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Nanotechnology and Nano-geoscience

by Dr. J. Saravanavel Cers, Bdu
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6 Year Integrated M. Tech. Geotechnology and Geoinformatics e-Learning Material PAPER CODE: MTIGT1001 NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOGEOSCIENCE Dr. J. SARAVANAVEL Assistant Professor Centre for Remote Sensing Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli- 620023 Email: drsaraj@gmail.com e-learning Material – Nanotechnology and Nanogeoscience Dr.J.Saravanavel, Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 1
MTIGT1001:NANOTECHNOLOGY - 4 Credits 1. Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanogeoscience: 12hrs Introduction to Nanotechnology - Consequences of the nanoscale for technology and society, Introduction to Nanogeoscience. 2. Nanoremote Sensing 12hrs Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and its application in Geotechnology – Ultraspectral Remote Sensing and its significance in Geotechnology. 3. Nanocrystals, Nanominerals, Nanofossils and Nanostructures 16hrs Nanocrystals, types, genesis and significance – Nanominerals, origin, mode of occurrence and its significance – Microscope based nanostructures and their significance in structure and tectonic mapping – Field based nanostructures and their significance in structure and tectonic studies Nanomagnetic particles and deduction of ancient magnetic fields and their application in regional tectonics. 4. Nanotechnology in mineral, water and hydrocarbon exploration 12hrs Nanotechnology in mineral exploration – Nanotechnology (Isotope) in water resources exploration – Nanofossils in hydrocarbon exploration – Nanotechnology in marine mineral exploration. 5. Nanotechnology in Environmental Geotechnology 12hrs Nanoparticle interactions in Sedimentary systems - Water and mineral interactions on the nanoscale - Nanoterrain features in landslide vulnerability mapping – Nanogeosystem features in seismotectonic and seismic vulnerability mapping– Nanotechnology in water pollution and marine pollution References: 1. Hari Singh Nalwa : Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, EditedVol. American Scientific Publishers, ISBN 1-58883-001-2, March 2004 2. J. F. Banfield and A. Navrotsky : Nanoparticles and the environment: edited Vol . Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry, vol. 44, Mineralogical Society of America and the Geochemical Society, Washington, DC 2001, (ISBN 0-939950-56-1) 3. Lynn E. Foster : Nanotechnology: Science, Innovation, and Opportunity, Published by Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, Pub. Date: December 2005,ISBN-13: 9780131927568 4. Peter Baláz : Mechanochemistry in Nanoscience and Minerals Engineering:, Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 8, 2008)ISBN-10:3540748547, ISBN-13: 978-3540748540 5. K E Drexler : Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing and Computation, Wiley (1992), ISBN 0471575186 e-learning Material – Nanotechnology and Nanogeoscience Dr.J.Saravanavel, Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 2
e-learning Material – Nanotechnology and Nanogeoscience Dr.J.Saravanavel, Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. email: drsaraj@gmail.com NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOGEOSCIENCE e – Learning Material - Unit: 1 Nanoscience will change the nature of almost every humanmade object in the next century. National Science and Technology Council, 2000 3
e-learning Material – Nanotechnology and Nanogeoscience Dr.J.Saravanavel, Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. email: drsaraj@gmail.com On Dec. 29, 1959, at the California Institute of Technology, Nobel Laureate Richard P. Feynman gave a talk at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society that has become one of the twentieth century’s classic science lectures, titled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom” What Is Nanotechnology? (Definition from the NNI) Research and technology development aimed to understand and control matter at dimensions of approximately 1 - 100 nanometer – the nanoscale Ability to understand, create, and use structures, devices and systems that have fundamentally new properties and functions because of their nanoscale structure Nanoarea Electron Diffraction of DW Carbon Nanotube – Zuo, et.al Ability to image, measure, model, and manipulate matter on the nanoscale to exploit those properties and functions Ability to integrate those properties and functions into systems spanning from nanoto macro-scopic scales Source: Clayton Teague, NNI 4 Corral of Fe Atoms – D. Eigler

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