Smart Polymers and Composites
Ed. Abu Nasar
Materials Research Foundations Volume 21
Publication Date 2018, 208 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-945291-46-3 (release date January 2, 2018)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-945291-47-0
Polymeric compounds are generally blended with inorganic/organic materials to prepare composites to tailor the desired properties for specific requirements. The present book reviews new research in the fields of composite green polymers for environmental applications, polyaniline based composites for wastewater treatment, smart polymeric coating materials, polymer decorated bimetallic nanosorbents for dye removal, fuel cell materials, polymeric membranes, green bio-nanocomposites and polymer based catalysts.
Composite Green Polymers, Polyaniline Based Composites, Smart Polymeric Materials, Nanosorbents, Polymeric Membranes, Bio-Nanocomposites, Polymer Based Catalyst, Wastewater Treatment, Dye Removal, Fuel Cell Materials, Dehydrogenation
Table of Contents
Production of Composite Green Polymers and Their Effects on the Environment
Santanu Sarkar, Chiranjib Bhattacharjee, Supriya Sarkar
Polyaniline (PANI) Based Composites for the Adsorptive Treatment of Polluted Water
Smart Polymeric Coatings to Enhance the Antibacterial, Anti-fogging and Self-Healing Nature of a Coated Surface
Santanu Sarkar, Chiranjib Bhattacharjee, Supriya Sarkar
Efficient Polymer Decorated Bimetallic Nanosorbents for Dye Removal Applications
Aysun Savk, Betul Sen, Fatih Sen
A Basic Overview of Fuel Cells: Materials and Applications
Jayshree Ramkumar, S. Chandramouleeswaran
Polymeric Membranes and Composites-Innovations, Regulatory Guidelines, Developments for Pollution Control and Environmental Sustainability
Exploring a Green Bio-Nanocomposite for the Removal of Crystal Violet Dye
Anam Mirza, Rais Ahmad
Poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone) Stabilized Nanoclusters as Highly Efficient and Reusable Catalyst for the Dehydrogenation of Dimethly Ammonia–Borane
Betül Sen, Özge Paralı, Süleyman Akocak, Senem Karahan, Fatih Sen
Keyword Index 197
About the Editor 198
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Surveying advanced polymers and composites, materials scientists and engineers cover the production of composite green polymers and their effects on the environment; polyaniline-based composites for the adsorptive treatment of polluted water; smart polymeric coatings to enhance the antibacterial, anti-fogging, and self-healing nature of a coated surface; efficient polymer decorated bi-metallic nanosorbents for dye removal applications; a basic overview of fuel cells: materials and applications; polymeric membranes and composites: innovations, regulatory guidelines, developments for pollution control, and environmental sustainability; exploring a green bio-nanocomposite for the removal of crystal violet dye; and poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone) stabilized nanoclusters as a highly efficient and reusable catalyst for dehydrogenating dimethly ammonia-borane. Annotation ©2017 Ringgold Inc. Portland, OR (protoview.com)
About the Editor
Dr. Abu Nasar is presently working as an Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Aligarh Muslim University.
He has received his PhD and done postdoctoral work at the prestigious organization, Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University. He has published over three dozen research papers in reputed journals.
His areas of interest include physical chemistry, environmental chemistry and materials science.
A research paper presented by him at the International Conference on “Advanced Semiconductor Devices and Microsystems” held at Smolenice, Slovakia during Oct. 20-24, 1996 was selected as one of the best papers of the Conference. In the recognition of his work, Dr. Nasar has received the Young Scientists’ and Young Metallurgists’ Awards by the Indian Science Congress Association and the Ministry of Steel, Government of India, respectively.
Mojtaba Salehi holds both the Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in materials science and engineering. Currently, he is a PhD student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at NUS and doing research in inkjet 3D printing of metals.
Dr Sharon Nai Mui Ling is a Senior Scientist and Team Lead for 3D Additive Manufacturing at the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). Her research areas include (i) 3D additive manufacturing of metallic structures for structural and functional applications, (ii) design and development of new alloys and metal matrix composites for additive manufacturing, and (iii) metal powder atomization and powder processing. She has published 1 book, 2 book chapters and over 50 peer reviewed journal papers. She has also led several 3D additive manufacturing collaborative projects with industry and research partners.
Dr Saeed Maleksaeedi is a research scientist in the area of materials science and engineering at the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). He has been working in the area of additive manufacturing for more than 8 years and his research focus include (i) Powder processing of metals and ceramics, (ii) additive manufacturing processes including binder jet 3D printing and 3D stereolithography for biomedical applications, (iii) metal and polymer matrix composites and (iv) investment casting using 3D printed patters. Saeed has published 1 book chapter and over 30 peer reviewed journal papers and publications. He is also holding several patents and disclosures in the area of additive manufacturing. In the past several years, he has been working closely with industry to testify and validate additive manufacturing processes for fabrication of functional components.