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Nanotechnology : (Record no. 6761)

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LC control number 2007407204
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International Standard Book Number 9780854042166 (hard)
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International Standard Book Number 0854042164 (hard)
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Classification number 620.5
Edition number 22
Item number H.R.N 2007
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Personal name Hester, Ronald. E.
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Title Nanotechnology :
Remainder of title consequences for human health and the environment /
Statement of responsibility, etc editors, R.E. Hester and R.M. Harrison.
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Edition statement 1st ed
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Cambridge :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Royal Society of Chemistry,
Date of publication, distribution, etc c2007.
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Extent xiii, 134 p. :
Other physical details ill. ;
Dimensions 24 cm.
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Title Issues in environmental science and Technology ;
Volume number/sequential designation v. 24
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Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Formatted contents note Current and Future Applications of Nanotechnology<br/>Barry Park<br/>1 Introduction 1<br/>1..l History 1<br/>1.2 Definitions 1<br/>1.3 Investment 2<br/>2 Technology 2<br/>2.1 Nanomaterials 2<br/>2.2 Manufacturing Processes 3<br/>2.3 Product Characteristics 3<br/>3 Types of Nanomaterials 4<br/>3.1 Carbon 4<br/>3.2 Inorganic Nanotubes 6<br/>3.3 Metals 7<br/>3.4 Metal Oxides 7<br/>3.5 Clays 10<br/>3.6 Quantum Dots 11<br/>3.7 Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy 11<br/>3.8 Dendrimers 12<br/>4 Bio Applications 12<br/>5 Nanocatalysts 12<br/>6 Nanotechnology Reports 13<br/>6.1 Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Reports 13<br/>6.2 Woodrow Wilson 13<br/>7 Future Opportunities 14<br/>7.1 Nanoroadmap 14<br/>7.2 SusChem 14<br/>7.3 Lux Research Market Forecast 15<br/>8 Nanomaterials Companies 15<br/>9 Future 15<br/>References 16<br/>Nanoparticles in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments<br/>Jamie Lead<br/>1 Introduction 19<br/>2 Overview of Current Knowledge 20<br/>3 Fate and Behaviour in Natural Aquatic Systems 26<br/>"3.1 Natural and Engineered Nanoparticle Interactions 27<br/>3.2 Structural Determination and Analysis 29<br/>"3.3 Interactions with Pollutants, Pathogens and<br/>Nutrients 29<br/>3.4 Effects on Pollutant and Pathogen Fate and<br/>Behaviour 29<br/>4 Issues to be Addressed 30<br/>4.1 Sources and Sinks of Nanoparticles 30<br/>4.2 Free and Fixed Engineered Nanoparticles 31<br/>4.3 Nanoparticle Interactions with Naturally<br/>Occurring Material 31<br/>4.4 Nanoparticles as Pollutants 31<br/>4.5 Transport of Nanoparticles 31<br/>4.6 Nanoparticles as Vectors of Pollution 32<br/>5 Conclusions 32<br/>References 32<br/>Nanoparticles in the Atmosphere<br/>Roy Harrison<br/>1 Introduction 35<br/>2 Sources of Atmospheric Nanoparticles 35<br/>2.1 Primary Emissions 35<br/>2.2 Secondary Particles 36<br/>2.3 Formation of Nanoparticles During Diesel<br/>Exhaust Dilution 37<br/>3 Particle Size Distributions 39<br/>3.1 Source Strength of Traffic Particles 40<br/>3.2 Emissions from Non-Traffic Sources 41<br/>4 Measurement of Nanoparticles in Roadside Air 41<br/>5 Transformation and Transport of Ultrafine Particles 43<br/>6 Measurements of Particle Number Concentration in the<br/>Atmosphere 44<br/>7 Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Nanoparticles 45<br/>8 Indoor/Outdoor Relationships of Nanoparticles 46<br/>9 Conclusions 47<br/>References 48<br/>Occupational Exposure to Nanoparticles and Nanotubes<br/>David Mark<br/>I Introduction 50<br/>2 Scientific Framework for Assessing Exposure to<br/>Nanoparticles 51<br/>2.1 Terminology and Definitions 51<br/>2.2 Routes of Exposure 51<br/>2.3 Metric to be used for Assessing Exposure to<br/>Airborne Nanoparticles 53<br/>3 Review of Methods for Assessing Exposure to<br/>Nanoparticles 55<br/>3.1 General 55<br/>3.2 Mass Concentration 56<br/>3.3 Number Concentration 61<br/>3.4 Surface Area Concentrations 62<br/>3.5 Nanoparticle Size Distribution Measurement 64<br/>3.6 *Particle Sampling Techniques for Characterisation 68<br/>3.7 Do Nanotubes Require Special Techniques? 69<br/>3.8 Sampling Strategy Issues 70<br/>4 Review of Reported Measurements of Exposure to<br/>Nanoparticles 71<br/>4.1 Introduction 71<br/>4.2 Measurements of Nanoparticle Exposures in<br/>"Existing Industries 72<br/>4.3 Measurements of Nanoparticle Exposures in<br/>New Nanotechnology Processes 75<br/>5 Discussion 76<br/>References 78<br/>Toxicological Properties of Nanoparticles and Nanotubes<br/>Ken Donaldson and Vicki Stone<br/>I Introduction 81<br/>2 Environmental Air Pollution Particles 81<br/>2.1 Effects of Environmental Particles 81<br/>2.2 Nanoparticles as the Drivers of Environment<br/>Particle Effects 82<br/>3 Could Cardiovascular Effects of PM be Due to CDNP? 84<br/>4 Is the Environmental Nanoparticle Paradigm<br/>Applicable to Engineered NPs? 86<br/>4.1 The Nature of Newer Manufactured Nanoparticles 86<br/>4.2 Carbon Black and TiO2 86<br/>4.3 Nanoparticles and the Brain 87<br/>4.4 New Engineered NPs and the Cardiovascular<br/>System 87<br/>4.5 Carbon Nanotubes 87<br/>4.6 Fullerenes 89<br/>4.7 Quantum Dots 90<br/>4.8 Other Nanoparticles 90<br/>5 Conclusion 91<br/>References 92<br/>Human Effects of Nanoparticle Exposure<br/>Lang Tran, Rob Aitken, Jon Ayres, Ken Donaldson and Fintan Hurley<br/>1 The Regulatory Issues 102<br/>1.1 Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies per se 102<br/>1.2 Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies in Context of<br/>Dangerous Substances Generally 103<br/>2 Current Issues and Knowledge Gaps 103<br/>2.1 Toxicology of Nanoparticles 104<br/>2.2 NP Characterisation 106<br/>2.3 Epidemiology 107<br/>2.4 Human Challenge Studies 110<br/>3 Discussion: Risk Assessment of Engineered NPs 111<br/>References 113<br/>Nanoparticle Safety - A Perspective from the United States<br/>Andrew D. Maynard<br/>1 Introduction 118<br/>2 The US National Nanotechnology Initiative 119<br/>3 Federal Government Activities in Support of "Safe"<br/>Nanotechnology 120<br/>4 Industry and Other Non-government Activities in<br/>Support of "Safe" Nanotechnology 124<br/>5 Looking to the Future - Ensuring the Development of<br/>"Safe" Nanotechnology 125<br/>References 129
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Nanotechnology
General subdivision Health aspects.
650 #0 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Nanotechnology
General subdivision Environmental aspects.
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Personal name Harrison, Roy M.,
Dates associated with a name 1948-
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Corporate name or jurisdiction name as entry element Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
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