Nanotechnology books

Here is a list of most popular Nanotechnology books ever written for an ordinary person who wish to learn bit more about this trending technology. All these books will help you to grasp the fundamentals of the technology and to build further on the foundation.

 nanotechnology book Nanotechnology: Molecular Speculations on Global Abundance by BC Crandall

Advances in physics, molecular biology, and computer science are converging on the capacity to control, with molecular precision, the structure and function of matter. These twenty original contributions provide the first broad-based multidisciplinary definition and examination of the revolutionary new discipline of molecular engineering, or nanotechnology. They address both the promise as well as the economic, environmental, and cultural challenges of this emerging atomic-scale technology.

 Engines of creation Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology by Eric Drexler

If you are going to read one non-technical book on nanotechnology, this is the one. Drexler describes how a manufacturing technology could develop in which the basic parts are individual atoms precisely placed according to design, rather than handled in “unruly herds”. He explains how we can think about technologies that have not yet been developed, and explores both the opportunities and the perils that these technologis will present, and discusses how we can prepare for their coming.

 nanotechnology next big idea  Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea by Mark A. Ratner

In Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea, nanotech experts Mark Ratner and tech entrepreneur Daniel Ratner show how nanotech works, what’s new, what’s next, and why nanotech may be the next $1 trillion industry. They survey every area of R&D: nanobots, quantum and DNA computing, nanosensors, biostructures, neuro-electronic interfaces, molecular motors, and much more. Simple, brief, and nearly math-free, this is the perfect briefing on nanotech technology and business for every non-technical reader.

 nanomaterials and nanotechnology design Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies and Design by Daniel L. Schodek , Paulo Ferreira, Michael F. Ashby

How could nanotechnology not perk the interest of any designer, engineer or architect? Exploring the intriguing new approaches to design that nanotechnologies offer, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies and Design is set against the sometimes fantastic sounding potential of this technology. Nanotechnology offers product engineers, designers, architects and consumers a vastly enhanced palette of materials and properties, ranging from the profound to the superficial. It is for engineering and design students and professionals who need to understand enough about the subject to apply it with real meaning to their own work.

 nanostructurs and nanomaterials Nanostructures & Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties & Applications by Guozhong Cao

This book focuses on the synthesis and fabrication of nanostructures and nanomaterials, but also includes properties and applications of nanostructures and nanomaterials, particularly inorganic nanomaterials. It provides balanced and comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals and processing techniques with regard to synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications of nanostructures and nanomaterials. Both chemical processing and lithographic techniques are presented in a systematic and coherent manner for the synthesis and fabrication of 0-D, 1-D, and 2-D nanostructures, as well as special nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes and ordered mesoporous oxides. The book will serve as a general introduction to nanomaterials and nanotechnology for teaching and self-study purposes.

 understanding nanotechnology Understanding Nanotechnology by Scientific American

This book explores the cutting edge of a new technology that will find usage in almost every single aspect of modern society. Its a short book (140+ pages) and recommend for people who have great interest in nanotechnology and are making their first few steps. One can read this first to get an overview and then get into the more technical books.

 nanotechnology basic science  Nanotechnology: Basic Science and Emerging Technologies by Mick Wilson , Kamali Kannangara , Geoff Smith, Michelle Simmons, Burkhard Raguse

Nanotechnology: Basic Science and Emerging Technologies bridges the gap between detailed technical publications that are beyond the grasp of nonspecialists and popular science books, which may be more science fiction than fact. This book provides a fascinating, scientifically sound treatment, accessible to engineers and scientists outside the field and even to students at the undergraduate level. After a basic introduction to the field, the authors explore topics that include molecular nanotechnology, nanomaterials and nanopowders, nanoelectronics, optics and photonics, and nanobiometrics. The book concludes with a look at some cutting-edge applications and prophecies for the future.

 textbook of nanoscience and nanotechnology  Textbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by B.S. Murty, P. Shankar, Baldev Raj, B.B. Rath, James Murday

