Green Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Bioenergy Applications
1. Edition November 2020
272 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
An authoritative summary of the quest for an environmentally sustainable synthesis process of nanomaterials and their application for environmental sustainability
Green Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Bioenergy Applications is an important guide that provides information on the fabrication of nanomaterial and the application of low cost, green methods. The book also explores the impact on various existing bioenergy approaches. Throughout the book, the contributors--noted experts on the topic--offer a reliable summary of the quest for an environmentally sustainable synthesis process of nanomaterials and their application to the field of environmental sustainability.
The green synthesis of nanoparticles process has been widely accepted as a promising technique that can be applied to a variety of fields. The green nanotechnology-based production processes to fabricate nanomaterials operates under green conditions without the intervention of toxic chemicals. The book's exploration of more reliable and sustainable processes for the synthesis of nanomaterials, can lead to the commercial application of the economically viability of low-cost biofuels production. This important book:
* Summarizes the quest for an environmentally sustainable synthesis process of nanomaterials for their application to the field of environmental sustainability
* Offers an alternate, sustainable green energy approach that can be commercially implemented worldwide
* Covers recent approaches such as fabrication of nanomaterial that apply low cost, green methods and examines its impact on various existing bioenergy applications
Written for researchers, academics and students of nanotechnology, nanosciences, bioenergy, material science, environmental sciences, and pollution control, Green Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Bioenergy Applications is a must-have guide that covers green synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials for cost effective bioenergy applications.
Analysis of Various Green Methods to Synthesize Nanomaterial
Application of Plant based Natural Product to Synthesize Nanomaterial
Fabrication of Nanostructure Catalyst using algae
Effect of Fabrication Strategies on Nanomaterial Synthesis
Nanomaterial Synthesis and Mechanism for Enzyme Immobilization
Plant Mediated Synthesis of Nanomaterial; Concept Mechanism
Synthesis of iron oxide Nanomaterial for biofuels application
Effect of Synthesis Method on Nanomaterial Synthesis; Role in Enzyme Stability
Evaluation of Characterization tools for green nanomaterials
Nano-engineered Microbial Cell Factories for Biomass Degradation
Developing nano-particle mediated single cell factories for efficient production of bioethanol
Nanomaterials from Waste Biomass
Green Nanomaterials for Ethanol Production
MANISH SRIVASTAVA, Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, IIT (BHU)Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India.
P. K. MISHRA, Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, IIT (BHU) Varanasi, India.
VIJAI KUMAR GUPTA, Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia.