the door to novel solutions in environmental remediation, sensing, and other areas.
The book covers synthesis methods, structural design, basic properties, and characterization techniques and provides in-depth coverage of specific areas of environmental remediation and removal, covering gases, toxic heavy metals, organic pollutants, pharmaceuticals, organic dyes, pesticides, and inorganic pollutants.
Other sections delve into targeted sensing applications, including electrochemical sensors, optical sensors, biosensors, and strain sensors.
The final chapters consider other application areas for MXene-based hybrid nano-architectures, such as wearable devices and thermal energy storage, and address the other key considerations of secondary environmental contamination, toxicity, regeneration and re-use of MXenes, and future opportunities.