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EMR/ESR/EPR Spectroscopy for Characterization of Nanomaterials

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  • © 2017


  • Covers EMR/ESR/EPR spectroscopic characterization of nanoparticles
  • Focuses on data interpretation
  • Avoids extensive use of mathematics with an application based approach
  • Includes supplementary material:

Part of the book series: Advanced Structured Materials (STRUCTMAT, volume 62)

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The subject matter of this book is the application of EMR/ESR/EPR spectroscopy for characterization of nanomaterials. Initial chapters deal with nanomaterials and their classification. Characterization of metallic nanoparticles, metal oxide nanoparticles and rare earth impurity doped nanoparticles from the (ESR) spectrum parameters are covered in the chapters that follow. A special feature of the book is EMR/ESR/EPR spectroscopic characterization of nanoparticles which are important due to their bactericidal and anticancerous properties. Strength of continuous wave (CW) is explained with the help of suitable examples. The book focuses on applications and data interpretation avoiding extensive use of mathematics so that it also caters to the need of young scientists in the life science disciplines. The book includes a comparison with other spectroscopic characterization methods so as to give an integrated approach to the reader. It will prove useful to biomedical scientists and engineers, chemists, and materials engineers in student, researcher, and practitioner positions.

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Table of contents (7 chapters)

  1. Nanomaterials and their Classification

  2. EMR Characterization of Nanoparticles

Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Physics, Ewing Christian College, Allahabad, India

    Ashutosh Kumar Shukla

About the editor

Dr. Ashutosh  Kumar  Shukla has obtained his B.Sc., M.Sc. and D. Phil. degrees from University of Allahabad.    His talks on science  have been regularly broadcasted on the radio. He has been working to popularize science among the masses through his published science articles on issues of general interest. He has received many scholarships and fellowships including National Scholarship, Scholarship of Ministry of Higher Education, Government of U. P., Research Fellowship of Council of Science & Tech., Lucknow, U.P., Research Fellowship of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi and Indian National Science Academy-Bilateral Exchange Fellowship. 

During his doctoral work he focused on Electron Spin Resonance spectroscopy and optical absorption spectroscopy to investigate transition ion doped single crystals. In addition to his exposure to the available CW-ESR spectrometers at leading institutesof his own country like National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology, Bomaby and Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Bombay, he has hands on experience with modern CW and pulsed ESR spectrometers at several leading international laboratories including University of Dundee, Scotland and University of St. Andrew’s, Scotland and Kazan State University, Kazan. ESR characterization of rare earth manganites and nano materials are his current interests. 

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