New Issue | Current Nanoscience; Volume 16 Issue 1



Current Nanoscience publishes (a) Authoritative/Mini Reviews, and (b) Original Research and Highlights written by experts covering the most recent advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology. All aspects of the field are represented including nano-structures, nano-bubbles, nano-droplets and nanofluids. Applications of nanoscience in physics, material science, chemistry, synthesis, environmental science, electronics, biomedical nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, medicine and pharmaceuticals are also covered. The journal is essential to all researches involved in nanoscience and its applied and fundamental areas of science, chemistry, physics, material science, engineering and medicine.

Current Nanoscience also welcomes submissions on the following topics of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology:

  • Nanoelectronics and photonics
  • Advanced Nanomaterials
  • Nanofabrication and measurement
  • Nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine
  • Nanotechnology for energy
  • Sensors and actuator
  • Computational nanoscience and technology

Articles from the journal: Current Nanoscience; Volume 16 Issue 1




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Free chapters of the eBook ‘Theories and Theorems’


Theories and Theorems (Common Theories and Laws of Physics Explained)
Mita Thakur

The eBook covers important laws, theories and theorems which are very important to know: what is the world, where and how we live, what was the past and what will be future? The content is very similar to the book “Elementary Particles and the Laws of Physics” by Richard Phillips Feynman, and Steven Weinberg, It might also remind us of our knowledge of physics. However, what’s special about this eBook is that she introduces along the way all the concepts that are needed for general readers with interest in physics. The eBook is really an interesting addition to the vast collection of knowledge and because of its approach towards the general reader; this eBook is quite an achievement. It can be useful for teenagers, and those who have many questions; because there is a gap in the physics books between high school level and the graduate level Physics students – this eBook can bridge the gap. However, if you think that this eBook will bring them up to the level of a person having a physics degree, you got it wrong. It’s a long way to a deep knowledge of important theories and there are no shortcuts for it. Thakur’s eBook, and the ones that will probably follow, however might be the shortest route, to understand the reality of physics.

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New eBook on Open Quantum Physics

9781608059867-coverOpen Quantum Physics and Environmental Heat Conversion into Usable Energy


Eliade Stefanescu

A Quantum system can be viewed as a larger closed system comprising of two components: an open quantum system and its surrounding environment. These two components interact with each other, and in the realm of theoretical physics, this interaction cannot be neglected. This eBook explains mathematical and statistical concepts essential for describing a realistic quantum system by presenting recent contributions in this field. The book commences by explaining of the basics of quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and physics of open quantum systems. Detailed methods of deriving theoretical equations with explicit analytical coefficients with respect to open quantum systems are also explained. The book concludes with the study of a quantum heat converter in the framework of an all-microscopic theory involving fermions, photons, and phonons.

Readers of this book will gain a better understanding on the following topics:

  • Quantum mechanics including the Boson and Fermion states, Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein statistics, spin-statistics relation, many-body systems of Bosons and Fermions, the Fermi-Dirac integrals of the Fermion state densities, and transport phenomena in semiconductors

  • Dissipative dynamics and quantum systems such as friction, diffusion, friction-diffusion relation, mobility, occupation probability dynamics, damping, spectral width, correlation and autocorrelation, memory, stability, bifurcation, self-organization, and chaos

  • Lindblad’s theory of open quantum systems through the work of Alicki and Lendi

  • Quantum tunneling as an interaction with a system.

  • Optical bistability, including the fundamental contributions of Carmichael, McCall, and Bonifacio.

  • Master equations based on the microscopic theory of Ford, Lewis, and O’Connell.

  • Field propagation in a semiconductor structure

  • Coherent light propagation in the framework of a microscopic model including the refractive index and the Raman frequency shift.

  • Heat conversion in the framework of an all-microscopic model of open queantum systems

  • Entropy dynamics in a matter field system.

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