This book is meant to serve as a textbook for beginners in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. It can also be used as additional reading in this multifaceted area. It covers the entire spectrum of nanoscience and technology: introduction, terminology, historical perspectives of this domain of science, unique and widely differing properties, advances in the various synthesis, consolidation and characterization techniques, applications of nanoscience and technology and emerging materials and technologies.

 for dummies Nanotechnology For Dummies: A Fun and Easy Way to Explore the Science of Matter’s Smallest Particlesby Earl Boysen and Richard Booker

The authors begin with explaining the background of nanotechnology and then examine industries that are affected by this technology. Aiming to educate and simultaneously dispel common myths, the book explores the many nanotechnology-enabled consumer products available on the market today, ranging from socks to face lotion to jet skis to floor cleaners, to name a few.

 introduction to nanotechnology Introduction to Nanotechnology by Charles P. Poole Jr

The book provides a good overview of the field and a broad coverage of nanotechnology and its applications, with an eye toward giving researchers in different areas an appreciation of nanotechnological developments outside their own fields of expertise. Rather than focusing on the latest developments in nanotechnology, the authors use representative examples of research in many fields to focus on the diversity of its applications.

 intro to nanoscience and nano Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by Chris BinnsIntroduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology explains nanotechnology to an audience that does not necessarily have a scientific background. It covers all aspects, including the new areas of biomedical applications and the use of nanotechnology to probe the “quantum vacuum.” After discussing the present state of the art in nanotechnology, the book makes estimates of where these technologies are going and what will be possible in the future.

Following is a list of great books on nanotechnology business and industry. They cover business related topics such as business applications and commercialization, guide for businesses, investors, and research universities who want to bring nanotechnology products to the commercial market. These books are great for managers, investors, entrepreneurs and people who are thinking about starting their own business in nanotechnology related sector.

 

 Untitled The Next Big Thing Is Really Small by Jack Uldrich , Deb Newberry

Nanotechnology will require you to radically re-think what your core business is, who your competitors are, what skills your workforce needs, how to train your employees, and how to think strategically about the future. Jack Uldrich and Deb Newberry explain exactly how you should prepare for nanotech’s imminent arrival. They identify today’s nanotech innovators, chronicle and project the rapid rise of nanotech developments, and show how to think strategically about the field’s opportunities and investments.  The Next Big Thing Is Really Small provides a sneak peek at the technology that will transform the next ten years, giving investors and executives a road map for using small wonders to generate big profits.

 nano emerging science Nano : The Emerging Science of Nanotechnology by Ed Regis

Eric Drexler envisions a world in which poverty and hunger no longer exist, because food can be made out of thin air, and we never grow old, because cells can be regenerated as swiftly as they “age.” Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at the molecular level, is what he’s betting will make it happen. Ed Regis tells the story of Drexler’s forays into this new science, showing the scientist’s attempts to convince his colleagues that he hasn’t descended into pulp fiction. He also fills in a lot of the historical and technical background, from the 19th-century arguments over whether atoms exist to modern experiments that have isolated and manipulated single atoms

 nanotech a gentle reminder Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea by Mark A. Ratner , Daniel Ratner

In Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea, nanotech expert Mark Ratner and tech entrepreneur Daniel Ratner show how nanotech works, what’s new, what’s next, and why nanotech may be the next $1 trillion industry. They survey every area of R&D: nanobots, quantum and DNA computing, nanosensors, biostructures, neuro-electronic interfaces, molecular motors, and much more. Simple, brief, and nearly math-free, this is the perfect briefing on nanotech technology and business for every non-technical reader.

 nanotechnology business applications Nanotechnology: Business Applications and Commercialization by Sherron Sparks

Nanotechnology: Business Applications and Commercialization is a guide for businesses, investors, and research universities who want to bring nanotechnology products to the commercial market. Showing how academia and business can partner to commercialize nanomaterial research, it delineates business aspects for scientists and highlights opportunities for business professionals.

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