Meretukov, M.A., Tsepin, M.A., Vorob’ev, S.A., and Syrkov, A.G., Klastery, struktury i materially nanorazmera: innovatsionnye i tekhnicheskie perspektivy (Nanosize Clusters, Structures, and Materials: Innovational and Technological Prospects)

Meretukov, M.A., Tsepin, M.A., Vorob’ev, S.A., and Syrkov, A.G., Klastery, struktury i... ISSN 1070-4272. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 5, p. 865. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 5, p. 877. BOOK REVIEWS Meretukov, M.A., Tsepin, M.A., Vorob’ev, S.A., and Syrkov, A.G., Klastery, struktury i materially nanorazmera: innovatsionnye i tekhnicheskie perspektivy (Nanosize Clusters, Structures, and Materials: Innovational and Technological Prospects), Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2005, 128 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206050351 A strong interest in nanostructures composed of Chapter 4 (pp. 54 69) presents evidence about ful- various substances has been expressed in recent 15 lerenes, their structure, properties, synthesis, and pos- 20 years, and quite a number of domestic and trans- sible application areas. Chapter 5 (pp. 70 87) con- lated monographs of varied scientific level on nano- tinues with this subject and presents various data on technologies and nanochemistry have been published. carbon nanotubes. On passing to the nanometer range (to objects of size As already noted, the book is made original by less than 10 nm), quite a number of the most impor- Chapters 6 (pp. 88 98), 7 (pp. 99 111), and 8 (pp. tant parameters of substances change fundamentally. 112 125) considering gold-based nanomaterials. The small-volume book by M.A. Meretukov and co- Chapter 6 notes that nanosize particles of gold are authors presents in form understandable for a wide used as biosensors and in chemical catalysis, with an audience of readers modern concepts of high nano- important role assigned to these nanoparticles in the meter technologies, nanoobjects, and areas of their development of new generations of nanosize optical application. The principal feature of the book, which and electronic devices. Gold clusters, specific features distinguishes it from other publication devoted to of their structure, geometrical dimensions, and syn- similar topics, is that gold is chosen as the object thesis methods are described in detail. Of interest is metal illustrating the advances in nanotechnology and the evidence presented in the book (Chapter 7) about new properties of gold are clearly shown for the ex- natural nanosize particles of gold. The development of ample of its nanoparticles. analytical methods using various kinds of microprobes The book comprises an introduction and eight in the last 20 years has revealed in ores invisible gold chapters, with each section provided with its own list localized on the surface and in the bulk of sulfide and of references and recommended literature. The intro- other minerals. The final Chapter 8 is devoted to syn- duction (pp. 6 17) gives a general notion of nano- thesis and application of gold nanostructures. The structured materials and the extent to which nanotech- authors, in particular, note that of special interest nologies are developed and applied in a number of is the possibility of obtaining ordered (regular) struc- countries, including Russia, and discusses prognoses tures that can be deposited in the form of films on of development of nanotechnologies and their poten- specialized substrates, mostly those composed of met- tialities that can be implemented in the nearest five al oxides. Use of gold nanomaterials in electronics, years and in 50 60 years. The concluding part of the as catalysts in chemical industry, and in solution of introduction considers the potentialities of nanotech- certain environmental problems is considered. nologies as applied to some metallurgical processes. Owing to the well-understandable manner of pre- Chapter 1 (pp. 18 29) presents the general con- sentation, the book by Meretukov and co-authors is of cepts concerning the nature of nanostructures, by interest not only to specialists in nanotechnology, but which are understood formations with at least one also to the widest audience of students and teachers at dimension of several nanometers. The authors give higher-school and secondary educational institutions. notion of the tunneling effect and scanning probe The book is very well published and contains a large microscopy. Chapter 2 (pp. 30 43) gives notion of number of illustrative schemes and figures, which physical and chemical methods for production of improves its cognitive value. nanostructured metals. Chapter 3 (pp. 44 53) presents the concepts of clusters and the cluster state of metals. A. G. Morachevskii http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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ISSN 1070-4272. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 5, p. 865. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 5, p. 877. BOOK REVIEWS Meretukov, M.A., Tsepin, M.A., Vorob’ev, S.A., and Syrkov, A.G., Klastery, struktury i materially nanorazmera: innovatsionnye i tekhnicheskie perspektivy (Nanosize Clusters, Structures, and Materials: Innovational and Technological Prospects), Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2005, 128 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206050351 A strong interest in nanostructures composed of Chapter 4 (pp. 54 69) presents evidence about ful- various substances has been expressed in recent 15 lerenes, their structure, properties, synthesis, and pos- 20 years, and quite a number of domestic and trans- sible application areas. Chapter 5 (pp. 70 87) con- lated monographs of varied scientific level on nano- tinues with this subject and presents various data on technologies and nanochemistry have been published. carbon nanotubes. On passing to the nanometer range (to objects of size As already noted, the book is made original by less than 10 nm), quite a number of the most impor- Chapters 6 (pp. 88 98), 7 (pp. 99 111), and 8 (pp. tant parameters of substances change fundamentally. 112 125) considering gold-based nanomaterials. The small-volume book by M.A. Meretukov and co- Chapter 6 notes that nanosize particles of gold are authors presents in form understandable for a wide used as biosensors and in chemical catalysis, with an audience of readers modern concepts of high nano- important role assigned to these nanoparticles in the meter technologies, nanoobjects, and areas of their development of new generations of nanosize optical application. The principal feature of the book, which and electronic devices. Gold clusters, specific features distinguishes it from other publication devoted to of their structure, geometrical dimensions, and syn- similar topics, is that gold is chosen as the object thesis methods are described in detail. Of interest is metal illustrating the advances in nanotechnology and the evidence presented in the book (Chapter 7) about new properties of gold are clearly shown for the ex- natural nanosize particles of gold. The development of ample of its nanoparticles. analytical methods using various kinds of microprobes The book comprises an introduction and eight in the last 20 years has revealed in ores invisible gold chapters, with each section provided with its own list localized on the surface and in the bulk of sulfide and of references and recommended literature. The intro- other minerals. The final Chapter 8 is devoted to syn- duction (pp. 6 17) gives a general notion of nano- thesis and application of gold nanostructures. The structured materials and the extent to which nanotech- authors, in particular, note that of special interest nologies are developed and applied in a number of is the possibility of obtaining ordered (regular) struc- countries, including Russia, and discusses prognoses tures that can be deposited in the form of films on of development of nanotechnologies and their poten- specialized substrates, mostly those composed of met- tialities that can be implemented in the nearest five al oxides. Use of gold nanomaterials in electronics, years and in 50 60 years. The concluding part of the as catalysts in chemical industry, and in solution of introduction considers the potentialities of nanotech- certain environmental problems is considered. nologies as applied to some metallurgical processes. Owing to the well-understandable manner of pre- Chapter 1 (pp. 18 29) presents the general con- sentation, the book by Meretukov and co-authors is of cepts concerning the nature of nanostructures, by interest not only to specialists in nanotechnology, but which are understood formations with at least one also to the widest audience of students and teachers at dimension of several nanometers. The authors give higher-school and secondary educational institutions. notion of the tunneling effect and scanning probe The book is very well published and contains a large microscopy. Chapter 2 (pp. 30 43) gives notion of number of illustrative schemes and figures, which physical and chemical methods for production of improves its cognitive value. nanostructured metals. Chapter 3 (pp. 44 53) presents the concepts of clusters and the cluster state of metals. A. G. Morachevskii

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