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Single Particle Nanocatalysis

Fundamentals and Applications

Xu, Weilin / Zhang, Yuwei / Chen, Tao

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1. Auflage April 2019
304 Seiten, Hardcover
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Introduces the detailed basis and recent development of single molecule/particle nanocatalysis based on single molecule techniques

This unique book introduces and summarizes the recent development of single molecule/particle nanocatalysis to provide both comprehensive coverage of fundamentals for different methods now in widespread use and the extensive applications in different catalytic systems. Chapters are mainly based on different detection methods, including single molecule fluorescence microscopy, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, X-ray microscopy, and surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy. The book also includes numerous basic principles of different methods and application examples and features illustrations that help clarify presentations.

Single Particle Nanocatalysis: Fundamentals and Applications starts with the history and development of single molecule techniques for nanocatalysis. It then shows readers how single molecule fluorescence microscopy (SMFM) reveals catalytic kinetics and dynamics of individual nanocatalysts. Next, it examines traditional SMFM-based single molecule nanocatalysis without super-resolution (SR) imaging, before moving on to the topic of SMFM-based SR imaging in single molecule nanocatalysis. Following chapters cover scanning electrochemical microscopy for single particle nanocatalysis; surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy for single particle nanocatalysis/reactions; X-ray-based microscopy of single-particle nanocatalysis; and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy for single particle nanocatalysis. The book finishes by introducing some less-practiced techniques for single particle nanocatalysis/electrochemistry.

-Presents a systematical and complete introduction to the subject of single particle nanocatalysis?covering all of its fundamentals and applications
-Helps readers fully understand the basis, role, and recent development of single molecule nanocatalysis
-Teaches researchers how to gain new knowledge to successfully conduct their own studies within this rapidly increasing new area of research

Single Particle Nanocatalysis: Fundamentals and Applications is an excellent reference book for experts in this area as well as for general researchers who want to learn how to study nanocatalysis at single molecule/particle level.

Preface
Chapter 1. The history/development of single-particle nanocatalysis
Chapter 2. Single-molecule nanocatalysis reveals catalytic kinetics and thermodynamics of individual nanocatalysts
Chapter 3. The combination of traditional SMFM with othertechniques for single-molecule/particle nanocatalysis
Chapter 4. Optical Super-Resolution Imaging in Single-Molecule Nanocatalysis
Chapter 5. Scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) for single-particle nanocatalysis
Chapter 6. Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy for single-particle nanocatalysis/reaction
Chapter 7. X-ray based microscopy of single-particle nanocatalysis
Chapter 8. Vibrational spectroscopy for single-particle and nanoscale catalysis
Chapter 9. Other techniques for single particle nanocatalysis/electrochemistry

Weilin Xu is a Professor at Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He received his B.Sc and PhD from Jilin University, and Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, respectively. He did postdoc research at Cornell University, UC Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, respectively. Professor Xu was selected as a member of "One Hundred Talented Program" of Chinese Academy of Science and "The Recruitment Program of Global Youth Experts" of China in 2012. He currently focuses on energy-related basic (at single-molecule level) and practical (based on cheap and sustainable materials) study.
Yuwei Zhang is an associate Professor at Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She received her B.Sc in 2006 and PhD in 2011 from Northeast Normal University, and Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, respectively. Her research is currently focused on single molecule nanocatalysis.
Tao Chen has obtained his B.Sc in 2012 from the University of Liaoning. He then obtained his PhD in 2016 from Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. During his PhD he studied the nanocatalysis at single-molecule/ single-particle level based on single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy.

W. Xu, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, China; Y. Zhang, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, China; T. Chen, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, China