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Nanomaterials, defined as materials with typical dimensions of less than 100 nm in at least one dimension, exhibit very special physicochemical properties that are highly dependent on their size and shape. These new properties, different from those of the corresponding bulk material, are behind the revolution in both nanomaterial fabrication techniques and the application of nanomaterials in many areas of science and technology.

Among the wide range of nanofabrication techniques, the laser is a tool with outstanding advantages, such as high production efficiency, low cost, good stability, and reliable processing quality, in addition to being environmentally friendly.

The present book is a collection of works from different laboratories around the World, on the exciting field of using lasers to obtain nanomaterials. Enjoy!

Laser Synthesis of Nanomaterials | MDPI Books.

Post Author: LaserON Group