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Nanopackaging: Nanotechnologies and Electronics Packaging presents a comprehensive overview of nanoscale electronics and systems packaging, and. This book presents a comprehensive overview of nanoscale electronics and systems packaging, and covers nanoscale structures, nanoelectronics packaging .
This book presents a comprehensive overview of nanoscale electronics and systems packaging, and covers nanoscale structures, nanoelectronics packaging, nanowire applications in packaging, and offers a roadmap for future trends. Composite materials are studied for high-k dielectrics, resistors and inductors, electrically conductive adhesives, conductive "inks," underfill fillers, and solder enhancement.
The book is intended for industrial and academic researchers, industrial electronics packaging engineers who need to keep abreast of progress in their field, and others with interests in nanotechnology.
It surveys the application of nanotechnologies to electronics packaging, as represented by current research across the field. Passar bra ihop. The food and agricultural industry are investing billions of dollars into nanotechnology research, and currently there are several nano food products in the market.
Nanotechnology can be used in plastic food packaging to make it stronger, lighter and perform better. Antimicrobials such as nanoparticles of silver or titanium dioxide can be used in packaging to prevent spoilage of foods.
Another addition is the introduction of nanoparticles of clay into packaging to block oxygen, carbon dioxide, moisture from reaching the food, and also aids in preventing spoilage. These particles offer an excellent combination of properties, which include high strengths and toughness, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, and resistance to cracking.
Nanoclay makes the plastic lighter, stronger and more heat resistant. Durethen film material combines the advantages of polyamide 6 and Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol EVOH , and produces an inexpensive but still very airtight packaging material.
The embedded nanoparticles prevent gases from penetrating the film, and keep the moisture intact. An example is bottles made with nanocomposites, which minimise the leakage of carbon dioxide out of the bottle. Another example is food service bins made out of silver nanoparticles embedded in the plastics.
The silver nanoparticles kill bacteria from any food previously stored in the bins, which minimises harmful bacteria. Other food packaging products currently under development are nanosensors, these sensors are being added in plastic packaging to detect gases given off by food when it spoils and the packaging itself changes colour to alert you that the food in the package has gone bad.
This technique of packaging is used in various types and categories for different products as per the requirements. Some of them are:.