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Physical Chemistry of Materials for Nanotechnologies

01TGTKI

A.A. 2018/19

Course Language

English

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Materials Science And Technology - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 36
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Bonelli Barbara Professore Associato CHIM/07 8 0 0 0 1
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
SSD CFU Activities Area context
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2018/19
PERIODO: MAGGIO Dopo una visione dĺinsieme delle proprietÓ chimiche e fisiche del legame e dello stato solido che serve come azzeramento per studenti con diverso background culturale, il Corso parte ad illustrare le pi¨ recenti tecniche di sintesi e caratterizzazione di nano materiali, per poi focalizzarsi su alcune delle loro principali applicazioni in vari campi (dalla bonifica ambientale al rilascio controllato di farmaci). Si tratta di un corso interdisciplinare, tenuto da vari docenti (uno Ŕ un docente esterno), tutti esperti in diversi settori delle nano scienze e delle nanotecnologie, che tengono lezioni basate sui loro principali interessi di ricerca.
PERIOD: MAY The Course starts with an overview of the chemical and physical properties of bonds and of solid state, in order to level students with different cultural background. Afterwards, the most recent techniques for the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials are described; finally, several applications of nanomaterials in many different fields are considered (from groundwater remediation to drug delivery). It is an interdisciplinary course with several teachers (one of them is from the University of Turin), all of them experts in different sectors of nanoscience and nanotechnologies, giving classes based on their main research topics.
Il legame chimico. Materiali nanostrutturati (definizione, tecniche di fabbricazione, principali proprietÓ chimico-fisiche); nanotube (di carbonio e non); nanoparticelle; sistemi nanoporosi. Fondamenti di fisica dello stato solitdo. Equazione di Schr÷dinger, stati elettronici nei solidi. Caratterizzazioni composizionali: XPS, spettroscopie di fotoemissione. Caratterizzazioni strutturali: spettroscopia IR. Caratterizzazioni morfologiche: microscopie TEM e SEM (con EDX). Processi top-down di nano strutturazione: nano litografia (ottica, raggi X, elettronica, ionica, AFM, nano imprinting); crescita di film sottili; etching. Processi bottom-up di nano strutturazione: self-assembling e film di Langmuir-Blodgett. Nanotecnologie per bonifica di falde acquifere. Nanostrutture fotoniche: cristalli fotonici. Effetti di nano materiali ingegnerizzati sulla salute umana. ProprietÓ meccaniche dei nano compositi. Nanomagneti. Rilascio controllato di farmaci da nanostrutture. Sensori per la biodiagnostica (cellulare, genomica, proteomica): funzionalizzazione chimica e biochimica di superfici.
Overview of the chemical bond. Nanostructured materials (definition, techniques of making, basic physico-chemical properties): nanotubes (both carbon-based and not), nanoparticles, nanoporous systems. Basics of solid state physics: Schr÷dinger equation, electronic states in solids. Compositional characterizations: XPS, photoemission spectroscopies. Structural characterizations: IR spectroscopy. Morphological characterizations: TEM and SEM microscopies (including EDX). Top-down nano-structuration processes: nanolithography (optical, X rays, electronic, ionic, AFM, nanoimprinting); thin film growth; etching. Bottom-up nano-structuration processes: self assembling and Langmuir-Blodgett films. Nanotechnologies for groundwater remediation. Photonic nanostructures: photonic crystals Photonic nanostructures: photonic crystals. Health effects of engineered nanomaterials. Mechanical properties of nanocomposites. Nanomagnets. Drug delivery from nanostructures. Sensors for bio-diagnostics (cellular, genomic, proteomic): chemical and biochemical surface functionalization.
Classes will be given in English in Room 2F of the DISAT Department (DISAT Entrance number 2, ground floor) Overview of the chemical bond Nanostructured materials (definition, techniques of making, basic physico-chemical properties): nanotubes (both carbon-based and not), nanoparticles, nanoporous systems. Bonelli, Barbara 15/05 14.00-16.00 16/05 14.00-16.00 Basics of solid state physics: Schrodinger equation, electronic states in solids, quantum confinement Ricciardi, Carlo 17/05 14.00-16.00 22/05 14.00-16.00 Structural characterizations: IR spectroscopy Fiorilli, Sonia 23/05 14.00-16.00 Morphological characterizations: TEM and SEM microscopies (including EDX). Manzoli, Maela (UniTO) 24/05 14.00-17.00 Mechanical properties of inorganic nanocomposites Palmero, Paola 29/05 14.00-16.00 Top-down nano-structuration processes: clean room; thin film growth (PVD and CVD); nanolithography (optical, electronic, ionic, SPM); etching (wet and dry). Giorgis, Fabrizio 30/05 14.00-17.00 Compositional characterizations: XPS, photoemission spectroscopies. Castellino, Micaela 31/05 14.00-16.00 The use of VT-IR technique to characterize gas-solid systems. Bonelli, Barbara 05/06 14.00-16.00 CO2 interaction with nanoporous solids and other nanomaterials for CCS. Bonelli, Barbara 06/06 14.00-16.00 Nanostructured TiO2: synthesis, properties and applications. Bonelli, Barbara 07/06 14.00-16.00 Nanotechnologies for groundwater remediation. Sethi, Rajandrea 12/0614.00-16.00 Photonic nanostructures: photonic crystals. Giorgis, Fabrizio 13/06 14.00-16.00 Sensors for bio-diagnostics (cellular, genomic, proteomic): chemical and biochemical surface functionalization. Rivolo, Paola 14/06 14.00-16.00 Nanocatalysts for water splitting. Armandi, Marco 19/06 14.00-17.00
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