Written with both postgraduate students and researchers in academia and industry in mind, this reference covers the chemistry behind metal nanopowders, including production, characterization, oxidation and combustion. The contributions from renowned international scientists working in the field detail applications in technologies, scale-up processes and safety aspects surrounding their handling and storage. Prof. Dr. A. A. Gromov was in 2011-2013 a professor at the Aerospace Engineering Department at Milan Polytechnic University (Polimi), Italy and recently obtained Humboldt grant for the experienced researcher and moved to Nuernberg Institute of Technology, Germany. Having obtained his academic degrees from Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU, Russia), he spent most of his career working for TPU, KIT (Karlsruhe, Germany), Fraunhofer ICT (Pfinztal, Germany), Uni PoliMi (Milano, Italy), Uni OU (Ulsan, South Korea) before taking up his present position. Professor Gromov has authored over 150 scientific publications and several books and has received numerous Russian scientific awards, including the Russian Academy of Science Medal in 2009. He is also a reviewer for numerous scientific journals in the field of material science and a participant in several FP7 and other projects. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Teipel, Georg-Simon-Ohm University Nuremberg. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Applied Science of Münster, Germany and from 1983 to 1990 Chemical Engineering and Fluid Mechanics at the Technical University (RWTH) of Aachen, Germany. In 1991 he worked as a Research Scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), as Leader of the research group Particle Technology and Deputy Head of the department Energetic Materials. Since 2004 he is a Professor of Particle Technology, Mechanical Process Engineering and Fluidmechanics at the University of Applied Science Nuremberg, Germany and since 2009 Vice Dean of Faculty of Chemical Engineering. His research focuses on Particle Technology: Grinding and Classification, Crystallization, Mineral Processing, Nanoparticles and Filtration, Rheology of disperse systems, Interaction between particles and fluid phases or solids. Prof Teipel is a Member of the German Society of Crystallization and Communition and Classification, Head of German working group Particles: Properties and the interaction with Products at the European Environmental Engineering Society and Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Bulk Solids, of the Journal of Aerospace and Technology and Management and of the Journal Chemical Engineering Technology. 2006 he received an Award from the German Society of Engineering (VDI).
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